There will be a memorial service honoring Richard Darman ’64, M.B.A.’67 from 11 a.m. to noon on Dec. 16 at the Memorial Church. Darman, who died Jan. 25, was a member of the faculty at the Harvard Kennedy School (HKS) where he received the Carballo Award for Excellence in Teaching and Distinguished Public Service, having served as lecturer in Public Policy and Management (1977-80) and as Public Service Professor (1998-2002). A John Harvard Fellow, Darman served also as a member of the Governing Boards’ Committee on University Resources (1992-2008), the Harvard Fund Council, the Belfer Center’s Board of Directors (1998-2008), and the Overseers’ Committees to visit the Kennedy School (1989-98 and 2003-2008) and the Medical School (1993-98).

Darman is survived by his wife, the former Kathleen Emmet, sons Jonathan, William, and C. T. Emmet, mother Eleanor Darman, sister Lynn Darman, and brother John Darman.

A reception and ceremony will be held immediately following the service, in the Nye Conference Rooms, marking the dedication of the Richard G. Darman Seminar Room at HKS’s Center for Public Leadership. The Nye Conference Rooms are on the 5th floor of the Harvard Kennedy School’s Taubman Building.

RSVP to externalaffairs_events@ksg.harvard.edu.