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Citizen Hall of Fame receives more than 100 nominations

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The Spokane Public Library Foundation (SPLF) and the City of Spokane announces that the Inaugural Citizen Hall of Fame public nomination process is closed and more than 120 nominations were received. The Spokane Public Library Foundation (SPLF) and the City of Spokane announces that the Inaugural Citizen Hall of Fame public nomination process is closed and more than 120 nominations were received.
SPOKANE, Wash. - The Inaugural Citizen Hall of Fame public nomination closed this week and the Spokane Public library Foundation and City of Spokane announce they received more than 120 nominations. 


The top three finalists in each of the six categories will be announced on Friday, March 6, and the inductees and honorable mentions will be announced at an awards breakfast on Thursday, April 2nd. 


The Spokane Citizen Hall of Fame will recognize citizens, both living and deceased, who have made significant contributions to the city of Spokane. 


The categories are: 

1. Arts and Letters: for activities that enhance and support the artistic/cultural and literary life and well-being of the community

2. Economic Development and Business: for entrepreneurial activity or significant contributions toward the economic betterment of Spokane

3. Education: for enriching and inspiring lifelong learning in our community

4. Innovation and Leadership: for activities that cultivate strong innovation and leadership city-wide

5. Public Service and Philanthropy: for exemplary voluntary and public service activities that benefit the community

6. Science, Health and Medicine: for individuals who have made significant contributions in the area of science or medicine

The full list of nominees include: 


Jeanne Ager
Mary M. Ammann
Harold Balazs
Bernadine Bank
Ned Barnes
Greg Belenky
Bill Bialkowski
Dr. Carl Bodenstein
Richard Mark Boysen
Jeanette Brenner
Bobby Brett
Gordon Budke
Keith H. Campbell
James Chase
David Clack
Doug Clark
The Honorable Harold Clarke Sr.
Judy Cole
Kandy Jess Conrad
James Cowles
Stacey Cowles
Kimberly Curry
Mary Drew
Dr. Mable Dunbar
Linda Finney
Lupito Flores
Mike Foley
Thomas S. Foley
F. Sylvin Fulwiler
Bernice Furukawa
Dr. Hrair Garabedian
Jack Geraghty

William (Bill) Hawley
Dennis P. Hession
Mary Higgins
Sarah Hilsen
Peg Hopkins
Dorothy Hortsmann
Donald F. Kardong
Albert R. Kelly
Stoddard King
Jennifer Knickerbocker
Moritz Kundig
Tony Lamanna
Margaret Jean Leonard
Gary Livingston
Jack Lucas
Janet Mann
Paul Mann
Jan Martines
Vicki McNeill
Marion Moos
Scott Morris
John Murinko
Lee Nelson
Ed Neunherz
Russ Nobbs
Nathan O'Brien
Daniel K. Oliver
Carole Parks
Reinhold A. Pearson
Carla Peperzak
Dorothy Powers
Marvo Reguindin

Chad Rattray
Jim Ray
John F. Reilly
Bernard J. (Society of Jesus) Rev. Coughlin
Herb Robinson
Bill Robinson
John Rodkey
Fenton Samuel Roskelley
Gerald (Jerry) L. Saling
Wendell Satre
Marnie Schroer
Pam Shelson
Ken Shelton
James Sims
Lydia Sims
Liz Sinclair
Michael R. Smith
Steven M. Smith
Larry Stuckart
Norman Thorpe
Dr. Katherine R. Tuttle
Jess Walter
W. Otto Warn
Ron Wells
Dr. Elizabeth Welty
Dr. Allen Wesley
Aubrey L. White
Dr. Curtis Wickre
Myrtle Woldson
Walt Worthy




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