Members Celebrate Milestone Anniversaries

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Members Celebrate Milestone Anniversaries


ACA is proud to recognize the following members for their extended commitment to the association. We know we are only as strong as our members, and your continued support encourages us to work harder on your behalf. So thank you to the members listed below, and to all our members for their dedication to ACA and the corrections field.

55 Years

Joseph Coughlin, Wisconsin

50 Years

George Sullivan, Oregon

45 Years

James Harvey, South Carolina; Eugene Lefevre, New York; Lynn Muhvich, Wisconsin; Ashbel Wall, Rhode Island

40 Years

Martin Bohn, Florida; Helen Corrothers, Maryland; Richard Crane, Tennessee; John Gebhart, Tennessee; Robert Homant, Michigan; Ron Jackson, Texas; Victoria Myers, Missouri; William O'Sullivan, Illinois; Michael Page, Florida; Marcella Rapp, Colorado; T.D. Taylor, Ohio; Hal Whitley, Oregon

35 Years

Jon Bowman, Washington; Robert Brown, Maryland; Dan Buehler, Florida; Dennis Cunningham, Maryland; Donald Dease, South Carolina; Margaret Graziano, Oregon; Edward Hammock, New York; Sonia Hoyt. Oregon; Polly Johnson, Texas; Robert Kelsey, Ohio; Don Knueve, Ohio; Ruben McBeth, Colorado; R. Dan McGehee, South Carolina; Larry Miesner, Florida; Glenn Morrison, Arizona; Carol Lee Moses, Washington; Vincent Nathan, Ohio; William Patrick, Florida; Everett Perrin, Florida; Walter Ridley, Maryland; Herbert RoselleId, North Carolina; Anthony Scillia, Nevada; Donald Sorochan, British Columbia; Ray Tamminga, Michigan; Martin Von Holden, Florida; Rex Zent, Ohio

30 Years

Jim Aboytes, California; Luther Adkins, Virginia; Herb Bernsen, Missouri; Paul Bohac, Florida; T. Glen Brown, California; Ronald Budzinski, Illinois; Mary Leftridge Byrd, Georgia; Stephen Carter, South Carolina; Linda Connelly, California; Mark Coulter, Michigan; Dennis Cowan, New York; David Culter, Colorado; Gary Dennis, Washington, D.C.; Peggy Devaney, Michigan; J. Stephen Dix, Ohio; Donald Dorsey, New Mexico; James Dupree, Alabama; John Geyer, Texas; Margarette Ghee, Ohio; John Greene, Missouri; Joel Hamilton. New Mexico; Robert Hannigan, Kansas; Leslie Harris, Colorado; David Howe, Michigan; Russ lmmarigeon, New York; Joyce Jackson, Oklahoma; Michael Janus, Maryland; Charles Johnson, Michigan; Jerome Johnson, Illinois; Thomas Kane, Washington, D.C.; Florence Kaufman, New York; Elsa Legesse, Pennsylvania; Orlando Martinez, Georgia; Fordyce Mason, South Carolina; Kirk McVittie, Michigan; Ben Murray, Maryland; Bruce Orenstein, Maryland; Allen Peaton, Alabama; Keven Pellant, Kansas; William Powers. New York; Antonio Ramos, Kansas; Randolph Savage, Illinois; Noreen Sawatzki, Michigan; Kathleen Schaefer, Michigan; Mary Shea-Hellervik, Minnesota; Anthony Siconolfi, New York; David Slate, Maryland; Mitchell Sowell, South Carolina; Michael Stark, Arkansas; Kevin Stichter, Pennsylvania; Thomas Stickrath, Ohio; Jeanne Stinchcomb, Florida; Clarice Stovall-Hill, Michigan; John Summers, Ohio; Edward Szostak, New York; Don Taylor, Florida; John Vanyur, Maryland; Joseph Vene, Minnesota; George Vose, Massachusetts; Arthur Wallenstein, Maryland; John Whalen, Iowa; David White, Ohio; Janis Willis, Michigan; Marvin Wilson, Iowa; Allen Wright, Maine

25 Years

Diane Allwine, Ohio; David Altschuler, Virginia; Michael Antonucci, Massachusetts; Richard Barnhart, Colorado; Darlene Baugh; Iowa; Allen Beck, Missouri: Karl Becker, Illinois; Sheri Bellow, Maryland; Mary Benson, Connecticut; Kathy Black-Dennis, Washington, D.C.; Ann Bowers, South Carolina; Cindy Boyles, Florida; Ken Browning, Louisiana; Gayle Burrow, Oregon; Patricia Caruso, Michigan; Larry Coleman, Pennsylvania; Hugh Daley, Ohio; David Davis, Indiana; Henry Dobson, North Carolina; James Duke, Texas; Loren Else, Minnesota; Hans Faassen, North Carolina; John Ferroni, Michigan; Carl Frederick, South Carolina; John Ganthner, Nevada; Tracy Gearon, Ohio; Richard Gigliotti, Pennsylvania; Robert Goble, South Carolina; William Haggett, New York; Richard Hall, Florida; Michael Harling, Texas; Marie Hartsfield, North Carolina; Richard Henningsen, Nebraska; Artis Hobbs, Arkansas; Carl James, Georgia; Clyde King, Virginia; Eric Kosko, Oregon; Charles LaPolt, New York; Karen LaPolt, New York; Edgardo Lopez, New York; Maryann Marsh, Nevada; Edd Martin, New York; Jimmy May, New York; Steven McGowan, Pennsylvania; John Miller, Alabama; Charles Montgomery, Arizona; Wendell Orr, Colorado; Glen Parin, Arizona; Randy Parker, Oklahoma; Dutton Peters, Pennsylvania; Roger Peters, Florida; Jerry Peterson, Tennessee; Gary Poison, Oklahoma; William Radaker, Ohio; Don Redman, North Dakota; Kenneth Robinson, Tennessee; Reginald Robinson, Washington, D. …

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