ASP Service Award

The American Society of Photographers Service Award was created to recognize members who volunteer within the organization. It is achieved by earning points through countless hours of service. In order to recognize and show appreciation for the time, talent and expertise generously contributed for the benefit of the American Society of Photographers and its members. The black ribbon and distinctive medallion is not just a symbol of hard work, but an indication of the selfless character of the person who wears it.

The Service Award Medallion is designed to demonstrate to your peers and customers your dedication and efforts to support and improve the American Society of Photographers. It should be worn at all photographic functions and presentations.

Once you have earned the initial 25 service points you will receive the Service Award Medallion at our annual Gala Dinner & Awards ceremony held in conjunction with PPA's Imaging USA. After you have earned your Service Award Medallion your continued service earns points toward Service Bars. For each additional 25 service points you earn you will receive a Service Bar. The Service Bars are attached on the ribbon with your Service Award Medallion.  

SERVICE AWARD REQUIREMENTS

  • Service Points requests MUST be submitted between March 1st and June 30th for service activities you completed in the prior year, to qualify for awards at the ASP Gala. Individuals must apply for the Service Award points on the ASP website by selecting Member Home and then the Service Tab. Select the Service Tab and click on Enter Past Service. You enter services one at a time and save them until you have entered them all. Select from the dropdown list of Service Categories/Roles. You can enter optional comments in the dialog box. Then click Save.
  • There is a Dashboard showing you your current Service Point status. Your Service Points will be listed in the Service Tab.
  • The Service Award Committee will review and approve the Service Points you submitted. You will see the status change.
  • 25 Service Points are required for the initial Service Award Medallion.
  • Recipient of the award must have been an ASP member in good standing for the year prior to receiving it.
  • Individuals not sure of their earned Service Award points, or who question the awarding of points, must submit written questions to the Service Award Committee Chair.
  • Points are awarded for the efforts within ASP only.
  • All point requests are subject to approval by the Service Award Chair and Committee. 
  • No points will be awarded for any activity for which the individual is a paid employee of ASP.
  • If you have questions about the ASP Service Award, contact the ASP Service Award Chair, Sharon Lobel by email: ShutterBugSharon@aol.com

SERVICE Point Entry Video - https://youtu.be/5sTcMLAerZQ

Past Service Award Recipients

NameCityState
Bruce BonnettRedlandsCA
Mel CarllValenciaCA
Bruce BonnettRedlandsCA
John PowersWest HillsCA
Stephanie A MillnerDPOAE
Jeff GulleFlowery BranchGeorgia
Dawn MuncyEnidOK
Ella CarlsonLittletonMA
Robert KuneshEuclidOH
John HerrelElginSC
Kenneth Bovat, Jr.ClaverackNY
Toni Johnson-HarrymanNorwalkIA
Kimberly SmithMuskogeeOK
Dwight OkumotoHonoluluHI
John HerrelElginSC
Sabina CavalliGreenvilleSC
Kristy SteevesMedinaOH
Gabriel I. AlonsoKerrvilleTX
Cheri HammonIdaho FallsID
Kenneth MartinDePereWI
William CampanelliePalm CoastFL
Judy ReinfordAllentownPA
Karen NakamuraGardenaCA
Bob CoatesSedonaAZ
Leslie KittenLubbockTX
Bryan WelshHillsboroOR
Rob BehmSpokane ValleyWA
Jeff JohnsonLongmontCO
Jessica VogelShelbyvilleKY
Miles AndonovClevelandOH
Sandra PearceOkeechobee,FL
Rick MassariniWestwegoLA
Peter YuSchaumburgIL
Steve ClarkLaurelMD
Michael TimmonsVassarMI
Ralph Romaguera Sr.MadisonvilleLA
Nancy EmmerichOklahoma CityOK
Roland LaramieWillimanticCT
Don EmmerichOklahoma CityOK
Sher CarrollHarleysvillePA
Russ Clift
Laurence Blaker
Dale HolladayThatcherAZ
Linda WeaverWinston-SalemNC
Morton Sobin (Deceased)
Warren Earl MottsGroveportOH
Doran WilsonAngolaIN
Robert Golding (Deceased)
Bonnie Costanzo (Deceased)
Jon AllynMilwaukeeWI
Charles Blakeslee
Sam Gardner
Jessica LozoyaAlbuquerqueNM
S. Lorraine JohnsonFranklinTN
Buddy M. Stewart (Deceased)
John PerrymanShawnee MissionKS
Tom McDonaldJonesboroAR
Colbert Howell Sr.MissoulaMT
Frank CricchioPort ArthurTX
James BastinckSwartswoodNJ
Horace Chase
Dennis HammonIdaho FallsID
John SteinFrederickMD
Kathryn MeekHot SpringsAR
Walter KlagesEnterpriseOR
William EatonLake StationIN
Kermit Buntrock
John LaVeccha
David Smith (Deceased)
Jerry CorneliusOK
D.D. Spellman
Lester Baker
Jason HaileyPlaya Del ReyCA
Jessica LozoyaAlbuquerqueNM
Louis Dworshak
Douglas PaisleySarniaON
J. Michael McBride
Kalen HendersonMt. PleasantIA
Ralph Hutchinson
Michael TaylorWilliamsburgVA
Albert Ravanelli
Drake BusathSalt Lake CityUT
Paul Linwood Gittings
A.R. Buehman
Janice HolladayThatcherAZ
Joseph Van Dolah
John Miele, Jr.EdisonNJ
Edgar Lobit (Deceased)
Helene GlassmanSanta BarbaraCA
Henry Leichter
Howard Webber
Terry Wood
William StevensonKeystone HgtsFL
Jerry CostanzoMcKeesportPA
Michael BartonNorth AuroraIL
Alma Gray
Nancy Bailey-PrattFishersIN
Suzanne FischerAtlanticIA
John HowellWinnetkaIL
Randy PetersonSeymourWI
Randy McNeillyShelbyNC
Ernie JohnsonRingoldGA
Linda DurhamRavennaKY
Robert Ball
Ray Goodrich
Richard TrummerFitchburgWI
Cindy RomanoBuckeyeAZ
Harper Leiper
James ChurchillGrantMI
Verna Madigan-Willett
Max Green
Thomas HennHampsteadNC
Robert WittmayerWoodstockGA
Marvel NelsonBlacksburgVA
Timothy MathiesenMission ViejoCA
Dan HammelSun City WestArizona
Ken Ball
Robert Symms (Deceased)
Doug BoxCaldwellTX
Jeanne Lindquist
Everett Stoffel
Gary MeekHot SpringsAR
Ed PediNorth AndoverMA
Thomas Jadwin (Deceased)
Elbridge Purdy
Maurice LeClair
Walter Crocker
La Mont De Bruhl
Carl Lewis
Charles Snow

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