Two AAPG members have been added to the list of those
who are being honored this year with the association's Distinguished
Those added to the list of award winners are Charles A. Caughey
and Ian D. Collins. They, like all award winners, will be
honored during the opening session June 3 at the AAPG annual meeting
The Honors & Awards Subcommittee of the Advisory Council,
chaired by Richard S. Bishop, submitted the names of Caughey and
Collins to receive the award after the list of 25 people and a publishing
company was previously approved for awards by the Executive Committee
and published in the December EXPLORER. The Executive Committee
accepted the Subcommittee's recommendation.
Caughey, of Unocal in Bangkok, Thailand, and Collins, of Gulf
Indonesia, Singapore, will receive the award that is presented to
those who have distinguished themselves in singular and beneficial
long-term service to AAPG.
Others to receive the Distinguished Service award in Denver are
Elizabeth B. Campen, Robert L. Countryman, Ben D. Hare, Jean R.
Lemmon, Tom Mairs and Wolfgang E. Schollnberger.