Pacific Northwest Region


Summary of Awards

Individual Awards:





Distinguished Service Award

October 1st

December 15th  


Fellowship Award

October 1st

December 15th


Lifetime Achievement Award

October 1st

December 15th


PNR Distinguished Service Award

Description: The PNR Distinguished Service Award will be bestowed on individuals who have greatly contributed to our association through specific participation and dedicated service.

Award Type: Paper Certificate; Up to two (2) awards

Qualification of Candidates: 

  •    The candidate must be a A4LE member in good standing.
  •     Long and distinguished service to the council and/or profession. This service may have been achieved by lengthy, continued and outstanding performance on regional committees, task forces, programs, etc.  or by association with numerous facilities-related projects that produced a positive impact on education.
  •    One or two major activities that the individual played a significant role in that had a definite, positive impact on the council, the region and/or the profession.
  •    Long and outstanding performance of service to the Association, region and/or profession through activities with the regional organization.  The service at the regional level should parallel in significance the activities described.

Scoring Criteria:

25      Quality of service and leadership to A4LE at the chapter and regional level.

25      Contributions to advancing the association’s Strategic Plan by serving on committees and task groups.

50      Contribution to advancing and promoting the mission of A4LE

Timeline:  The regional chapters to submit their chapter awards to the PNR Past President by December 15th of every year.

Submission Requirements:  On behalf of the nominee, a chapter shall prepare the following submittal and submit it by the deadline referenced above:

•    Submittal shall be limited to 2 – 8 ½ x 11”, 12 pt font
•    Please provide the following:
o    Name
o    Firm/Institution
o    Address
o    Phone
o    Email
o    Title/Position
o    Specify Activity for Which Nominated
o    Name of Submitter
o    Date Submitted

PNR Fellowship Award

Description: The PNR Fellow designation will be bestowed on individuals who have consistently contributed to the association in the highest manner possible. A Fellow is the most respected member of the A4LE PNR community. They represent the mark of excellence in the industry in which they serve and are recognized as those that advanced the association and its mission; A significant honor that ranks second in importance only to PNR Lifetime Achievement Award.

Award Type: Paper Certificate; Up to two (2) awards

Qualification of Candidates: 
•    Active member of A4LE for 10 years
•    20 years of experience contributing to design of educational facilities and environments.

Scoring Criteria:

10    Quality of professional certifications and/or industry specific designations
10    Willingness to share professional knowledge via presentations and/or publications over a period of time
10    Quality of service and leadership to A4LE at the chapter and regional level
10    Contributions to advancing the association’s Strategic Plan by serving on committees and task groups
50    Overall long-term contribution to advancing and promoting the mission of A4LE
10    Impact of the quality of the nominee’s mentorship to other A4LE members

Timeline:  Chapter nominations are due to PNR Past President on or before December 15th of every year. 

Submission Requiremens: On behalf of the nominee, a chapter shall prepare the following submittal and submit it by the deadline referenced above:

•    Submittal shall be limited to 3 pgs – 8 ½ x 11”, 12 pt font
•    Please provide the following:
o    Name
o    Chapter
o    Occupation/Employee
o    Year of membership in A4LE (10 years as a member minimum)
o    Years of experience in the field of education and/or the education environment (20 years minimum)
o    Industry specific certifications or designations
o    List of presentations and/or publications
o    Leadership positions held in A4LE (chapter, region and international)
o    Examples of the candidate’s support of implementing the Strategic Plan (committee participation and task groups)
o    Examples of the candidate’s contribution to the advancement and promotion of the mission of A4LE
o    Examples of the candidate’s willingness to mentor others
o    Photo of candidate
o    Name of submitter
o    Date submitted 

PNR Lifetime Achievement Award

Description: The PNR Lifetime Achievement Award is the most distinguished professional award bestowed to an individual A4LE member in our region. This award is designed to honor an individual who has distinguished themselves by making significant lasting contributions to the educational facility planning industry throughout their career.

Award Type: Trophy or Plaque

Qualification of Candidates:  
•    The candidate must be a A4LE member in good standing.
•    The activities upon which the nomination is based shall have produced a body of work that consistently created a positive and significant regional, national or international impact on the learning environment.
•    The candidate must not have previously received the PNR Lifetime Achievement Award.

