Leroy “Roy” Woodard

By The O.H.A. | September 9, 1985
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Leroy R. Woodard was born April 16, 1903 in Brockton, MA, the first son of Charles F. and Eva (Reynolds) Woodard. He attended Brockton Schools and the Museum of Fine Arts School in Boston, MA. Leroy went to Pinkham Notch in the winter of 1927 and worked at Carter, Lonesome, and Greenleaf. Leroy R. Woodard…

Collis M Hardenbergh

By The O.H.A. | April 23, 1978
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Collis Morgan Hardenbergh died April 23, 1978 at the age of 65. ‘Cog’ was a native of Kansas City, a Harvard graduate and Minneapolis architect. His memorial service was at the Breck School Chapel, which he designed.

Rodney D Woodward

By The O.H.A. | October 29, 1976
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Rodney D Woodward was born on April 18, 1905 in Campello, Brockton, Massachusetts, the son of Charles F., a last manufacturer in the shoe industry where Rodney established a love for wood carving and Eva V. (Reynolds) Woodard. He attended the Brockton schools and joined the Boy Scouts of America in 1917, Troop 4 in…

David Seidman

By The O.H.A. | April 28, 1969
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David Seidman was killed in an avalanche while attempting Mt. Dhaulagiri on April 28, 1969. “David Seidman was a strong climber. He was the strongest member of our 1967 expedition on the evening that we reached the top of the South Face of Mount McKinley. The summit was still several miles away and at first…