Service to AML
The Association for Mormon Letters is a volunteer organization that has gone through more than its share of adversity. After losing much of its leadership due to retirement and a series of minor and major personal and family catastrophes, the Association has been, at times, very precarious. In fact, at some points during the past seven or eight years, dissolution has seemed inevitable. If it hadn’t been for the efforts of Kathleen Dalton-Woodbury, there would be no AML today. At times, Kathleen has singlehandedly carried the organization on, assuming at some time or another the work of a president (though she refused the title), executive secretary, treasurer, webmaster, public relations, mail clerk, list moderator, and many others. Her efforts were doubly heroic because they stayed largely behind the scenes and unrecognized. For her outstanding dedication and lifesaving work, we are proud to present a special award for service to AML to Kathleen Dalton-Woodbury.