Robert L. Stevenson Honored at Medaille’s Founders’ Day Celebration
Robert L. Stevenson, president and CEO of Eastman Machine Company and a member of the Medaille College Board of Trustees, was honored at Medaille’s Founders’ Day Celebration 2015 on May 21. Stevenson was recognized as the third member of Medaille’s Heritage Council, which honors those who have demonstrated exemplary service and support to further the College’s mission.
Board chair Charles E. Moran, Jr. thanked Stevenson for his two decades of service to the College. In his introduction, Moran said Stevenson “serves as an example to the greater community of the College’s commitment to service and has been instrumental in the growth and development of Medaille and forwarding our mission.”
Stevenson, a graduate of Yale University, is the fourth generation of his family to head Eastman Machine Company. In addition to his career at Eastman, he is chair of the World Trade Center of Buffalo and chair of Child & Family Services Foundation. He has served on the boards of directors and trustees of numerous local and national nonprofit organizations, including the United Way of Buffalo, InSyte Consulting and the New York Federal Reserve Advisory Board.
Founders’ Day is Medaille’s premier annual fundraising event. Funds raised are used for scholarships that improve academic opportunities for young Western New Yorkers.
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