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Distinguished Public Service Award
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1989
No award given

1988
Leona R. Limon
Member
Board of Regents

R. Jeanne Roush
Member
Board of Regents

Thomas J. Carlile, D.O.
Member
Board of Regents

Fred D. Cormack
Member
Board of Regents

Fannie D. Hill
Member
Board of Regents

Simon D. Parker
Member
Board of Regents

1987
Bobby J. Adams, D.O.
Member
Inaugural Class of 1977
Sports Medical Specialist

1986
Edward J. Coyle, Ed.D
Senior Vice-Chancellor for Fiscal Affairs
Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education

Dan S. Hobbs, Ph.D.
Senior Vice-Chancellor for Planning and Policy Research
Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education

Edwin B. Strong, Ph.D.
Director of Development
The University of Tulsa

Rudolph J. Wolf, D.O.
Osteopathic Physician
One of the first appointed as Faculty Member - 1974

1985
Louis H. Eskme, D.O.
Commodore
United States Navy

Avalon B. Reece
Assistant Secretary
Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education

J. D. Helms
Member
Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education

Rodney T. Houlihan, Ph.D.
Acting President
The Oklahoma College of Osteopathic Medicine and Surgery

1984
No award given

1983
Marian P. Opala
Supreme Court Justice
State of Oklahoma

Bert H. Mackie
Secretary
Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education

Howard C. Baldwin, D.O., FACOS
Co-Founder
Oklahoma Osteopathic Hospital

1982
Edward P. Crowell, D.O.
Former Executive Director
American Osteopathic Association

James L. Mills
Chairman
Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education

Eugene L. Swearingen, Ph.D.
Vice-Chairman
Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education

1981
Jenkin Lloyd Jones
Editor and Publisher
The Tulsa Tribune

Robert J. Lafortune
Former Mayor
City of Tulsa

1980
George P. Nigh
Governor
State of Oklahoma

Bob F. Allee
Chairman
Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education

 

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