Scoring Criteria:

20    Quality of service and leadership to A4LE
20    Quality of professional certifications and/or industry specific designations
50    Impact of his/her body of work to the advancement and betterment of quality educational facility design
10    Recognition of peers and industry

Timeline: On an annual basis, the Pacific Northwest Region will recognize one individual with the PNR Lifetime Achievement Award. The distinction will be awarded along with an automatic nomination as the following year’s regional representative to International Lifetime Achievement Award. The PNR Lifetime Achievement Award winner will be supported by their nominating chapter and region in the preparation of their Lifetime Achievement Award submission.

Each chapter may submit to the Regional Past President the name of a nominee for the PNR Lifetime Achievement Award. Submissions are due by December 15th of every year. The candidate will not be asked or required to submit credentials for consideration. The Regional   

Officers and Chapter Governors will review the candidate’s submissions and make a selection based upon a process chosen by the Regional President. The selection will be made at the annual mid-year board meeting. The recipient will be recognized with a commemorative plaque at the annual PNR Annual Conference

Submission Requirements: On behalf of the nominee, a chapter shall prepare the following submittal and submit it by the deadline referenced above:

•    Submittal shall be limited to 2 – 8 ½ x 11”, 12 pt font (incl. cover letter)
•    Cover letter introducing the nominee
•    Please provide the following:
o    Name
o    Professional experience and educational training
o    Research, publications, and awards
o    Contribution to supporting exemplary educational facility planning
o    Relevant Projects
o    Contribution that support the mission A4LE and the Pacific Northwest Region
o    Picture
o    Letter of References from (1) educator and (1) peer who is a A4LE member

Any questions regarding the process or submission shall be directed to the Past-President of the PNR.

 Project Awards:





(see award info for detail)

Pinnacle Award

February 1st

April 10


PNR Pinnacle Award

Description:  The Pinnacle Award Program recognizes outstanding education facilities in our region. The top award is the Pinnacle Award; the jury may also acknowledge multiple Projects of Distinction. The program follows criteria from the Association’s LE Solutions Planning & Design Awards Program so as to encourage regional projects to also compete at the international level. These awards recognize learning environments that positively impact teaching and learning and are a result of a sound planning process that grows out of the needs and expectations of the community.

Award Type: Trophy (for Pinnacle) and Paper Certificates for Project of Distinction

Eligible Projects:  Learning environments designed for early childhood learning; elementary, middle/junior high, and high schools; alternative schools (eg. charter schools, magnet schools, learning environments with specialized focus); and other innovative learning environments (eg. museums, outdoor education facilities).

Award categories.

  • New Learning Environment – New, innovative learning environments for early childhood, elementary, and secondary levels that address and support teaching and learning.
  • Post-Secondary Educational Environment – New, innovative learning environments for post-secondary education, including adult community education.
  • Renovation/Major Addition – Renovation and/or addition projects that transforms a physical space from a previous era of educational delivery to a learning environment for current instruction.
  • Small/Special Project Category – Specialized spaces such as outdoor environment, kitchen, special purpose addition, media center, gymnasium, community room, etc.
  • Exceptional Planning Recognition – This category recognizes a comprehensive and intensive planning process (including Master Planning) that doesn't necessarily result in a design product or an exceptional design solution.
  • Jury's Award – Given at the discretion of the jury for an outstanding and compelling component of a project, community effort, or similar exceptional situation.

Scoring Criteria:

The following criteria will be applied to all entry categories of Pinnacle Award Program entries.

  The overall success of the planning process. The application fully demonstrates the value, results, and positive impact of a comprehensive planning process that engages all stakeholders and address the educational goals and community values. 

  The planning process engages the community in which it serves. The Community is defined within geographic, social, educational, and/or other relevant contexts and the planning addresses the multiple communities. Topics/Areas to address: 

  • ­ Assets available within the community
  • Community use/joint-use/partnerships
  • Avenue to economic development/community redevelopment
  • Reflects the unique needs of the community and local workforce
  • Celebrates the unique attributes of the community
  • Serves as a center of the community
  • Connects students to their community.


