My father, Donald Noel Harwood received a Carnegie Hero Award for his attempt to save a coworkers life on June 15, 1966. He died during this attempt and this week is the 90th anniversary of his birth. He may be a direct descendant of Massachusetts Bay colonist, Henry Harwood, who John Winthrop wrote about in his diaries. Henry attempted to save the life of a young woman when caught in a freezing storm in a small sloop on the bay. He got it to shore, but his legs were frozen into ice from water they had taken aboard. These wounds would lead to his early death, but his sons John and Henry kept his surname living in the new world.