Wednesday, April 27, 2005
Larry Kurzner: new Commodore. Contributed photoWestport’s Saugatuck Rowing Club (SRC) has named Westporter Larry Kurzner its Commodore for 2005-2006.
As Commodore, Kurzner will serve as the club�s liaison with U.S. Rowing, the sport�s national governing body, and other regional and international rowing organizations, as well as presiding over club events and committees.
Kurzner has rowed competitively since his days as captain of the Clark University crew. He has been a national medalist eight times in the last five years and was the captain of the club’s 2004 U.S. Rowing National Championship Masters team.
After college and before joining SRC when he moved to Westport with his family in 1996, Kurzner rowed at clubs in Boston, New York and Norwich and London.
Kurzner recalls competing in two of the world�s toughest regattas, The Head of the Charles in Boston and the Annual Vesta International Veteran�s Head of the River Race in London, England as the most challenging events in 25 years of rowing.
Kurzner, a human resources outsourcing professional, recently joined Aon as a senior vice president. He has a BA degree in international relations and political science from Clark University and an MBA from Northeastern University.
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