Awards and Recognition

Awards and Recognition

 

PAST PRESIDENTS OF ASM INTERNATIONAL  BY CLEVELAND CHAPTER MEMBERS

1925 William S. Bidle
1929 Zay Jeffries
  2010 Frederick J. Lisy
  2015 Sunniva R. Collins

 

ASM INTERNATIONAL® CLEVELAND CHAPTER FELLOWS

In 1969, ASM established the Fellow of the Society honor to provide recognition to members for their distinguished contributions to materials science and engineering and to develop a broadly based forum of technical and professional leaders to serve as advisors to the society. Following are the members recognized by their colleagues for this year. Additional Fellows may be elected to this distinguished body in subsequent years. The solicited guidance, which the Fellows will provide, will enhance the capability of ASM as a technical community of materials science and engineering in the years ahead.

 

Aikin, Beverly J.M.

 

Lerch, Bradley A.

 

Arnold, Steven M.

 

Levin, Victor D.

 

Ault, G. Mervin

 

Lewandowski, John J.

 

Babcock, Donald E.

 

Lisy, Frederick J.

 

Bianco, Robert

 

Locci, Ivan E.

Brophy, Jere H.

 

Loewenthal, William S.

 

Butler, John F.

 

Marder, James M.

 

Collins, Sunniva R.

 

Maréchaux, Toni Grobstein

 

Cribb, W. Raymond

 

Matas, Stephen J.

 

De Guire, Mark Robert

Michal, Gary M.

 

Douglas, Richard J.

 

Miner, Ronald E.

 

Duval, Walter M.

 

Noebe, Ronald D.

 

Ellis, David L.

 

Payer, Joe H.

 

Essock, Diana M.

 

Petrus, Gregory J.

 

Ferguson, B. Lynn

 

Probst, Hubert B.

 

Glasgow, Thomas K.

 

Raj, Sai V.

 

Graham, Lawrence D.

 

Rice, Joseph H.

Gray, Allen G.

 

Rooy, Elwin L.

 

Gray, Hugh R.

 

Salkind, Michael J.

 

Grisaffe, Salvatore J.

Scott, William W., Jr.

Grobe, Arthur H.

 

Sherman, Andrew

 

Guha, Amitava

 

Shields, John A. Jr.

Halford, Gary R.

 

Singh, Mrityunjay

 

Hanes, Hugh D.

 

Singhal, Surendra N.

 

Harkness, John C.

 

Smialek, James L.

 

Hashiguchi, Don

 

Spalvins, Talivaldis

 

Haws, Warren J.

 

Spiegelberg, William D.

 

Hwang, Jennie S.

 

Steigerwald, Edward A.

Hyslop, Marjorie R.

 

Stephens, Joseph R.

 

Jacobson, Nathan S.

 

Tewari, Surendra N.

 

Klar, Erhard

Thellmann, Edward L.

 

Kuhlman, George W.

Troiano, Alexander R.

 

Langer, Edward L.

Wallace, Jack F.

     

Whittenberger, J. Daniel

     

Yu, Kuang-O

     

Zamborsky, Daniel S.

     

Zhu, Dongming

 

HENRY MARION HOWE MEDAL RECEIVED BY CLEVELAND CHAPTER MEMBERS

Of the medal awards conferred periodically by ASM, the Henry Marion Howe Medal is the oldest; it was established in 1923 and is awarded in memory of a distinguished teacher, writer, metallurgist, and consultant to honor the author (or authors) whose paper has been selected as the best of those published in a specific volume of Metallurgical and Materials Transactions. Henry Marion Howe, Honorary Member of ASM, whose memory is thus perpetuated, was born in Boston on March 2, 1848. With a preliminary education at the Boston Latin School, he graduated as A.B. from Harvard in 1869 and with a degree corresponding to B.S. from Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1871. Harvard awarded him the degrees of A.M. in 1872 and LL.D. in 1905. In the years 1872 to 1882, he held executive positions with a number of steel mills and with copper and nickel plants. In 1882, he opened an office in Boston as a consulting metallurgist and lectured on metallurgy at Massachusetts Institute of Technology from 1883 to 1897. He became Professor of Metallurgy at Columbia University in 1897, and held this position until 1913, serving as Professor Emeritus from 1913 until his death on May 14, 1922. Dr. Howe’s chief contribution to the scientific world was his development of the science of metallography, as a result of his great powers of observation and deduction. His ability to correlate and interpret each discovery and investigation by others and supplement them by investigations of his own resulted in the establishment of a new science dealing with the constitution of iron and steel. 

