Throughout his professional career, Jeffrey Klein was active in the leadership of the not-for-profit community in New York City. As a member of the Association’s Board of Governors, he was especially supportive of the Public Service Award program. In fact, the awards are named after “Isaac Liberman” – Mr. Klein’s grandfather who founded the Association in 1927 as the then-president of the Arnold Constable Store incorporated in Brooklyn in 1824. He served as the president of the Bertha and Isaac Liberman Foundation. more »
To All the Great People at The Hundred Year Association:
I’m writing to thank you all so much for considering me worthy of receiving a scholarship the past three years, and especially to thank you for naming me Keyspan’s Charles E. Inniss College Scholar this year. You can’t even begin to imagine how shocked and humbled I was when I sat down in my seat at the awards ceremony, opened up my program, and saw my name listed with that award. It’s not the money that is the meaningful part of the award–though, with four years at NYU behind me and three years of law school at Harvard ahead, it certainly doesn’t hurt–but rather the realization that there are people out there who were able to look at me objectively and say, “Here is someone we want to help succeed. Here is someone who seems as though he will be able to do something great for the world.” more »
Fred, the President and CEO of HWT Mali & Co. was a longtime supporter of the Hundred Year Association. He passed away peacefully at home surrounded by his family and friends Thursday, February 1st. He is survived by Lucretia, his wife of 30 years. Lucretia is a member of the Association’s Board of Governors and Awards Committee. more »
On Friday evening, November 10th 2006, The Hundred Year Association of New York hosted its 80th birthday party by throwing a “Roaring Twenties Casino Night” at The Union League Club (1863).
Second Golf Classic an Unqualified Success – Police Commissioner Raymond W. Kelly Awarded Gold MedalThe 100 Year Report : June 19, 2006 12:35 pm : Association News, Events
The Association’s 2006 Annual Golf & Tennis Classic was held on Monday, June 19th at The Creek in Locust Valley, Long Island, New York. A full day on the magnificent course – roundly considered one of the best in the northeast, if not the world – was capped with a reception honoring Police Commissioner Ray Kelly, recipient of the Association’s 2006 Gold Medal.
The Association held its annual Members and Governors meetings February 22nd. Chairman Richard A. Cook called the meeting to order and thanked Steve Amiaga, president of The General Society of Mechanics and Tradesmen of New York (1785) for hosting.