Dr. Morrison Warren (December 6, 1923- April 9, 2002) has been characterized as a ?bridge builder? and one who lived by the principles instilled in him at an early age by his parents: the absolute importance of education, hard work, excellence, fair play, contribution, dreams, persistence, humility, and love of God. His many accomplishments throughout his lifetime of service in a wide array of fields- valedictorian of the 1941 graduating class of Phoenix Union Colored High School, service in Germany in WW II; the second black letterman at Arizona State, from which he graduated in 1948; a professional football player with the Brooklyn Dodgers, Principal of Booker T. Washington Elementary in Phoenix, Professor Emeritus in the College of Education at ASU, former President of the Fiesta Bowl, the first African American Phoenix City Councilman and Vice Mayor of the City of Phoenix- exemplify his hard-won personal success and his commitment to humankind.

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