Messenger - Vol. 2, No. 3, Page 14 Summer 1993 New university secretary appointed Pierre D. Hayward of Greenville, former senior vice president and corporate affairs division manager at Delaware Trust Co. in Wilmington, has been named secretary of the University of Delaware. In his new position, Hayward is responsible for providing overall support to the Board of Trustees, serving as staff officer to the board and the president. Hayward succeeds G. Arno Loessner, Delaware '64, '70M, who has requested to return to the professional staff of the College of Urban Affairs and Public Policy. Hayward joined the staff at Delaware Trust in 1984, after serving for 10 years as executive assistant to Delaware's U.S. Sen. William V. Roth. At the bank, he had responsibility for corporate administration and public relations; external communications, including advertising; office systems; and facilities management. A 1970 graduate of Trinity College in Hartford, Conn., Hayward holds a bachelor's degree in history. He is an Air Force veteran, serving in Vietnam from 1971-72. In the community, Hayward serves on the boards of the Delaware State Chamber of Commerce, the Delaware Bankers Association, the Grand Opera House, Peninsula United Methodist Homes, on the residence committee board of Eleutherian Mills (Hagley), on the executive committee of Tower Hill School's Alumni Council and on the advisory board of the University of Delaware's Hotel, Restaurant and Institutional Management Program. He is treasurer and a member of the executive committee of the World Affairs Council; is a trustee of the Wilmington Medical Center and Goldey Beacom College; is past president of the Delaware chapter of the American Heart Association; and is New Castle County finance co-chairperson of the Republican State Committee.