Honorary Member of the House

The highest award of the House, presented at the annual meeting in recognition of a record of consistent, dedicated, and exemplary service to the House of Delegates through committee work and officer service (not required). Annual presentation is not required and there shall be no limitation of the number of annual recipients. Past recipients shall be invited to and publicly recognized at the annual meeting.

 

2020

Peter Mark Lloyd

Lawrence H. Wickstrom

2019

James S. McGhay

David G. Campbell

2018

Jeffrey William Lund

Dwight McClintock Moore

2017

Robert Randolph Ray

2016

Stephen A. Sonnenberg

Sigrunn Johnsen

2015

Donald Dean Clarke

George Robert Bole

2014

Edward Wyman Heath

2013

David Harold Hawk

2012

Larry L. Jones

2011

John Richard Hogg

2010

Martin D. Hewitt

2009

Terry L. Hollrah

2007

Edward D. Dolly, PhD

2006

Valary L. Schulz

2005

Daniel Lester Smith

2004

Royce P. Carr

2003

Thomas Mairs

2002

Willard R. Green

2001

Martha Lou Broussard

2000

Patrick John F. Gratton

Presentation of House of Delegates' Honorary Member Award to Jim McGhay at the Opening Session, Annual Convention & Exhibition in San Antonio, Texas on May 19, 2019.
Presentation of House of Delegates' Honorary Member Awards to Jeff Lund and Clint Moore at the Opening Session, Annual Convention & Exhibition in Salt Lake City, Utah on May 21, 2018.
Rules and Procedures for Granting Awards
  1. All awards shall be given only to recognize persons for their service to the house of delegates.
  2. Current membership in the House of Delegates is not required.
  3. The Honors and Awards Committee shall prepare the title, description of and qualifications for any new award proposed by the committee to be established, and shall forward the same to the rules and procedures committee. All awards will be presented in the year following the year the award is established.
  4. All awards shall be established by amendment to these rules and procedures.
  5. No Honors and Awards Committee member shall receive an award while serving on that committee.
  6. No AAPG Member shall receive more than one House award in any one year. A Member being voted two or more such awards in the same year shall retain the highest award and relinquish the lower one(s). The award ranking shall be 1) Honorary Member, 2) Distinguished Member, and 3) Long Service. This shall not preclude that member from receiving one or more of the other awards at a later time. No current holder of or candidate for any AAPG office, no current holder of or candidate for any HoD office, no immediate past chair of the HoD, no president or candidate for president of any AAPG Division, and no candidate for a position on the Advisory Council may be nominated for an HoD award except an HoD Recognition of Service Award.

HoD Awards

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Headquarters Contacts

Vicki L. Beighle
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