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29 June 2009

Henry C. Moses Building Dedicated

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On 29 May 2009, the 115 Building was renamed the Henry C. Moses Building in honor of Trinity School’s twenty-seventh head of school, Dr. Henry C. Moses, who passed away on 16 April 2008. The building dedication was followed by Trinity’s 300th Anniversary Open-School Evening and Birthday Party.

During Dr. Moses’s seventeen-year tenure as headmaster of Trinity School, he helped lead the construction of the building at 115 West 91st Street which now bears his name, increased diversity among faculty, staff, and students, increased the endowment nearly ten-fold, created a new and better statement of mission, increased fund-raising efforts, and left a lasting legacy of excellence at Trinity. He is remembered by the students, alumni, parents, faculty, staff, and many other members of the community at Trinity for his kindness, humor, and unflagging commitment to the School. The Henry C. Moses Building will be a lasting reminder of his life and work.
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