Trelle Morrow, retired architect and historian, was honoured with the Jeanne Clarke Local History Award for Service at the 34th annual Jeanne Clarke Local History Awards. Morrow’s architectural career spanned 40 years and he designed such notable buildings as the former Prince George Citizen building on Brunswick Street and Sacred Heart Cathedral. He is an active member of the City of Prince George’s Heritage Commission. Morrow is also a past winner of three Jeanne Clarke Local History Awards for Publication. He won in 2016 for Living Legacies: 100 Years of Prince George Architecture, in 2012 for The Grand Trunk Pacific and Other Fort George Stuff, and in 2010 for Aviation North: Flying Frontiers in Northern British Columbia. Among his other publications are Silent Passage: Life with Reaction Ferries; The Big Smoke: Social Reflections on Wood Burners; and Cataline: Packer Extraordinaire.