Pre-design planning is comprehensive. Evidence of in-depth conversations, discussion, and/or planning about the educational vision and program prior to the physical design discussions. Please include and/or address the visioning process, the educational specifications, design guidelines, program of requirements, etc. 

The planning process achieved the goals and vision for the project, district, and community. Identify the goals and demonstrate achievement and results of the planning throughout the process. 
The planning process and learning environment have impacted and elevated teaching and learning. Demonstrate and provide evidence of the value of the process, which can be done through, testimonial, research, test scores and attendance records, etc. 
The learning environment is flexible and adaptable to multiple teaching/learning models.

Describe how the learning environment:

  • ­    Reflects and responds to the desired learning program
  • ­    Supports a variety of Learning styles and methods for delivering instruction
  • ­    Supports a "Learning anytime, anywhere" philosophy
  • ­    Enables all Learners to be successful
  • ­    Supports future changes in Educational delivery systems.

   Site development is integral to the vision and goals of the community.    The project models sustainability in its physical form (components, systems, attributes) and its educational program.

Submission Requirements.
   Step 1: Electronic Documents: All entrants must complete an Entry PowerPoint, provide a photograph release form, register for the Pinnacle Award Program  and make payment by April 10, 2017.

All entries shall be submitted in electronic form for use in any publications for the awards and for review by the Jury. Please include the following files, each with graphic scale and title:

  • ­    Signature Photo - 10" wide landscape layout, preferably in color, graphic scale not required.
  • ­    Building Photos or Graphics – can submit up to 8 additional photos (exterior photos, interior photos, concept graphics, perspectives, models, etc.).
  • ­    Floor Plan - Base floor plan with site plan background; indicate section cut and exterior elevation, with appropriate room titles, color, grayscale, or black and white line art.
  • ­    Building Section - Include room titles, color, grayscale, or black and white line art.
  • ­    Exterior Building Elevation - color, grayscale, or black and white line art.
  • ­    Written synopsis of the project - 200 word maximum.
  • ­    Project Narrative - An electronic file, in MSWord with Arial 11pt font or equal, of the narrative as described below (under the Board Requirements and Project Narrative section). This document will not be published in the conference program, but will be used by the jury during evaluations.

Please submit all electronic files as PDF files via email (if less than 10 MB per file and/or per email) to:, OR, via electronic file sharing platforms (e.g. Hightail, or Dropbox), OR, using an FTP site. 

If you chose to use an FTP site, you are responsible to create a new folder with your firm name and send e-mail notification to If you are submitting more than one project, please create a sub-folder for each project.

  Step 2: Presentation Boards, due May 16, 2017 All project entries will be exhibited on 20” X 20” eco- board (or other suitable rigid, light-weight material), with each project presented on not more than 4 boards. Boards will be mounted using “Velcro” attachments to exhibit frames. Please attach (or include in package) sticky-backed Velcro strips in 2” lengths (hook side only) for each corner of each panel. For multiple board displays, include a graphic key indicating order and desired placement of boards. Text on Presentation Boards should be large enough for exhibit viewing and kept simple. Clearly indicate the Owner, name, and location of project.

The presentation boards should meet the following criteria:

Project Data:

    Project Data with the following minimum information:

  • ­    Area and construction cost for the entire project. Provide all site work/development costs (note separated out or inclusive to building costs). Remodel projects should appropriately describe separate areas and costs for additions and modernized spaces.
  • ­    Names of consultants including educational consultants, architects, engineers, and specialty consultants, and project management personnel
  • ­    Name of general contractor
  • ­    Names of major material suppliers (in particular A4LE industry partners)

Project Boards: Teams are encouraged to submit boards for the exhibit that most accurately represent the project.  To be eligible for consideration for The Pinnacle Award, the following minimum submission parameters must be met:

    Illustrative Floor Plan(s) and/or site plan(s) that accurately convey program intent and elements
    At least one Image (photograph, perspective rendering, or sectional drawing) that conveys the spatial relationships of the education program space(s)
    Project Narrative that complements the images and drawings and includes:

  • ­    project name matching other project name submission documents

  • ­    the clients’ educational vision and goals for the project. Describe how the learning environment supports the planned curricula, as well the ability to adapt and flex to a variety of learning & teaching styles

  • ­    the project’s “community.” Identify stakeholders, describe how the community was engaged in the planning, design, and construction process. Describe how the project contributed and responded to the unique nature the community.

