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The Exceptional Achievement Service Award recognizes individuals who have provided exceptional service to the electrical apparatus sales and service industry. The award is presented at the annual Association convention.
Individuals nominated must have rendered exceptional service to the electrical apparatus industry on a local, national or international basis. They need not be employed by a member firm.
Any member may nominate an individual to receive the award and may submit more than one nomination in any given year. Companies are not eligible. Nominations must include specific reasons for the nomination and be accompanied by at least three corroborating letters of recommendation. Nominations may be made to present the award posthumously. All nominations are automatically reentered into the pool of nominations for a period of five years after the nomination is received.
The final selection of the award recipient will be at the sole discretion of the International Nominating Committee. Members of the International Nominating Committee are not eligible to submit nominations, second nominations, nor to be nominated for the years during which they serve on that committee.
Note: The design of the Exceptional Achievement Service Award was changed in 2007 and again in 2017.
Recipient of the 2019 EASA Award
Recipient of the 2018 EASA Award
Recipient of the 2017 EASA Award
Recipient of the 2016 EASA Award
Charles M. Evans
Recipient of the 2015 EASA Award
Recipient of the 2014 EASA Award
Michael G. Pence
Recipient of the 2013 EASA Award
Recipient of the 2012 EASA Award
E. Steve Darby
Recipient of the 2011 EASA Award
Recipient of the 2010 EASA Award
David Walters, OBE
Recipient of the 2009 EASA Award
Recipient of the 2008 EASA Award
Austin H. Bonnett
Recipient of the 2007 EASA Award
J. Edward Jenkins, Sr.
Recipient of the 2006 EASA Award
Roland S. Boreham, Jr.
Recipient of the 2005 EASA Award
Fred S. Stephens
Recipient of the 2004 EASA Award
Denver J. Weigel
Recipient of the 2003 EASA Award
Recipient of the 2002 EASA Award
Walter L. Corbin
Recipient of the 2001 EASA Award
James J. Anderson
Recipient of the 2000 EASA Award
Paul M. Potter, Jr.
Recipient of the 1999 EASA Award
Recipient of the 1998 EASA Award
Recipient of the 1997 EASA Award