A Tribute to Our 25-Year Members

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A Tribute to Our 25-Year Members


The National Environmental Health Association thanks and honors the individuals listed below, who have been members of the association for 25 years or longer. We sincerely appreciate their commitment to the association and to the environmental health profession.

a

James M. Abbott, RS

Warran Abrahams, REHS, MSPH

V. Harry Adrounie, PhD

A. Vincent Agovino, Jr., REHS/RS

Karen L. Ahrendt, RS

Anthony C. Aiken

Tunde M. Akinmoladun, PhD

David L. Alton, REHS-E

Herbert Anderson, RS

Kevin F. Anderson

George W. Armistead

Bennett H. Armstrong, RS

Thomas W. Ashton, CPSS, REHS

John D. Atkinson

John R. Bagby, Jr., PhD

b

John A. Baghott

Jeffrey L. Bain, BCE

Denis L. Baker

Ned E. Baker, RS

Richard A. Baker

James J. Balsamo, Jr., MS,

MPH, MHA, RS, CP-FS

Marian B. Balster

Jim D. Barlow, REHS

Dr. Darryl B. Barnett, MPH,

DrPH, RS, DAAS

Frank H. Barr, RS

Myron Bateman

Dale M. Bates

Vance E. Baucom

Dennis J. Bauer, REHS/RS

Frank L. Bedey, RS

John E. Benko

Steve L. Berry, REHS, DAAS

Jackie L. Bethel, RS

Lawrence L. Bishop

Robert P. Bishop

David R. Black

Lee A. Bland

James D. Blaylock, REHS

Arthur W. Bloom

James J. Boddy

Shirley B. Bohm, RS

Vernon M. Bolz, RPS

John W. Bonsett, RS

Robert T. Bowland

Nancy Bowser

Valerie L. Branback

David C. Breeding

Steven M. Breithaupt, RS

Robert E. Brewster, RS

Glenn J. Brown

Robert C. Brown

Sanford M. Brown, PhD

D. Bruce

Albert H. Brunwasser

Myrna Jo Buckles

William C. Buckley

Jake F. Buckner, RS

Larry A. Bunn, REHS

Jackson C. Burgess

Joseph T. Busciglio, RS

Thomas J. Butts, MSc, REHS, RHSP

c

Brian E. Cagle, REHS

Alfred B. Caisse, RS

Steven Calichman

Judith B. Cameron

Dennis P. Campbell, RS

Dorothy A. Campbell, RS

Lawrence L. Carlson, RS

John H. Carmody

John W. Carr

Franklin B. Carver

Karen A. Casale

Paula J. Champagne

Dr. Leland Chan, PH

Bruce R. Chelikowsky

Vickie L. Church, MPA, REHS

L. Bruce Clabaugh, RS

Richard F. Clapp, RS

Nancy M. Clark

Richard W. Clark, Jr., REHS

John W. Clayton, RS

C. Dee Clingman

Rodney L. Coker, RS

Troy Cole, RS

Dora M. Coleman

Gary E. Coleman, RS, DAAS, CP-FS

Gordon C. Coleman

Elwin B. Coll, RS

Gary A. Collins

Harold D. Colter

William D. Compton, REHS

David R. Conrad, RS

Kenneth L. Conright, REHS

Mr. John B. Conway, REHS, MS, MPH, PhD

Gary B. Cooper

Murray Cooper

Robert T. Cooper

Ralls M. Coston, II

Stanley R. Cowan

Sidney Coyne, RS

Wayne T. Craney

Alan M. Croft, REHS

P. Wayne Croughn, RS dJohn J. D'Agnese

Ralph J. D'Aries

Brian C. Dalshaug, REHS/RS

d

John H. Dame, REHS

Helen Damon, REHS

Trenton G. Davis

Daniel De La Rosa

Edward A. Deep, RS

Vincent DeFilippo

Joseph Del Ferro, RS

Alan J. Dellapenna, Jr., RS

Robert DeLuca

Bruce J. DeLussa, RS

Roger L. DeRoos

James E. Devore, REHS

Thomas E. Dickey, REHS

James D. Dingman, REHS

Michael J. Doherty

June B.

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