THE DAVID T. CHASE FREE ENTERPRISE INSTITUTE

 

The Chase Medal

 

The David T. Chase Institute Award is given annually to a business professional who is distinguished in the social, economic or political arena.  Chase Medal winners have demonstrated professional success and contributed to the betterment of their community, state or nation. 

 

In 1990 Mr. Victor Kiam, chairman of Remington Industries and owner of the New England Patriots, was the first Chase Medal award winner in 1990.

 

In 2002 Governor Mark Warner of the Commonwealth of Virginia was the Chase Medal award winner

 

In 2003 Mr. Aaron Feuerstein, CEO of the Malden Mills Corporation was the Chase Medal award winner

 

In 2005 Mr. George Weiss, CEO of the Weiss Associates

 was the Chase Medal award winner

 

In 2006 Ms. Gwendolyn Smith Iloani, CEO of Smith Wiley

was the Chase Medal award winner