Anglin named 2014 Kuchling Award winner

Attorney/activist played a key role in the early days of many LGBT organizations

ANGLIN FOR AN AWARD | Friends praised Mike Anglin’s legal expertise and commitment to the LGBT community, saying that he is ‘long overdue’ the recognition he received in being named the 2014 Kuchling Award winner. Anglin was close friends with Ray Kuchling (inset photo), after whom the award is named. (Photo of Mike Anglin courtesy of Paul Kubek)

ANGLIN FOR AN AWARD | Friends praised Mike Anglin’s legal expertise and commitment to the LGBT community, saying that he is ‘long overdue’ the recognition he received in being named the 2014 Kuchling Award winner. Anglin was close friends with Ray Kuchling (inset photo), after whom the award is named. (Photo of Mike Anglin courtesy of Paul Kubek)

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Attorney/activist played a key role in the early days of many LGBT organizations   By Tammye Nash  |  Managing Editor Black Tie Dinner officials announced Thursday, July 24, that attorney and longtime activist Mike Anglin is the 2014 recipient of the Kuchling Humanitarian Award. Anglin’s friends said this week that the honor is long overdue. []

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