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Celebrating the leadership, vision, tenacity, and love of community shared by the recipients of the Great Living Cincinnatian Award, presented annually by the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber since 1967.
Fletcher Nyce, a Magna Cum Laude graduate of Yale University, came to Cincinnati in 1951 as vice-president of Central Trust. He served as chairman of the board of the Central Trust Co. and as chairman of the Central Bancorporation.
Nyce became truly involved with many segments of the community. He served on the advisory board of the General Protestant Orphanage, the advisory committee on finance of the YMCA, trustee for the Cincinnati Museum Association and the Cincinnati Institute of Fine Arts, director of the local chapter of the National Conference of Christians and Jews, and was the chairman of the board of trustees of Xavier University.
As president and trustee of the Community Improvement Corporation of Greater Cincinnati, he developed the Greater Cincinnati Industrial Park in Blue Ash. His expertise as a fund raiser was acknowledged by the city in 1970 when he directed the first United Appeal Campaign to exceed its goal.
Fletcher E. Nyce died on June 9, 1997 at 91.
Recipients are selected from candidates by the Cincinnati Chamber’s senior council based on the following criteria: – Community service – Business and civic attainment on a local, state and national or international level – Leadership – Awareness of the needs of others – Distinctive accomplishments that have brought favorable attention to their community, institution or organization