Award for Distinguished Public Service

Award for Distinguished Public Service 2017-01-26T18:00:45+00:00

The United States Conference of Mayors Award for Distinguished Public Service was established by the Executive Committee of the Conference to honor individuals for “outstanding and meritorious public service” to the nation’s cities. It is the highest award given by The United States Conference of Mayors. Following are recipients of the award:

  • General George C. Marshall
  • Mayor David Lawrence of Pittsburgh
  • Mayor Richard J. Daley of Chicago
  • Mayor Jerry Abramson of Louisville
  • Mayor Richard C. Lee of New Haven
  • Mayor Art Holland of Trenton
  • Senator Hubert H. Humphrey
  • Lawrence Spivak, founder and producer of NBC’s Meet the Press
  • John J. Gunther, former Executive Director of USCM
  • President William Jefferson Clinton
  • Mayor Victor Ashe of Knoxville
  • Mayor Wellington E. Webb of Denver
  • Mayor Douglas H. Palmer of Trenton
  • Mayor Richard M. Daley of Chicago