This award, established in 1972, is given by the U.S.
Chapter of the IARF to the individual or individuals who
have contributed the most to advancing the work of the
IARF, with particular attention to deepening the relations
and increasing the level of understanding among
people from diverse religious backgrounds around the
world. For more information, contact Rev. Doris Hunter,
14 Concord Avenue, Cambridge, MA 02138-2364.
2007: Susan Caravello
2006: Orlanda Brugnola
2005: Olivia Holmes
2004: Koichi Barrish
2003: Kenneth T. MacLean
2002: Peter Tufts Richardson
2001: Sue Nichols
2000: Richard Kellaway
1999: Spencer Lavan
1998: Elise Cade
1997: Abhi Prakash and Latlitha Janamanchi
1996: Natalie Gulbrandsen
1995: Polly Guild
1994: Katsuji Suzuki
1993: Homer A. Jack
1992: O. Eugene and Helen Pickett
1991: Diether and Dorle Gehrmann
1990: Shinichiro Iamaoka
1989: George M. Williams
1988: Frank Robertson
1987: Doris A. Hunter
1986: George N. Marshall
1985: Dana McLean Greeley
1984: Max D. Gaebler
1983: Vilma S. Harrington
1982: Phillip and Margaret Hewett
1981: Richard F. Boeke
1980: Carolyn Howlett
1979: No award
1978: No award
1977: Homer A. Jack
1976: James Luther Adams
1975: Malcolm R. Sutherland, Jr. and Meadville/
Lombard Theological School
1974: Max Kapp
1973: Dana Klotzle (posthumously)
1972: Donald S. Harrington and the Community
Church of New York
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Last updated on Thursday, September 8, 2011.
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