Reed C. Culp has the distinction of being the second-oldest living president of Kiwanis International.

A Salt Lake resident, Culp served the international organization in 1957 and was president of the Salt Lake club during 1944-45.In 1986 he was awarded the Tablet of Honor, the highest award bestowed by Kiwanis International. The impressive cast bronze award has individual plates bearing the names of Kiwanians who have given outstanding service to the organization.

When the national honor was presented, the Salt Lake club honored Culp with a $1,000 donation to Kiwanis International Foundation.

The Kiwanian also was lieutenant governor of the Utah-Idaho District of Kiwanis. He served as a member of the University of Utah Board of Regents from 1949 to 1957, was state emergency relief administrator and a member of the mayor's Committee on Juvenile Delinquency.

Culp and his wife, Helen, whose 60th wedding anniversary was April 18, are parents of three sons, have seven grandchildren and a number of great-grandchildren.