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Law And Windsor To Be Recognized On Chenango’s Heritage “Wall Of Honor”

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This article originally appeared on the Chenango County Historical Society website.

Beginning at 3:30 p.m. on June 19, the Chenango County Historical Society (CCCH) will host several commemorative programs in celebration of Path Through History weekend, including an exhibit opening featuring the history of the David Maydole Hammer Factory, as well as the annual presentation of the Elinor Troicke Memorial Scholarship. Rounding out the festivities, CCHS will honor the latest additions to Chenango’s Heritage “Wall of Honor.” Donald “Don” Windsor and Delmar “Del” Law will be recognized during a brief ceremony, during which their names will officially be added to “Wall of Honor” plaque.

Law has been a dedicated citizen and family man his entire life. Originally from South Otselic, he attended Cornell University and served in the U.S. Army before finding employment at Procter & Gamble (previously the Norwich Pharmacal Company) for 36 years, eventually becoming the director of purchasing. In 1958, he married Betty Mae Law: the couple has four children, six grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren. Law has held a number of leadership positions, including board president and vice president at CCHS, board member at the Earlville Opera House, member of the Board of Education for Sherburne-Earlville Central, and board president of Otselic Valley Central’s Lillian Thompson Scholarship Fund. Law enjoys a number of hobbies, including hunting, bowling, golfing, and fishing. Read more...