A former college president, a longtime librarian and a community leader will be honored by Weber State University at the June 7 commencement.

Stephen D. Nadauld, Weber president from 1985 to 1990; Wilma Grose, Weber head librarian from 1954 to 1960; and Telitha Eillis Lindquist, former Ogden YWCA president, will receive honorary doctor of humanities degrees.WSU Board of Trustees Chairman Richard E. Myers said each recipient has given extraordinary service to the university and the community.

Nadauld led the effort that earned university status for Weber. He also helped the school receive a four-year nursing program and a masters of education program. Nadauld left Weber to become chief financial officer for Bonneville Pacific Corp.

Grose, who came to Weber in 1939 as an assistant librarian, became head librarian and head cataloger. Prior to her 1975 retirement, she completed an eight-year project to reclassify the library holdings.

Lindquist, in addition to her YWCA leadership, served as president of the Children's Aid Society and the Junior League of Ogden. She also served on the boards of the Weber County Library Foundation, the Utah Musical Theatre and the Ogden Symphony/Ballet Association.