2015 Distinguished Citizen Nominations Sought

2015 Distinguished Citizen Nominations Sought
Posted on 07/08/2015
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Pictured left: The Pasadena ISD Distinguished Citizen Walk of Honor displays bronze plaques of each honoree at the administration building.

Pasadena ISD is accepting nominations for the 2015 Distinguished Citizen Award. 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 live or work within the boundaries of the school district.

The Distinguished Citizen Award will be presented at a special reception in the fall. 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 August 14.

To submit a nomination and to see more information about past honorees, visit:

For additional information, call 713-740-0186.

Past recipients of the Distinguished Citizen Award are:

2014 – Nelly Quijano

2013 – Melvin Cowart

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