  • ­    how the physical form of the learning environment inspires and motivates. Describe how the design integrates and responds to the educational program, how the site contributes, and how the overall project incorporates sustainability values.

  • ­    educational results and achievements. How the project has influenced the district and community, including any unintended results and impacts of the process & project.


Packing & Shipping

You may send the boards in advance, or bring them with you to the conference.
­    If you send boards, the shipping package need to be durable, constructed of suitable rigid material. Exhibit panels should be shipped directly to the Exhibition Coordinator of the Regional Conference for that year.
­    Shipped boards must be received at least one day prior to the start of the PNR conference to ensure their inclusion in the Exhibit.
­    If you plan to hand deliver your boards, please send written e-mail notification to Donna Robinson at two weeks in advance of the conference.

Supervision & Services
Conference chapter reserves the right to assign exhibit space and to withhold from exhibition entries deemed to be unsuitable for display. Adequate general illumination will be provided. No special lighting system will be provided or permitted.

2017 Pinnacle Award Schedule.
­    Call for Entries Begins February 15, 2017
(Entry Form, Electronic Data, & Payment begins)
­    Electronic Materials Due April 10, 2017
­    Display Boards Due May 16, 2017 at Banff Springs Hotel
­    Pinnacle Award Program May 18, 2017 at Banff Springs Hotel

Collection and Disposal of Materials
Exhibitors are responsible for collecting their submittal boards at the end of the conference. Any boards not collected may be disposed of. For special arrangements, Donna Robinson (
Participant Notice
Exhibitors are reminded that these are exhibitions of school architecture and not a commercial display. Personal solicitation or distribution of literature in conjunction with the Design Exhibit is prohibited.

Inspirational Awards:





Schools Next


April 1st



 Description:  The SchoolsNEXT Design Competition offers an opportunity to illustrate the kind of creativity that students bring to the planning and design process. The competition highlights the importance of well-planned, healthy, safe sustainable and resilient schools that foster student and teacher achievement and enhance community vitality. The annual competition, open to middle school students, challenges student teams to design their learning environments to enhance learning, conserve resources, be environmentally responsive and engage the surrounding community. The multi-disciplinary solution requires students to follow a planning process from the concept phase to completion of the project, with thorough documentation.

Award Type: Recognition at Regional; Opportunity to go to International Competition

Scoring Criteria:

The design project can be new construction or a renovation project. Teams are encouraged to be creative and have fun. The team may be a classroom or an after-school club program. The School of the Future design juries will consider the following criteria:

  • Development and implementation of planning process
  • Learning environment
  • Physical environment
  • Community engagement

Process & Timeline:  
The selection of the PNR Regional winner will follow the guidelines for the International competition as closely as possible to minimize duplication of efforts and streamline the process of preparation for teams. Please refer to the A4LE submission guidelines and evaluation criteria for more detail. Only one team from each Chapter/State/Province is eligible for the Regional competition. It is the responsibility of the Chapters to select the winning team from their State or Province. The PNW Regional competition will be a 2 step process:

  • Step 1: electronic submission for review by the PNR Jury. The jury will select up to 3 finalists for live interviews based on their review of the electronic submissions.
  • Step 2: the PNR Jury will visit each finalist’s school for an in-person presentation by the finalist teams.
    Following the interviews the Jury will evaluate each finalist’s SchoolsNEXT based on A4LE's criteria and select the winning team. The Regional winner will be expected to submit for the International competition. Judging for the International competition will occur each year at the International Conference. If travel is required A4LE may provide financial support for the finalist teams.

