Leadership for a Lifetime Awards

Leadership Worthington recognizes leadership in the Worthington area community through the organization’s Leadership for a Lifetime Awards Program. Because the quality of leadership makes a significant difference in every organization, Leadership Worthington feels it is important to recognize outstanding leadership and service in its community and to provide leadership role models for others.

Nominees must live or work within the Worthington School District. They must display leadership qualities and be nominated by someone other than a relative (except for elementary school age group awards). There is an expectation that the nominee will complete a leadership questionnaire, submit a biographical paragraph, and, if selected share their leadership experience with others at the Leadership Worthington Annual Meeting (5/16/17) as well as throughout the year.  The Nominator will be asked to introduce their nominee at the Annual Meeting as well, should their candidate be selected.

If you know someone who deserves one of these awards, feel free to tell us about him or her. Download the LFLT 2017 Nomination Form (PDF)

When submitting a Leadership for a Lifetime Award nomination by mail, print the form, fill it out, and return it to the address listed. (Downloading the PDF form requires Adobe Acrobat Viewer available for free here.)

Leadership For a Lifetime Award winners:

Engraved Bricks with each winners name have been placed in the front walk-way of Worthington City Hall.

2017

  • C.J. Carpenter
  • Naya Roebke
  • Leah Kinzer
  • Jerry Katz
  • John Snouffer

2016

  • Blake Ament
  • Carson Kott
  • Molly Kate Cline
  • Bonnie Michael
  • Pete Scully

2015

  • Reily Howard
  • Bianca Crank
  • Grant Smith
  • Rob Mottice
  • Barry Bennett

2014

  • Christina Charley
  • Jane Farrell
  • Jasmin Singh
  • Lori Povisil
  • Bill Owen

2013

  • Gordan Liu
  • Graham Heaton
  • Casey Keegan
  • Jennifer Wene
  • Penny Jones

2012

  • Katriese DeLeon
  • Ally Keep
  • Lindsay Lawell
  • Mayor Harvey Minton
  • Jim Sauer

2011

  • Lauryn Hickman
  • Samantha Crozier
  • Frances Lin
  • Richard Macer
  • Natalie Moore

2010

  • Gavin Ware
  • Grant Nash
  • Seung Wan (Andrew) Paik
  • Lynn Nadler
  • Rob Wendling

2009

  • Cassady Watson
  • Hannah Vincent
  • Rebecca Alexander
  • Jeff Appel

2008

  • Mark L. Eisenman (posthumously)
  • Kathy H. Moore
  • Eric “Beanie” Hallfrisch
  • Michael Allison
  • Jill Trimmel

2007

  • Cheyenne Buckingham
  • Kaily Bowman
  • Zak Phillips
  • Sandra Byers

2006

  • Lauren Barnhart
  • Holly Walton
  • Eric Ness
  • William Wentz
  • Kathryn Paugh

2005

  • Hayley Kuch
  • Courtney Reeder
  • Latoya Peterson
  • Lou Briggs and Mary Greenlee

2004

  • Greg Benson
  • Lou Goorey
  • Jim McElligott
  • Fareed Moustoufi
  • Joshua Perger

2003

  • Judy Barnhart
  • Brian Benson
  • Joan Bird
  • Jordan Linn
  • Jill Tremmel

2002

  • Julie Anstine
  • Philip Bunting
  • Jim Callahan
  • Ashley Coen
  • Sharon Keaney

 

2001

  • Chuck Claibourne
  • Daniel Giannamore
  • Donna Kelley (deceased)
  • Megan Riffee
  • A.J. Senff, 2001

2000

  • Allan Buller
  • Amira Choueiki
  • Eric Luttrell
  • Behrad Mahdi
  • Saul Seigel

1999

  • Jeffrey August
  • Emily Douglas
  • Meribah Mansfield
  • Jane Trucksis (deceased)
  • Stephanie Yang

1998

  • Pete Barnhart
  • Kimberly Carvey
  • Arthur W. Richey II
  • Claire Russell
  • Mary Tomer

1997

  • Michelle Baker
  • Lindsay Berarducci
  • John Butterfield
  • Jessica Carvey
  • Nancy Goorey

1996

  • Erin Ferris
  • Hugh Flaherty
  • Theresa Blackwell
  • Robert McCarthy
  • Frank White

1995

  • Julie Carvey
  • Courtney Chapman
  • Laura Mauro
  • Sue McNaghten
  • Elizabeth Paugh

1994

  • Phil Giessler
  • Merilee Karr
  • Adam Minister
  • Jessica Robertson
  • Cheryl Zeiger

 

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