Bob Harling, UNO CBA alumnus, was honored with the United Way’s prestigious Cornerstone Award in January. The award is the United Way’s highest honor for volunteerism and recognizes individuals who demonstrate extraordinary commitment, creativity, leadership, inspiration, and sustained service in their community.
Harling, who lives in Southern Pines, North Carolina, volunteers several days a month as a client screener with the Sandhills/Moore Coalition for Human Care. He also takes on other community service and leadership roles when he has the opportunity.
Harling graduated from UNO CBA in 1955 with a BS in Business Administration. Though he no longer lives in Omaha, he will always be a Maverick. With his lifelong commitment to making a difference, Harling embodies the values of the Omaha community and UNO CBA.
Read Harling’s full feature article on becoming a recipient of the Cornerstone Award on The Pilot, Moore County, NC’s news source.
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