 

1927

Wesley P. Sykes

1933

Joseph V. Emmons

1956

Alexander R. Troiano

1963

William Baldwin, Jr.

 

 GEORGE A. ROBERTS AWARD RECEIVED BY CLEVELAND CHAPTER MEMBERS              

Established by the ASM Materials Education Foundations in 2003, the George A. Roberts Award highlights the importance of educational outreach and is presented annually to an individual “who has made a significant impact to reach students and teachers, in efforts to increase awareness of materials and applied science careers.”

The first recipient of the award was its namesake, Dr. George A. Roberts, who served the materials community with great distinction for more than 50 years. He served as ASM President in 1955 and was a founding member of the ASM Foundation in 1953. In 2000, Dr. Roberts was one of the key leaders who gave shape to the rededication and revitalization of the ASM     Foundation. He served as chair of the Foundation and as a Foundation trustee until 2003.          

 

2017

Thomas K. Glasgow

 

EDWARD DEMILLE CAMPBELL MEMORIAL LECTURER RECEIVED BY CLEVELAND CHAPTER MEMBERS                                                                                                                

 This annual lecture was inaugurated in 1926 in memory and recognition of the outstanding scientific contributions to the metallurgical profession by a distinguished educator who was blind for all but two years of his professional life. Despite this handicap, he contributed 77 papers to the scientific literature, the majority of which dealt with a correlation of the chemical constituents with the physical and mechanical properties of steels. This lecture recognizes demonstrated ability in materials science and engineering. Professor Campbell, Honorary Member of ASM International, was born in Detroit, Michigan in 1863, and was educated at the University of Michigan. After serving as a chemist in various iron companies, he became an assistant professor at the University of Michigan in 1890 where he lost his sight at the age of 28 in an explosion during a laboratory examination of steel. For 20  years before his death in 1925, he was Head Professor of Chemistry and Metallurgy and Director of the Chemical Laboratory at the University of Michigan.      

1927

Zay Jeffries

1937

Wesley P. Sykes

1950

Earle C. Smith

1959

Alexander R. Troiano

 

1984

Robert F. Hehemann

 

BRADLEY STOUGHTON AWARD FOR YOUNG TEACHERS RECEIVED BY CLEVELAND CHAPTER MEMBERS                                                                        

This award, accompanied by $3,000, was established in 1952 in memory of an outstanding teacher of metallurgy and dean of engineering who was president of ASM in 1942. The award recognizes young teachers of materials science, materials engineering, design and processing by rewarding them for their ability to impart knowledge and enthusiasm to students. The recipient must be 35 years of age or younger by May 15th of the year in which the award is made. Bradley Stoughton died in 1959 at the age of 86. Professor Stoughton taught at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, was acting head of the department of metallurgy at the School of Mines, Columbia University, and was head of the department of metallurgy and dean of engineering at Lehigh University for 35 years. Prior to his teaching career, Professor Stoughton was a consulting metallurgist for 21 years. He gave his time without stint to his students, helping them to decide the directions in which their career should lie. His intimate knowledge of the theoretical and practical problems in the manufacture of steel made him an outstanding figure with his students and led him to an  international reputation in this field.

1958

Robert F. Hehemann

 

1989

John J. Lewandowski

 

2016

Jennifer L.W. Carter

 

ALBERT EASTON WHITE DISTINGUISHED TEACHER AWARD RECEIVED BY CLEVELAND CHAPTER MEMBERS                                                                                                                 

 This award was established in 1960 in memory of an outstanding teacher and research engineer, who was a founding member and president of ASM in 1921. It recognizes unusually long and devoted service in teaching as well as significant accomplishments in materials science and engineering and an unusual ability to inspire and impart enthusiasm to students. Professor White was distinguished for his long service to the University of Michigan as a teacher and as director of its Research Institute. He was also noted for his metallurgical accomplishments, especially in the field of high-temperature properties of metals and alloys for service in steam power plants.

