Honors and Awards

Honors of the Foundation

This is the highest award bestowed by the Board of Trustees. It recognizes individuals whose contributions have significantly enhanced the work of the Foundation. The award is presented to either Masons or non-Masons whose personal philanthropy, dedicated leadership, and/or sustaining support have enabled the Foundation to achieve its mission and vision. A suitable trophy is presented to the recipient.

Recipients:

2004 John I. Ladd, 33°
2005 Dwight A. Hamilton, 33°
2006 William D. Hewit, 33°
2007 Bruce A. Kelley
The Rollie R. Kelley Family Foundation
2007 Katherine Kelley Huwaldt
The Rollie R. Kelley Family Foundation
2007 Barbara J. Kelley
The Rollie R. Kelley Family Foundation
2008 Deborah Hayes, Ph.D.
2008 George A. Frohlick, 32° KCCH
2008 Neva Frohlick
2009 Ben M. Crossno, 33°
2010 Lee E. Schlessman, 33°, Grand Cross

Award Nomination Form (pdf file).
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Distinguished Service Award

This is the second highest award bestowed by the Board of Trustees. It recognizes individuals or groups who contribute time or talents to improving services in RiteCare programs. The award is presented to either Masons or non-Masons whose contributions in time and/or talents have significantly improved the operations of the Foundation or care of children in the RiteCare programs.

Recipients:

2004 Denver Consistory Ladies
2005 John S. Russell, 33°
2006 Ashley S. Buss, 32° KCCH
2007 Sandra D. Morrison
Vice President, Children's Hospital Colorado Foundation
2007 Valerie Hernandez
Special Assistant to Deborah Hayes, Ph.D.
Children's Hospital Colorado
2008 James L. Nunn, 33°
2008 Norman L. Hoff, 33°
2008 Juanita Hoff
2009 Otsie Stowell, 32° KCCH
2009 Virginia Howey
Director, The Piñon Project
2010 James L. Martin, III, Ph.D.
2011 Kathleen Fahey, Ph.D.
UNC RiteCare Clinic Director
2011 Southern Colorado Scottish Rite Masons

Award Nomination Form (pdf file).
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