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April 30, 2013

Honoring individuals and businesses in Marlow

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MARLOW — Previous Marlow Chamber of Commerce Banquet winners:

Outstanding Citizen Award

2011 – Gary Newberry

2010 – Chuck Hill.

2009 – Tommy Adkinson.

2008 – L. Don Graham.

2007 – Leroy Walker.

2006 – Dr. Joe Ligon.

2005 – Jerome McCalvin.

2004 – Dr. Ray McCarter.

2003 – Peggy Darnall.

2002 – Bob Hill.

2001 – Lisa Christensen.

2000 – Mickey Hoy.

1999 – Bettie Cooper.

1998 – D.B. Green.

1997 – Janie Crownover, Orvel Robinson.

1996 – Kay Newberry, Dr. Lyndon Graf.

1995 – Ann Brown, Dewayne Boyles.

1994 – Carolyn Whaley, Lonnie Patterson.

1993 – Trelma Cricket Holland, Max Pyron.

1992 – Helen Thomas, Ricky Brown.

1991 – Shirley Wheat, Harbour Whitaker.

1990 – Barbara Logue, Tom Wheat.

1989 – Debbe Ridley, Mike Rogers.

1988 – Jane McBride, Bill Carter.

1987 – Terrie Phillips, Stan Booker.

1986 – Marcia Pendley, Keith Flanagan.

1985 – Gail Bailey, Steve Dobey.

1984 – Jan Flanagan, Les Dawson.

1983 – Glenda Ousley, Terry Brown.

1982 – Leah Green, Dr. Bruce Scott.

1981 – Janet Loveless.

1980 – Darvin Allen.

1979 – Alice Underwood, Rev. R. T. Perrin.

1978 – Russell Stone.

1977 – Alene Alexander, Ed Bailey.

1976 – Mary Lou Mahaffey, Jim Taylor.

1975 – Mrs. Nolan Hubbs, Homer Cobb.

1974 – Mrs. W.B. Bickerstaff, D.B. Green.

1973 – Mrs. Garland Smith, Scott Ousley.

1972 – Mrs. O.T. Hammond, Tom Mahaffey.

1971 – Mrs. Joe Hogan, George Armstrong.

1970 – Mrs. Sam Whitaker, John Mitchell.

1969 – Mrs. Albert Stone, Earl Robins.

1968 – Mrs. Pat Watson, Ray Cox.

1967 – Mrs. Homer Callaway, James Ditmer.

1966 – Mrs. Dixon Graves, Jesse Adkins.

1965 – Mrs. A.L. Schrock, Ernest Muncrief.

1964 – Mrs. John Mitchell, Garland Smith.

1963 – Mrs. John Howard, Ira Green.

1962 – Mrs. Homer Wood, Harry Callaway.

1961 – Mrs. Cleve Terry, E.B. Turley.

1960 – Mrs. O.L. Smith, Penn Rabb Jr.

Free Enterprise Award

2011 – Mark and Fran Gildon, The Tool Box

2010 – Wilco Machine & Fab Inc.

2009 – D5r. Lyndon and Debbie Graf, Marlow Veterinary Clinic.

2008 – Ken and Sherrie Austin, KFXI.

2007 – Jeff Gregston, Gregston Nursing Home.

2006 – Gary and Kay Newberry, Newberry Express Pharmacy.

2005 – David Heien, Marlow Lumber Co.

2004 – Tony and Kristy Anderson, Emu Products Inc.

2003 – Brian and Denise Cintio, Giuseppe’s Italian Dining

2002 – Mike Evans, Marlow Food Market

2001 – Johnny and Christy Monsey, Monsey Construction.

2000 – Pete Boles and Kris Boles, Wilco Manufacturing Co. Inc.

1999 – Chuck Hill, Jan L Construction/Marlow Roofing.

1998 – Jim and Louise Littrell, High Chaparral.

1997 – Dr. Kent King and Dr. Miguel Sabedra, Marlow Physicians Clinic.

1996 – Kay and Larry Martin, Martin’s Discount Grocery.

1995 – No award.

1994 – Paula and Stan Booker, Hop & Sack.

1993 – Helen Thomas, Nita’s Flowers & Gifts.

1992 – Garland Smith, Callaway-Smith-Cobb Funeral Home.

1991 – Bill and Tom Wheat, Cable Meat Center.

1990 –Mike and Betty Blundell, Sonic Drive In.

1989 – Bill Bernhart, Sooner Trailer.

1988 – Judy Warren and Rovena Branum, Judy K’s and Shoe Bazaar.

1987 – Jerry and Sharon Hornbuckle, Hornbuckle Nursery.

1986 – Jack Graves, Jack’s Pharmacy.

1985 – John Mitchell, Mitchell & Mitchell.

1984 – Dorman Flinn, Flinn Furniture.

1983 – Gary Halford.

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