Historical Society honors Silent Servants

October 3, 2012 • Local News

From left, Ron Malone, Bobbi Alcorn and Richard Kraft were honored as Silent Servants by The Historical Society and Foundation for Southwest New Mexico, Tuesday evening. (Mark Wilson Photo)

The Historical Society and Foundation for Southeast New Mexico honored three Silent Servants for their contributions to the community during the 31st annual Heritage Award Dinner, Tuesday, at the Civic Center.

Recognized for their dedicated service to youth in Roswell and the surrounding area, the honorees were longtime dance instructor Bobbi Alcorn, Assurance Home director Ron Malone and Leadership Roswell executive director Rick Kraft.

Historical Society administrative director Roger Burnett said the Society’s board of directors could not have chosen three better individuals to honor for their service to the community.

“We call them Silent Servants because they are silent, they go about their job without making a big deal about it,” Burnett said. “They were chosen for what they’ve done in the community, and basically, one of the things was that they haven’t had a lot of recognition. So it’s a good feeling to have the opportunity to recognize these Login to read more

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