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TSHA Honors

Celebrating excellence in the professions of speech-language pathology and audiology.

The Honors and Awards of the Texas Speech-Language-Hearing Association are intended to identify and recognize those current TSHA members whose contributions to the professions of speech-language pathology and/or audiology in the state of Texas are significant, outstanding, and excellent. TSHA members may nominate, sponsor, or co-sponsor a nominee for any of the Association’s prestigious awards. The TSHA Honors and Awards are presented annually during the TSHA Convention.


2009 TSHA Honors and Awards Recipients

Award of Honor
Roya Daryapayma
Rebecca (Becky) Gonzalez
Jennifer Watson

Certificates of Appreciation
Benna Askew, Renee Attaway, Debra Bankston, Leon Barbee, Larry Barnes, Pam Bender, Renee Bogschutz, Lavelle Carlson, Diana Christiana, Lori Cochran, Melinda Corwin, Roya Daryapayma, Erica Dinkins, Lisa Famiglietti, Lynn Flahive, Angie Geurin, Gina Glover, Tori Gustafson, Julie Johansson, Sue Johnsen, Lora Katkic, Angela Kennedy, Karen King, Loretta Lee, Lannie Lee, Rebecca Linke, M'Lee Lytle, Heather MacFadyen, Lisa Martindale, Lauren Mathews, Melanie McDonald, Jenny McGlothlin, Michelle Mendietta, Jaclyn Molina, Marcus Neal, Mitzi Nelson, Carolyn Perry, Nicole Peters, Arron Preston, Paige Preston, Bobbie Kay Turkett, Barbara Samfield, Sherry Sancibrian, Willow Sauermilch, Katie Stollings, Janice Stroud, Ellen Stubbe-Kester, Lisanne Taylor, Christy Weddington, Olivia Whitefield, Christi Wilson, Raedeen Wingate, Cherry Wright, Martha Wristen


Award Meanings

Award of Honors
The Award of Honors is presented to individual speech-language pathologists and/or audiologists who have been members of TSHA for 10 or more years, have contributed significantly to TSHA, and have demonstrated outstanding leadership and exemplary professional excellence.

Jack L. Bangs Award
The Jack L. Bangs award is presented to individual speech-language pathologists and/or audiologists who have been members of TSHA for 10 or more years and members of ASHA for 15 or more years, have contributed significantly to TSHA and ASHA, and have demonstrated outstanding leadership and exemplary professional excellence.

Hall of Fame Award
The Hall of Fame award is presented to speech-language pathologists (individuals and/or groups) who have demonstrated exemplary commitment and contribution in serving those with communication disorders.

Public Service Award
The Public Service award is presented to individuals other than speech-language pathologists and/or audiologists who have consistently supported the goals of TSHA and whose outstanding contributions and efforts have resulted in significant improvements of the quality of life for individuals with communication disorders.

Special Commendation Award
The Special Commendation Award is awarded to individual speech-language pathologists and/or audiologists who are members of TSHA in recognition of outstanding committee work or other association activity. This award is also presented to those individuals, other than speech-language pathologists and audiologists, who have supported the professions and the goals of TSHA during the immediate past year.

TSHA Nominee for the Rolland J. Van Hattum Award
(American Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation)

The TSHA Nominee for the Rolland J. Van Hattum Award is presented to an individual speech-language pathologist and/or audiologist in recognition of outstanding commitment and specific contribution to the delivery of speech-language pathology and/or audiology services in a school setting. Selection of the award recipient is based on the criteria established by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation.

TSHA Nominee for the Louis M. DiCarlo Award
(American Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation)

The TSHA Nominee for the Louis M. DiCarlo Award is presented to an individual speech-language pathologist and/or audiologist in recognition of advancement of knowledge in clinical practice as evidenced by significant accomplishment within the past three years. Selection of the award recipient is based on the criteria established by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation.

TSHA Nominee for the Frank R. Kleffner Clinical Career Award
(American Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation)

The TSHA Nominee for the Frank R. Kleffner Clinical Career Award is presented to an individual speech-language pathologist and/or audiologist in recognition of outstanding contributions to clinical science and practice in communication science and disorders over a period of 20 years or longer. Selection of the award recipient is based on the criteria established by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation.


1997-2008 TSHA Honors and Awards Recipients

Award of Honor
2008: Lynda Barbee, Denise Barringer, Melissa Sweeney
2007: Tiffany Sears Leach, Debra Bankston
2006: Janice Stroud
2005: Peggy Kipping
2004: Melanie McDonald, April Smith
2003: Mary Irene Burtis
2002: Julie Noel
2001: Judi Keller, Debbie Sears
2000: Lynn Flahive, Pat DeLuke, Peggy Meeks
1999: Cynthia Campbell, Thomas Fields
1998: Loretta Lee, Sherry Sancibrian, Joan Lynch
1997: Odette Gonzalez, Martha Wristen, Carolyn McCall

TSHA Public Service Awards
2006: Roy Bohrer, Stephanie McNickle
2005: Lee Reeves
2004: Timotea Garza, Rep. District 80
2003: Dorothy Cawthon, Skip Williams
2001: Rep. Elliott Naishtat, Sen. Mike Moncrief
1997: David McCall

Jack L. Bangs Awards
2008: Julie B. Noel
2007: Donise Pearson
2006: Lynn Flahive, Sherry Sancibrian
2001: Cherry Wright
2000: Gil Hanke
1997: Robbin Parish, Martha McGlothlin

Special Commendation Award
2005: Cherry Wright
2002: Peggy Kipping
2000: Banks Miller
1998: Lawrence Higdon

Hall of Fame
2007: Jan Lougeay
2004: Grace Middleton
2003: Frank Brister, Patricia Summers
2002: Allan Bird, Delva Culp, Tricia Krauss-Lehrman, Robert Thompson
2001: Mary Ann Acevedo
1999: Sandy Friel-Patti, Joe Helmick
1998: Jon K. Ashby

TSHA Nominee for the Rolland J. Van Hattum Award
2008: Cherry Wright
2007: Judy Rudebusch
2005: Mary Johns
2004: Sue Johnsen
2002: Judy Janak
2001: Judy Erwin, Karen King
1997: Roxie Klienworth Krahmer

TSHA Nominee for the Frank R. Kleffner Clinical Career Award
2004: Jon Ashby
2001: Elisabeth Wiig

Download a full list of TSHA Honors & Awards from 1972-2008

 
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