2014

Gary M. Michal

 

ALLAN RAY PUTNAM SERVICE AWARD RECEIVED BY CLEVELAND CHAPTER MEMBERS       

The Allan Ray Putnam Award was established in 1988 to recognize the exemplary efforts of various outstanding members of ASM International on behalf of the Society to further its objectives   and goals. The vitality and success of ASM depends on its members and their willingness to contribute their time and talents for the good of the Society. The purpose of this award is to recognize those individuals whose contributions have been especially noteworthy and to whom the Society owes a particularly great debt of appreciation. Allan Ray Putnam was the managing director of ASM between 1959 and 1983. He was the Society’s most visible spokesman for those many years and known as “Mr. ASM” to many. Mr. Putnam’s unique talents were apparent to all those who came in contact with him and were of invaluable worth to the society.

 

1999

Diana M. Essock

 

2015

Thomas K. Glasgow

                                                                                                   

WILLIAM HUNT EISENMAN AWARD RECEIVED BY CLEVELAND CHAPTER MEMBERS                        

The William Hunt Eisenman Award was established in 1960, in memory of a founding member of ASM, and its first and only secretary for 40 years. It recognizes unusual achievements in industry in the practical application of materials science and engineering through production or engineering use.        Mr. Eisenman concentrated his great abilities on the creation of services that would increase the importance of the ASM member to industry. He was acutely aware of the need for suitable recognition and communication of the practical aspects of metallurgy. His capacity for vision and execution are exemplified by the imaginative World Headquarters structure of the Society shown on the award plaque which stands today at Materials Park, Ohio. Mr. Eisenman was totally dedicated to the Society and its work and in that connection set forth this creed: “To create and accomplish, we must have faith in ASM as an instrumentality through which all of us, recognizing that the security and welfare of our civilization depend increasingly on the advancement of scientific knowledge, will have an opportunity to serve humanity, our industry and our country.” 

 

2019

B. Lynn Ferguson

 

 ALBERT SAUVEUR ACHIEVEMENT AWARD RECEIVED BY CLEVELAND CHAPTER MEMBERS     

This award, established in 1934 in honor of a distinguished teacher, metallographer and metallurgist, recognizes pioneering materials science and engineering achievements that have stimulated organized work along similar lines to such an extent that a marked basic advance has been made in the knowledge of materials science and engineering. Dr. Sauveur, Honorary Member of ASM, was born in Louvain, Belgium, in 1863, educated at Athenee Royal in Brussels, the School of Mines in Liege, and finally at MIT, graduating in 1889. Later, he conducted his own laboratory and published the now famous Metallographist, a quarterly which carried most of the important metallographic literature of the day. In 1899, he joined the staff of Harvard University where he established the first metallographic laboratory in any university. From 1924, until his death in 1939, he was Gordon McKay Professor of Mining and Metallurgy at Harvard. Affectionately known throughout the metallurgical world as the “dean of American metallurgists,” Dr. Sauveur’s pioneering work produced the first photomicrographs of steel made in the United States. His book “The Metallography and Heat Treatment of Iron and Steel,” first published in 1912, was a standard textbook for a quarter of a century.           

1935

Zay Jeffries

1968

Alexander R. Troiano

 

ENGINEERING MATERIALS ACHIEVEMENT AWARD RECEIVED BY CLEVELAND CHAPTER MEMBER COMPANIES                                                                                                                   

Established in 1969, this award recognizes an outstanding achievement in materials or materials systems relating to the application of knowledge of materials to an engineering structure or to the design and manufacture of a product. The recipient may be an individual, a team, or entire organization if that is the smallest group sharing in the development. In this age of advancing technology, many outstanding accomplishments result from the work of interdisciplinary teams consisting, in many instances, of unsung individuals. The purpose of this award is to seek out and recognize outstanding developments in the application of materials in products or in engineering structures and to honor the organization or individuals responsible for them.

 

 

1971

THE CLEVELAND CLIFFS IRON COMPANY (H. Stuart Harrison, Louis Erck)

 

1997

GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY - Willoughby (Frederic (Fred) Ahlgren, John F. Ackerman)

 

2000

MOEN INCORPORATED (Jeffrey A. Svoboda, Timothy J. O’Brien)

 

2006

SWAGELOK COMPANY (Carl E. Meece, Sunniva Collins, Peter Williams)

 

GOLD MEDAL AWARD RECEIVED BY CLEVELAND CHAPTER MEMBERS

In 1943 the Gold Medal of ASM was established to recognize outstanding knowledge and great versatility in the application of science to the field of materials science and engineering, as well as exceptional ability in the diagnosis and solution of diversified materials problems. 

