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The Family Tree - April/May 2004
Clan Campbell Society (North America)


The Clan Campbell Society (North America) announced its annual awards for 2003 at their 30th Anniversary Annual General Meeting in Charleston, SC.

Clyde “Bill” Campbell Region 6 Commissioner (AL, AK, KY, LA, MS and TN) of Sheffield, AL was awarded the President’s Award for Distinguished Service for his over 25 years of service and leadership to the Clan Campbell Society North America. Clyde Bill has been a State Commissioner, Region Commissioner, Trustee, Vice-President, President and Region 6 Commissioner again. Clyde Bill was responsible for expanding the Clan Campbell Society (USA) to the Clan Campbell Society (North America) to include our Campbell kinsmen to the north in Canada in the early 1990’s. While at the 2003 AGM, Clyde Bill was elected a Trustee to the Clan Campbell Education Foundation Board of Directors. “Clyde Bill embodies the very spirit of the Clan Campbell Society and the best of what it represents.” said C.C.S.N.A. President Ed Cattell, Jr.

Randy Seale of Daphne, AL was selected as the Clan Campbell Society (North America) 2003 Clansman of the Year. Randy is Deputy Commissioner for Alabama, a member of the Finance Committee and the Internet and Technology Committee. Randy was recognized for his work with Membership Information Services and Financial Management for the Clan Campbell Society (North America). “Randy has truly revolutionized the distribution of data to our Officers, Trustees and Commissioners”, said C.C.S.N.A. President Edward V. Cattell, Jr. “He invented new ways to assemble and analyze the information to make it more understandable and meaningful while pulling and pushing us into the Information Technology Age.” “Most recently, Randy implemented Internet voting for the C.C.S.N.A. annual elections, which not only cut election costs in half, but increased the number of voters by 25%. Randy's work makes our Society's mission of service to our members possible." Mr. Cattell concluded.

Ann Jackson, Region 4 Commissioner (NC, SC and GA) of Archdale, NC was awarded the Vice President’s Commissioner of the Year Award. Ann has been a State Commissioner and Regional Commissioner. Ann was the first to become a life member of the Society in 2002. Upon appointment as Region 4 Commissioner she reorganized the region assuring a constant Scottish representation throughout the region. Ann is a Dame in the Sovereign Military Order of the Temple of Jerusalem, and is a tireless worker who along with her husband Junny founded the Triad Highland Games. “Ann leads by example and has an infectious attitude which makes all who come in contact with her want to work and excel at any given task,” said C.C.S.N.A. Vice President, Walter J. Campbell.

The Clan Campbell Society (North America) is both proud and honored to count these outstanding individuals as kinsmen. Ne Obliviscaris.

Information and membership applications for the Clan Campbell Society (North America) may be obtained from any C.C.S.N.A. Commissioner, Clan Campbell Society (North America) tents located at Highland Games or Celtic Festivals throughout North America, the Membership Chairwoman, 5349 West Point Av., Glendale, AZ 85308 or by going online at www.ccsna.org.


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