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On the last day of our Black History Month celebration, Shareholder Art Bayern honors Clarence “Reggie” Williams
He was and still is a leader in San Antonio, having become President of the Downtown Rotary Club (which at the time was the largest Rotary Club in the U.S.) and then was the District Governor. He has led by example and is a wonderful person and leader in the Black community and beyond.
Attorney Moulton Dowler describes why Elwood Clay, of our San Antonio office building, means so much to everyone at L&B
With respect during Black History Month, I wish to acknowledge Elwood Clay as a person who profoundly and positively influences all of those who are fortunate enough to interact with him.
Office cheerleader and legal secretary Teresa Rodriguez shares her memories of the phenomenal teacher Mr. Lewis
Mr. Lewis was a great educator, but also a great influence in demonstrating good ethics and moral values. He taught his students responsibility, respect, and discipline.
Daniel Molina, accounting professional, writes a beautiful tribute to poet Langston Hughes
In “Let America Be America Again” he expressed hope that the disadvantaged’s unrealized dreams could come true.
President Barack Obama is today’s Black History Month honoree, nominated by legal secretary, Rachel Salinas
His biggest accomplishment, in my opinion, was how he made it his priority to destroy Osama Bin Laden and Yemeni Al-Qaeda in order to eliminate further attacks on the United States.
Steve Browne honors Percy Lavon Julian, a Black scientist whose work with steroids has a lasting personal impact
Percy Lavon Julian is a black scientist who was instrumental in learning how to produce steroids in the lab from plant compounds into steroid medications, progesterone, and compounds that help people with glaucoma and prevent blindness.