1943

Zay Jeffries

1945

Earle Clement Smith

 

1997

Arthur H. Heuer

 

 MEDAL FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF RESEARCH BY CLEVELAND CHAPTER EMBERS

The Medal for the Advancement of Research was established in 1943 to honor an executive of an organization, one of whose important activities is the production, fabrication or use of metals and other materials. The recipient, over a period of years, shall have consistently sponsored research or development and by foresight and actions shall have helped substantially to advance the arts and sciences relating to materials science and engineering.

 

1956

Charles M. White, Board Chairman, Republic Steel Corporation

 

1981

William J. DeLancey, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Republic Steel Corporation

 

HONORARY MEMBERSHIP RECEIVED BY CLEVELAND CHAPTER MEMBERS                                                  

Honorary Membership in the Society was established in 1919. It recognizes distinguished service to the materials science and engineering profession, service in areas of ASM strategic plan initiatives and to the progress of mankind.

1925

Charles F. Brush

1939

Zay Jeffries

1959

Ernest E. Thum

1978

Alexander R. Troiano

 

HISTORIC LANDMARKS                                                                                                                       

In 1969, the ASM Historical Landmarks Designation was established to permanently identify the many sites and events that have played a prominent part in the discovery, development, and growth of metals and metalworking. In 1987, the scope of this award broadened to include all engineered materials.     

1976

FORD TRI-MOTOR AIRPLANE

Island Airlines, Port Clinton, Ohio

“The first commercially successful all-metal aircraft, opened a new era in commercial

aviation in the late 1920s.”

1978

CRADLE OF ALLOY STEEL

Republic Steel Corporation, Canton, Ohio

“At this facility, constructed in 1907, United Steel Company (now LTV Steel Corporation) poured the first production heats of quality chromium-vanadium and chromium molybdenum alloy steels.”

 2001

OHIO CRANKSHAFT COMPANY

Cleveland, Ohio

“Ohio Crankshaft is the site of the first production application for selective induction hardening of steel parts. Known as the TOCCO Process, its success spurred the growth of induction hardening technology.”

2009

ASM INTERNATIONAL HEADQUARTERS BUILDING AND GEODESIC DOME

Materials Park, Ohio

“Inspirational and visionary, the ASM International Headquarters Building and Geodesic Dome symbolize the enduring fellowship of materials professionals, advancing humanity’s progress through their work with engineered materials.”

2013

THE WORLD’S HEAVY HYDRAULIC CLOSED-DIE FORGING PRESSES

Alcoa - Cleveland, Ohio

“These giant presses enabled quantum changes in the approach of modern aircraft design by producing large, forged monolithic structures. In turn, this capability provided designers with greater flexibility in the application of new alloys; lighter, stronger, and affordable aerostructures; and more powerful and fuel efficient gas turbine engines.”

 
 

 

THE ASMI CLEVELAND CHAPTER AWARD OF DISTINCTION

The Cleveland Chapter Award of Distinction is intended to recognize profession related contributions by a material technologists. A selection is made annually of a member who exhibits outstanding leadership ethics in the qualities and support of the profession. The recipient shall be from management, manufacturing, research, development, and materials or process controls environment. The recipient is recommended by at least three ASMI Fellows or former winners of the Cleveland Chapter Award of Distinction.

 

 

1997

Brian Attwood

1998

Jere Brophy

 

1999

Tom Glasgow

 

2000

Stephen Matas

 

2001

Edward Stiegerwald

 

2002

W. Ray Cribb

2003

Jack Wallace

 

2004

John Shields, Jr.

 

2005

Bill Spiegelberg

 

2006

Bill Sott

 

2007

Terence Profughi

 

2008

Jim Smialek

 

2009

Sunniva Collins

 

2010

Frederick Lisy

 

2011

B. Lynn Ferguson

 

2012

Gary Michal

 

2013

John Lewandowski

 

2014

Diana Essock

 

2015

David Ellis

 

2016

Lawrence A. Somrack

 

2017

Bradley A. Lerch

 

THE ASMI CLEVELAND CHAPTER DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARD

The Cleveland Chapter Distinguished Service Award recognizes a member for his or her outstanding sustained dedication, service and support of all phases of Chapter activities and for having devoted considerable time, knowledge, and commitment to ASM International. The recipient must have at least 8 years of active participation in one or more of the Chapter's committees. The recipient nominated by the Awards Committee and confirmed by the Chapter Officers.   