    Regional Competition Schedule
  • April 1st: Regional Electronic Submissions due
  • April 15th: Regional Finalist Teams announced
  • May 1st: Regional Jury conducts interviews of Finalist Teams.
  • May 15th: Regional Winner is announced

Electronic Submission Requirements

  • Team listing including the names of each team member and contact information (phone & email) for the teacher/advisor (PDF format)
  • 850-word narrative description of the proposed project to help the jurors fully understand the students’ ideas and planning process (PDF format)
  • Presentation that illustrates the concept including plans and other illustrations such as elevations, perspective drawings, 3-dimensional computer modeling and/or photographs of the physical model (PowerPoint or PDF format)
  • 3 to 5-minute video presentation by the project team documenting your rationale and planning process, how you made decisions and features of the project (any standard digital video format)
  • Student and Parental media release forms provided by A4LE.
  • Upload the files to the competition website prior to the submission deadline. Send the name of your team and an email contact to for uploading instructions.

Interview Requirements
The interview will follow the same format as set forth by A4LE for the international competition. The presentation will be limited to 15 minutes followed by a 15 minute question and answer period. The finalist teams are responsible for securing an appropriate venue for their presentation.

Past Winners: 

2013 Regional Distinguished Service

Alberta Claudia Alaeddine
British Columbia Hugh Skinner
Craig Harris
Washington Shannon McLaughlin
Laurie Pfarr
2013 Regional Service Citations
Alaska Jason Gamache
Terry Hyer
Sam Kito
British Columbia Kendall Jessiman
Judy Shoemaker
Saskatchewan Gary Merkowsky
Washington Greg Brown
Linda Jackson

2012 Regional Distinguished Service
British Columbia Gregg Brown
Saskatchewan David Edwards
Washington Philip Riedel
Craig Stauffer
2012 Regional Service Citations
Alaska Kimberly Andrews
David Ferree
Larry Morris
Alberta Laurel Udell
Judith Wright
David Molinaro
British Columbia Maureen Corwin
Pamela Doherty
Judy Shoemaker
Montana Nick Salmon
Washington Nora Vivarelli
Nick Cho
Noah Greenberg

2011 Regional Distinguished Service
Alaska Jessica Cederberg
Oregon Marcia Arganbright
Renee Kroupa
2011 Regional Service Citations
Alaska Matt Raney
Larry A. Morris
Alberta Claudia Aldaeddine
Judith Wright
Oregon/SW Washington Jason Beam
Susan Steinbrenner
Saskatchewan John Malcolm
Daryl Boehme
Washington Robert Allen
Kellie Kaiser

International 2006
PNR Pinnacle Architectural Award Chugach Optional Elementary School, Anchorage School District, Alaska, McCool Carlson Green Architects
Citation Award Nathan Hale High School Performing Arts Center, Seattle School District, Washington, Mahlum Architects

International 2004-05 (Summer) 2003-04 (Fall)
Distinguished Service (1) Catherine Fritz
Andrew Farnum (presented to his wife Michelle at President's reception)
Merle Kirkley
Service Citation (up to 3) Richard H. Higgins Jim C. Alkins
Mary C. Cary
Kathy Christy
Regional 2004-05 (Summer) 2003-04 (Summer)
Distinguished Service (1)   Cristina Marghetti
Service Citation (up to 3 per Chapter):
Alaska Mary Carey
Cole Saxton
Terry Hyer
Tim Merrick
Kathy Christy
Cole Saxton
Alberta Laurel Cook
Craig Webber
Richard Mysliwy
British Columbia Kerry Magnus
Craig Harris
Yvonne Hartfiel
Kendall Jessiman
Rick Hume
Kim Milburn
Oregon/SW Washington Renee Kroupa Mark Severson
Saskatchewan Lawrence Dressel  
Washington Rebecca Baibak
Stu Stovin
Kelly Tanner
Rebecca Baibak
Stu Stovin
Debra Fulton
PNR Pinnacle Architectural Award Spruce Ridge School. Estevan School Division No. 95 / Estevan Rural School Division No. 62. Estevan, Saskatchewan, Friggstad Downing Henry Architects Northshore Junior High / Northshore School District / Bothel, Washington, Mahlum Architects
Citation Award Valerie A. Larson Family Resource Center, Dillingham, Alaska, Charles Bettisworth & Co. Inc. / Bristol Bay Native Association Mattie McCullough Elementary School / Red Deer School Board / Red Deer, Alberta, Group 2 Architecture Engineering Interior Design
Citation Award Phantom Lake Elementary School, Bellevue School District, Bellevue, Washington, Northwest Architectural Company / Bellevue School District The Truman Center / Federal Way School District / Federal Way, Washington, Mahlum Architects
CEFPI Project of Distinction Kirkland Junior High, Kirkland, WA, Northwest Architectural Company

