The EBRI Lillywhite Award


Origin

EBRI established the Lillywhite Award in 1992 to celebrate contributions by persons who have had distinguished careers in the investment management and employee benefits fields and whose outstanding service enhances Americans' economic security. The Lillywhite Award is presented by EBRI as merited by individual and group excellence.

The award was named after Ray Lillywhite, a pioneer in the pension field who for decades guided state employee pension plans. Lillywhite helped found numerous professional organizations and educational programs. He retired from Alliance Capital in 1992 at age 80 after a 55-year career in the pension and investment field. Lillywhite exemplified not only excellence but also innovation in lifelong achievements, teaching, and learning.

Biography of Ray Lillywhite

Purposes of the Award

Award Nomination Form

What others have said about the EBRI Lillywhite Award

EBRI Lillywhite Award Recipients

2013 Recipient
Larry D. Zimpleman

Zimpleman (left) is presented the Lillywhite Award Oct. 29 by EBRI's Dallas Salisbury (right)

For more information about the Award, please contact:

 

Employee Benefit Research Institute
1100 13th St. NW
Suite 878
Washington, DC 20005
Phone: (202) 659-0670
FAX: (202) 775-6312

E-mail: Lillywhite_award@ebri.org