1945-01-01 00:00:00

Purple Heart

As Captain in the Army Field Artillery in World War II, Henry T. Segerstrom was awarded the Purple Heart for injuries sustained at the Battle of the Bulge

1971-01-01 00:00:00

Outstanding Citizen Award

Orange Coast College Outstanding Citizen Award

1971-06-05 13:58:34

Hall of Fame Inductee

U.S. Army Artillery School

1971-06-11 13:58:34

Citizen of the Year

Awarded by Coast Community College. Segerstrom was honored for his civic work and contributions to both and and public education.

1974-02-23 00:00:00

Fifth Heart Award

A salute to the Segerstrom Family, the Costa Mesa Chamber of Commerce presented the Heart Award, its highest accolade, to the Segerstrom' Family's distinguished history that included an interest in every facet of community life since the turn of the century.

1977-05-18 00:00:00

The Mardan Award

The Mardan Award was presented to Henry T. Segerstrom by the Mardan Center of Education Therapy. The Mardan School is a non-profit school that fulfills the educational needs of children in Orange County. Since 1962, its mission is to support bright children whose emotional, social, behavioral, and/or learning difficulties have impacted their ability to succeed in typical school settings.

1977-05-21 00:00:00

Scroll of Appreciation

Awarded to Henry T. Segerstrom by the Mayor of the City of Costa Mesa in recognition of his many contributions to the building of a better Costa Mesa.

1981-01-01 00:00:00

Meritorious Achievement in the Arts Award

Awarded to Henry T. Segerstrom by the Orange County Arts Alliance

1981-11-14 00:16:56

Pioneers of Enterprise Honored

Chapman College, Orange County's privately supported college marked its anniversary at the Anaheim Marriott Hotel, creating an "American Celebration". The centerpiece of the evening was a multimedia presentation that honored four families and individuals in pioneering enterprise. The four families and individuals were the Segerstroms, the Knott family, Carl Karcher and Dr. Arnold O. Beckman. The honorees shared similar traits. They acted on principles of initiative, individual responsibility and hard work to build enterprises of great size. They also enriched their communities with support of arts and education.

1981-12-03 00:00:00

Certificate of Recognition/Patron of the Arts

Awarded to Henry T. Segerstrom for his outstanding service to the community and design profession by the Orange County Chapter of the American Institute of Architects


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