1997

James Snyder

1998

Ken Humberstone

 

1999

Mike Kennedy

 

2000

Diana Essock

 

2001

Dave Porter

 

2002

Warren & Cheryl Haws

 

2003

Bob Vigneulle

 

2004

Greg Petrus

 

2005

Joe Snyder

 

2006

Dan Hennessy

 

2007

Bill Loewenthal

 

2008

Ed Basta

 

2009

Craig McMillan

 

2010

Gary Coubrough

 

2011

David Ellis

 

2012

J Radisek/A Deraschenko

 

2013

Sunniva Collins

 

2014

Cheryl Bowman

 

2015

B. Lynn Ferguson

 

2016

Thomas K. Glasgow

 

2017

David P. Kovarik

 

 

 THE ASMI CLEVELAND CHAPTER OUTSTANDING COMPANY SUPPORT AWARD                                     

The Cleveland Chapter Outstanding Company Support Award recognizes a company which has clearly demonstrated over the years sustained, unselfish contributions to the Chapter and ASM International. The recipient is nominated by the Awards Committee & confirmed by Chapter Officers.   

1997

Geo. H. Porter Steel Treating

1998

Brush Wellman Inc.

1999

LTV Steel

2000

East Ohio Gas Co.

2001

Hi Techmetal Group

2002

Buehler Ltd.

2003

Orbital Research Inc.

2004

CWRU

2005

Kowalski Heat Treating Co.

2006

NASA Glenn

2007

Deformation Control Technology

2008

NSL Analytical Services

2009

ALCOA Inc.

2010

Swagelok Co.

2011

Quality Technology Services

2012

Stork - Herron Testing

2013

CSA Group

2014

Charter Steel

2015

SSP Fitting Corp.

2016

Euclid Heat Treating Co

2017

Tensile Testing Metallurgical Laboratory (TTML)

 

THE ASMI CLEVELAND CHAPTER PRESIDENT'S AWARDS                                                                

The Cleveland Chapter President's Award is presented annually to the one person the Chapter Chairman feels contributed the most for the good of the Chapter in promoting the goals and objectives of ASM International. The Cleveland Chapter Chairman selects the recipient.

 

1997

Warren Haws

1998

Bob Vigneulle

1999

Alex Deraschenko

2000

Bob Sott

2001

David Ellis

2002

Craig McMillan

2003

Joe Radisek/Alex Deraschenko

2004

Dan Hennessy

2005

Ed Basta

2006

Gary Couborough

2007

Allen Wass

2008

Heather Pesek-Watson

2009

Greg Petrus

2010

Bradley Lerch

2011

Cheryl Bowman

2012

Alan Vormelker

2013

Mark Sherman

2014

Mohsen Seifi

2015

David Kovarik

2016

Aaron D. LaLonde

2017

Jesi Clinton

 

THE ASMI CLEVELAND CHAPTER TECHNICAL EDUCATOR AWARD                                                                           

The Cleveland Chapter Technical Educator Awards recognizes a member or non-member of ASM International who has made a substantial contribution to technical education methods and/or is considered to uniquely inspire students to pursue technical fields. The recipient has demonstrated         outstanding performance, creative abilities, technical competence, and integrity in the practice of his or her technical discipline. The recipient is or has been associated with an accredited education institution in Northeast Ohio at any level ranging from kindergarten through post-graduate university education. The recipient is nominated by the Awards Committee and confirmed by Chapter Officers.         

 

1997

Margaret Brueing

1998

Marylyn Frohwerk

1999

Joanne & Gerald Vinarcik

2000

Judith Lachvayder

2001

Linda Schrader

2002

Stephen Euse

2003

John Frater

2004

Gary Michal

2005

Marty Shingler

2006

Joe Payer

2007

Tom Glasgow

2008

Rick Pinkava & Rich Parrott, Cuyahoga Valley Career Center

2009

Sue Shriner

2010

John Lewandowski

2011

David Schwam

2012

James McGuffin-Cawley

2013

Nima Zaaeed, Lakewood HS

2014

Surandra N. Tewari, CSU

2015

Brad Lerch

2016

Jen McGeown

2017

Mark R. De Guire

 

THE ASMI CLEVELAND CHAPTER YOUNG MEMBER AWARD                                                                                         

The Cleveland Chapter Young Member Award recognizes a member under 35 years of age for significant contributions to the Chapter. The recipient is nominated by the Awards Committee and confirmed by the Chapter Officers.

