Two Bronxville Residents to Receive Concordia's President's Award

Sarah Mollman and Robert S. Underhill of Bronxville have been chosen to be honored later this year with Concordia's 2012 President's Award for service to Education.


Bronxville residents Sarah Mollman and Robert S. Underhill have been selected as recipients of ’s 2012 President’s Award for Excellence in Educational Service to the Community.

Concordia invites the community to join in honoring them at the 31st Annual Community Dinner on Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2012.

Bob and Sarah have served as volunteers and board members for some of the most important organizations in our community and their tireless dedication to education, is exemplified in their service to The Bronxville School, Sarah Lawrence College, The Taft School, Williams College, Princeton Theological Seminary, and our own Concordia College”, said Viji George, President of Concordia. 

“Sarah has lent her considerable talents and expertise to the OSilas Gallery, serving as Director of Programs and Community Relations, curating several exhibitions and continuing today as a trusted advisor on our Gallery Board," he continued.

Mollman and Underhill are deeply rooted in Bronxville - Underhill's great-great grandmother was Sarah Lawrence and he spent his childhood visiting relatives in Bronxville, and Mollman, a graduate of the Bronxville School, moved to Bronxville when she was seven years old.  

They met and were married in Bronxville, and returned to Bronxville in 1993 to raise their own two children, Molly and Sam. Molly graduated from, and Sam is a junior at the Taft School.

Josh Semendoff June 29, 2012 at 11:46 AM
Very cool the lineage Robert has in the village!


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