Past Presidents of The Tournament of Roses Association - Presidents of The Tournament of Roses Association

Presidents of The Tournament of Roses Association

  • 1889 - 1890: Edward R. Murrow
  • 1890 - 1891: Dr. Charles F. Holder
  • 1891 - 1892: B. Marshall Wotkyns
  • 1892 & 1893: Frank C. Bolt
  • 1894 & 1895: Charles Daggett
  • 1896 & 1897: Edwin Stearns
  • 1898 & 1899: Martin H. Weight
  • 1899-1900: Herman Hertel
  • 1900-01: F.B. Weatherby
  • 1901-02: James B. Wagner
  • 1902-03: Charles Coleman
  • 1904 & 1905: Charles Daggett
  • 1905-06: Edwin D. Neff
  • 1906-07: Edward T. Off
  • 1908 - 1910: George P. Cary
  • 1910-11: Frank G. Hogan
  • 1912 & 1913: Edward T. Off
  • 1913-14: R.D. Davis
  • 1914-15: John B. Coulston
  • 1915-16: Lewis H. Turner
  • 1916-17: D.M. Linnard
  • 1918 & 1919: B.O. Kendall
  • 1920 & 1921: William L. Leishman
  • 1922 & 1923: John J. Mitchell
  • 1924 & 1925: W.F. Creller
  • 1926 - 1928: Harry M. Ticknor
  • 1928-29: Leslie B. Henry
  • 1930 & 1931: C. Hal Reynolds
  • 1932 & 1933: D.E. McDaneld
  • 1933-34: George S. Campbell
  • 1934-35: Charles Cobb (Deceased 10/14/34)
  • 1935 & 1936: C. Elmer Anderson
  • 1936-37: Cyril Bennett
  • 1937-38: George S. Campbell
  • 1938-39: Lathrop K. Leishman
  • 1939-40: Harlan G. Loud
  • 1940-41: J.W. McCall, Jr.
  • 1941-42: Robert M. McCurdy
  • 1942-43: James K. Ingham
  • 1943-44: Frank M. Brooks
  • 1944-45: Max H. Turner
  • 1945-46: Charles A. Strutt
  • 1946-47: William P. Welsh
  • 1947-48: Louis R. Vinceti
  • 1948-49: Harold C. Schaffer
  • 1949-50: Drummond J. McCunn
  • 1950-51: L. Clifford Kenworthy
  • 1951-52: Leon Kingsley
  • 1952-53: William H. Nicholas
  • 1953-54: Harry W. Hurrry
  • 1954-55: Elmer M. Wilson
  • 1955-56: Dr. Alfred L. Gerrie
  • 1956-57: John S. Davidson
  • 1957-58: John H. Biggar, Jr.
  • 1958-59: Stanley K. Brown
  • 1959-60: Raymond A. Dorn
  • 1960-61: Arthur W. Althouse
  • 1961-62: H. Burton Noble
  • 1962-63: Stanley L. Hahn
  • 1963-64: Hilles M. Bedell
  • 1964-65: Walter Hoefflin
  • 1965-66: J. Randolph Richards
  • 1966-67: Henry Kearns
  • 1967-68: H.W. Bragg
  • 1968-69: Gleeson L. Payne
  • 1969-70: C. Lewis Edwards
  • 1970-71: A. Lewis Shingler
  • 1971-72: John J. Cabot (Deceased 1/21/71)
  • 1971-72: Virgil J. White
  • 1972-73: Otis H. Blasingham
  • 1973-74: Edward Wilson
  • 1974-75: Carl H. Hoelscher (Deceased 3/24/74)
  • 1974-75: Paul G. Bryan
  • 1975-76: Ralph S. Helpbringer
  • 1976-77: Carl E. Wopschall
  • 1977-78: Harrison R. Baker, Jr.
  • 1978-79: Arthur D. Welsh
  • 1979-80: Frank Hardcastle
  • 1980-81: Millard Davidson
  • 1981-82: Harold E. Coombes, Jr.
  • 1982-83: Thornton H. Hamlin, Jr.
  • 1983-84: Donald Judson
  • 1984-85: James B. Boyle, Jr.
  • 1985-86: Frederick D. Johnson, Jr.
  • 1986-87: Fred W. Soldwedel
  • 1987-88: Harriman L. Cronk
  • 1988-89: John H. Biggar III
  • 1989-90: Don W. Fedde
  • 1990-91: Roy L. Coats
  • 1991-92: Robert L. Cheney
  • 1992-93: Gary K. Hayward
  • 1993-94: Delmer D. Beckhart (deceased 6/20/93)
  • 1994 & 1995: Michael E. Ward
  • 1995-96: W.H. Griest Jr.
  • 1996-97: William S. Johnstone Jr.
  • 1997-98: Gareth A. Dorn
  • 1998-99: Dick E. Ratliff
  • 1999-2000: Kenneth H. Burrows
  • 2000-01: Lorne J. Brown
  • 2001-02: Ronald A. Okum
  • 2002-03: Gary Thomas
  • 2003-04: Michael K. Riffey
  • 2004-05: Dave Davis
  • 2005-06: Libby Evans Wright
  • 2006-07: Paul Holman
  • 2007-08: CL Keedy
  • 2008-09: Ronald (Corky) H. Conzonire
  • 2009-10: Gary J. DiSano (Deceased 9/20/2009)
  • 2010-11: Jeffrey Throop
  • 2011-12: Rick Jackson
  • 2012-13: Sally Bixby
  • 2013-14: R. Scott Jenkins

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