Nominations Sought for Pasadena ISD's Distinguished Citizen
Posted on 09/13/2013

border  Nominations are now being accepted for the Pasadena ISD's Distinguished Citizen Award for 2013.
  The award is given annually to a local resident or business person who has demonstrated a strong commitment to the causes of education and youth-related activities in communities served by the Pasadena ISD.

  Nominees must demonstrate a commitment to the educational, social, spiritual and personal growth of the young people of our community through volunteer efforts in Pasadena schools or any youth-related organization. They must also reside or work within the boundaries of the school district.

  The Distinguished Citizen Award will be presented at a special reception in November. A bronze plaque will be dedicated at the reception and placed at the front entrance to the Administration Building.

  Those wishing to submit a nomination should return a completed form along with any supporting documentation such as newspaper clippings or resumes, by September 27.

  A nomination form can be accessed from the homepage of the Pasadena ISD website, or download a copy here.

  Nomin
ations may be submitted to Renea Ivy, Associate Superintendent for Communications, Pasadena ISD, 1515 Cherrybrook, Pasadena, TX 77502.
  For additional information, call 713-740-0247.

Past recipients of the Distinguished Citizen Award are:

2012 -- Linda Lukaszewski
 
2011 -- Dana Philibert

2010 -- Bill Barmore

2009 -- Terry Brotherton

2008 -- Carroll Smith

2007-- Herman Williams

2006 -- Charles Davis

2005 -- Emory Gadd

2004 -- Rosalie Kuntz

2003 -- Dr. Paul Covell

2002 -- Judy & Russell Lamontagne

2001 -- Eddie Dansby

2000 -- Gilbert Aguilar

1999 -- Denise Converse

1998 -- John Phelps

1997 -- Kathleen Morris

1996 -- Kathryn Whitfill

1995 -- Faye Schimek