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Distinguished Public Service Award
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1979
Granville Oral Roberts
President
Oral Roberts University

Scott E. Orbison
Secretary
Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education

1978
Edgar L. Harden, ED.D., LL.D.
President
Michigan State University

1977
David L. Boren
Governor
State of Oklahoma

Philip Adler, D.O.
President
American Osteopathic Association

Lloyd E. Rader
Director
Department of Institutions, Social and Rehabilitive Services

1976
Kenneth M. Endicott, M.D.
Administrator
Health Resources Administration
United States Public Health Service
Department of Health, Education and Welfare

Russell D. Vaught
Vice-Chairman
Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education

Walter L. Wilson, D.O., FACOS
President
Oklahoma Osteopathic Association

Robert G. Gillson, D.O. FACGP
Member - Board of Trustees
American Osteopathic Association

James F. Routsong, D.O.
Immediate Past President
Oklahoma Educational Foundation for Osteopathic Medicine

Bob E. Jones
Executive Director
Oklahoma Osteopathic Association

1975
Myron S. Magen, D.O.
Dean
Michigan State University
College of Osteopathic Medicine

Joe. F.Gary
Chairman
Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education

G. Ellis Gable
Secretary
Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education

Geron W. Meeks, D.O.
President
Oklahoma Osteopathic Association

Edward A. Felmlee, D.O. FACOS
Chairman
College Advisory Committee of the
Oklahoma Osteopathic Association

Robert D. McCollough, D.O.
Member
College Advisory Committee of the
Oklahoma Osteopathic Association

1974
David Hall
Governer
State of Oklahoma

James E. Hamilton
President Pro Tempore
Oklahoma State Senate

William P. Willis
Speaker
Oklahoma State Senate

E. T. Dunlap, ED.D
Chancellor
The Oklahoma State System of Higher Education

Finis T. Smith
Former President
Oklahoma State Senate

 

The Distinguished Public Service Award

The Distinguished Public Service Award is presented to individuals for achievements in the following areas:

Development of medical education so as to embody the highest standards of excellence and dedicated teaching;

Improvements in health care for the community, state, and nation;

Advancement of ideals that contribute to building a better society.