Honors Nominations Awards

Active and Life members of NCSHLA are invited to submit nominations for HONORS OF THE ASSOCIATION and/or HONORARY MEMBERSHIP. Many members serve the profession admirably every day. Please join in recognizing one or more of these superior people for their special activities.

Honors of the Association

2014 David Yoder
2013 Linda Wortman Lowe
2012 Emily Weigel
2011 Sherry Curtiss
2010 Linda Bowers
2009 Mary Ruth Sizer
2008 Wayne Foster
2007 Kathy Cox
2006 David Mills
2005 Timothy Harris
2004 Vicki McCready
2003 Sandra Sheldon
2002 Ninevah Murray
2000 Donna Brown
1999 David Pillsbury
1998 Yvonne Saddler
1997 Stephanie Rogister
1996 Johnnie Sexton
1995 Stan Martinkosky
1993 David Blalock
1992 Meta Downes
1991 Jennifer Horner
1990 Virginia Clifford
1989 Jo Whitten May
1988 Robert G. Paul
1987 Robert Muzzarelli
1986 Virginia Goulding
1985 LuVern Kunze
1984 Mabel Howard
1983 Calvin Knobeloch
1982 Donald F. Bynum
1981 William G. Thomas
1980 Bobbie B. Lubker
1979 Iantha Mitchell
1978 Mariana Newton
1976 Robert Peters
1975 Esther M. Seay
1973 Helen Gay Stephenson
1972 Deppe Callahan
1971 Charlotte Perkins
1970 Ben Hoffmeyer
1969 Pearl Ramos

Honorary Membership

2007 AJ Jacques
2005 Jeri Bates
2004 Edd Nye
1999 Lloyd Wilkerson
1997 Roy Carroll
1996 Lyons Gray
1995 Sue King
1991 J. Iverson Riddle
1989 G. Peyton Maynard
1988 Harry Payne
1985 John C. Randall
1985 E. Lowell Harris
1973 Theodore Drain
1973 James Tyson
1972 Herbert Koepp-Baker
1972 Harold Westlake
1970 Bernard Jackson
1966 Charles Carroll
1963 Felix Barker
Mary Watson

Deadline: February 1, 2019

Nominating Criteria

HONORS OF THE ASSOCIATION is the highest honor NCSHLA can give. Honors of the Association shall be conferred in recognition of consistent, long-term, distinguished contributions to the Association or to the communication disorders profession. It may be conferred on an Active or Life member of the Association by a two-thirds vote of the Board of Directors, upon the recommendation of the Membership and Recognition Committee. A member so nominated must be a Life member or an Active member in good standing for at least the previous five consecutive years. Nominations for Honors of the Association may be submitted by any Active or Life member when seconded by two additional Active members.

HONORARY MEMBERSHIP may be conferred by a two-thirds vote of the Board of Directors, upon the recommendation of the Membership and Recognition Committee. Honorary membership is conferred on persons not otherwise eligible for NCSHLA membership, in recognition of service to the Association and/or the profession. Honorary members have all privileges of the Association, except voting and holding office. Nominations for Honorary Membership may be submitted by any Active or Life member when seconded by two more Active members.

There can up to two nominators: primary and secondary.Both nominators, who must be Active or Life members of the Association, must sign a letter of support, describing the contributions or accomplishments of the nominee which make that nominee worthy of consideration.


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Both nominators, who must be Active or Life members of the Association, must sign a letter of support, describing the contributions or accomplishments of the nominee which make that nominee worthy of consideration.

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