PRESS RELEASE 93-02
Lori J. Rachul
Eleven NASA Lewis Research Center Employees Receive "Silver Snoopy
Award" Cleveland, OH -- Astronaut Ron M. Sega recently presented
11 NASA Lewis Research Center employees with the astronauts' personal
achievement award, the "Silver Snoopy".
The "Silver Snoopy" is awarded to individuals who have performed an
outstanding effort contributing to the success of manned space flight
missions. Emphasis is placed on efforts enhancing the probability of
Each honoree receives a Snoopy Award, a silver pin in the form of
Snoopy garbed in space helmet and space suit, a certificate and a
letter of commendation personally signed by an astronaut citing the
appreciation of the astronauts.
Awards were personally presented by Astronaut Sega at each individuals
workplace. Following is the list of awardees and their hometowns:
Robert L. Butcher Electronic & Control Systems Division Berea William
K. Coho Electronic & Control Systems Division Vermillion
Richard DeLombard Space Experiments Division Wadsworth Paul S.
Greenberg Space Experiments Division Cleveland Heights
John B. Haggard Space Experiments Division Rocky River Richard H.
Knoll Space Experiments Division Berea
Sheldon J. Meyer Propulsion & Fluid Systems Division Avon Lake Angel
M. Otero Space Experiments Division Elyria
Dennis W. Rohn Propulsion & Fluid Systems Division Parma Heights
William K. Thompson Electronic & Control Systems Division Middleburg
Joyce S. Wanhainen Structural Systems Division Westlake
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