Bar News - May 17, 2013
Jack White Receives Nashua Barís Jordan Award
The Nashua Bar Association presented the Annual Edward A. (Ted) Jordan, Sr. Humanitarian Award to longtime Nashua lawyer Jack White, on April 11 at the Nashua Country Club.
The Ted Jordan Award is given in memory of Ted Jordan, a member of the Nashua Bar Association from 1967 to 2002. It honors his adventurous spirit and lifelong concern for helping to improve the local bar association and community and is presented to an individual who embodies these same ideals. Attorney Jack White is a well respected longtime Nashua Bar member whose reputation for promoting congeniality, civility, and comraderie is second to none.
The award was presented by Superior Court Chief Justice Tina Nadeau after brief addresses by retired Superior Court Justice William Groff and retired Superior Court Justice Bernard Hampsey. The Nashua Bar also fondly remembered former humanitarian award winner John V. "Jack" Dwyer Jr., who passed away three days before the meeting. In his usual graceful manner, attorney White remembered both Ted Jordan and Jack Dwyer in his remarks.