 

1997

David Ellis

1998

Beverly Aikin

1999

David Johnson

2000

Fred & Angie Lisy

2001

Bob Sott

2002

Greg Petrus

2003

Cheryl Bowman

2004

Bob Bianco

2005

Brenda Trautman

2006

Tiffany Biles-Dux

2007

Tom Kiss

2008

Allen Wass

2009

Alan Vormelker

2010

Deanna Burwell

2011

Heather Watson

2012

Marsha Van Dalen

2013

Ian Kidd

2014

Radu Pop

2015

Aaron Lalonde

2016

Joseph M. DeGenova

2017

Ryan M. Paul

 

NORTHEAST OHIO REGIONAL AWARDS

CLEVELAND NATIONAL ENGINEER'S WEEK, ENGINEER OF THE YEAR

 

1998

Barry Lauer

2001

John Harkness

2002

John Shields

2004

Warren Haws

 

CLEVELAND NATIONAL ENGINEER'S WEEK, ENGINEER OF THE YEAR

1997

Frederick Lisy

1998

Beverly Aikin

2001

Cheryl Bowman

2002

Greg Petrus

2003

Dave Hotter

 

THE CTSC (Cleveland Technical Society Council) ROBERT B. CUMMINGS DISTINGUISHED LEADERSHIP AWARD

This award is bestowed upon an individual who best meets the following: The individual must be at least 60 years of age as of March 1st of the year in which the award is presented. An individual who has made sustained contributions to the technical community for a minimum of 10 years. Contributions must include product creations at all levels, progress in technical management and/or service enhancing the quality of life in the business, education, or science communities of Northeastern Ohio.       

1957

A. T. Colwell

1993

Jere Brophy

 

1999

Ed Langer

 

2002

Michael Salkind

 

2004

Larry Graham

 

2005

John Shields

2007

Bill Scott

 

2008

Ray Cribb

 

2009

Bill Spiegelberg

 

2010

B. Lynn Ferguson

 

2011

Tom Glasgow

 

2014

Larry Somrack

 

2015

Warren Haws

 

2017

David Brown

 

THE CTSC (Cleveland Technical Society Council TECHNICAL EDUCATOR AWARD

This award is bestowed upon an individual who best meets the following qualifications: A nominee who has made a substantial contribution to technical education methods and/or is considered to uniquely inspire students to pursue technical fields. The nominee is or has been associated with an accredited area education institution, such as school (K-12), college, or university. The nominee is in good standing with the academic community. The nominee has demonstrated outstanding performance, creative abilities, technical competence, and integrity in the practice of his/her technical discipline.

 

2000

John Lewandowski

2001

Gary Michal

 

2008

Satinder Puri

 

2012

Jim McGuffin-Cawley

 

2013

Mark De Guire

 

2014

Sunniva Collins

 

2016

Frank Ernst

 

THE CTSC (Cleveland Technical Society Council) TECHNICAL ACHIEVEMENT AWARD

This award is bestowed upon an individual who best meets the following qualifications: The individual must be under 40 years of age as of March 1st of the year in which the award is presented. The individual must be actively contributing to a technical field. The individual must have demonstrated outstanding performance, creative ability, technical competence, and integrity in the conduct of his/her professional duties.           

1966

Ed Steigerwald

1972

R. Gibala

1979

John Herron

1982

John Harkness

1984

A. Mishra

1987

Dennis Gianacola

1988

Diana Essock

1990

Toni Grobstein

1996

Beverly Aikin

1998

Ron Noebe

2000

Fred Lisy

2001

David Ellis

2005

Bob Bianco

2006

Brenda Trautman

2010

Mike Gedeon

2011

Alan Vormelker

2012

Deanna Burwell

2013

Ian Kidd

2015

Heather Watson

2016

Aaron D. LaLonde

2017

Ryan Paul

 

 

 

Deceased