Seminar II: The Evergreen State College, Olympia, WA, Mahlum Architects

The Truman Center, Federal Way, WA, Mahlum Architects
CEFPI Lighthouse Award   Kiana K-12 School, Kiana, AK, Krochina Architects AIA
Design Concept Award Community Learning Campus, Olds, AB Canada, Group 2 Architecture Engineering Ben Franklin Elementary School, Kirkland, WA, Mahlum Architects
CEFPI James D. MacConnell Award Finalist White River High School, White River School District, Buckley, WA, Integrus Architects Todd Beamer High School, Federal Way, Washington, Bassetti Architects

International 2002-03 (Fall 2003) 2001-02 (Fall 2002)
Distinguished Service (1) Hugh Skinner, REFP
Gretchen DeDecker, REFP
Kathy Christy
Service Citation (up to 3) David Edmunds
Fred Long
Steve Olson
Lynn Abbot
Richard Gessford
International President's Award Dr. James Jennings, REFP  
International Retiring President Steve Young, REFP  
Regional 2002-03 (Summer 03) 2001-02 (Summer 02)
Distinguished Service (1) Lynn Abbott Fred Long
Service Citation (up to 3 per Chapter):
Alaska Steve Cropsey
Jerry Winchester
Mary Cary
Catherine Fritz
Gary Pohl
Alberta Doug Ramsey
Laurel Cook
Hal Owens
Andrew Farnum
John Wheatley
British Columbia Gregg Brown
Jim Meiklejohn
Marty Cole
Jim Alkins
Bob McDonell
Judy Shoemaker
Oregon/SW Washington Tom McMullen
Vaugn Lien
Richard Higgins
Saskatchewan Blair Alderton
Don Pearson
Cal Kirby
Rod Hoffart
Nelson Wagner
Washington Bill Chaput
Cherri Hendricks
Jay Peterson
Edward Peters
Karen Snope
Bill Chaput
PNR Pinnacle Architectural Award Sullian Heights, Surrey, BC, Grant and Sinclair Architects Ltd.  
CEFPI Project of Distinction Applied Technology, Dull Olson Weekes Architects, P.C.  
CEFPI Lighthouse Award Greenwood Elementary, Seattle School District, BLRB Architecture Planning Interiors  
Design Concept Award Calgary Sustainable Education Initiative, Group 2 Architecture Engineering  
CEFPI James D. MacConnell Award Finalist   Redmond Jr. High School, Redmond, Washington, McGranahan Architecture
Years of Service
CEFPI 45 Years of Service Dr. James Thrasher  
CEFPI 25 Years of Service Richard Gessford, AIA
Integrus Architecture

International 2000-01 (Fall 2001) 1999-00 (Fall 2000)
Distinguished Service (1) David Purdy Chas Chisom
Service Citation (up to 3) Lawrence Dressel
Ralph Saxton
Richard Mysliwy
Merle Kirkely
Gretchen DeDecker
Regional 2000-01 (Fall 2001) 1999-00 (Fall 2000)
Distinguished Service (1)   Jim Jennings
Service Citation (up to 3 per Chapter):
Alaska Mary Cary
Terry Hyer
Ray Amsden
Gary Pohl
Anchorage School District
Alberta Eric Lumley
Laurel Cook
Wayne Heartwell
Richard Mysliwy
David Edmunds
Stan Laba
Gerry Stead
British Columbia Bill Low
Bob McDonnell
Sebastian Butler
Ken Webber
Grant Smith
Hugh Skinner
Idaho   Mike Patano
Oregon/SW Washington   Renee Kroupa
Richard Gessford
Dan Sandell
Saskatchewan Bron Nurkowski
Lawrence Dressel
Daryl Boehme
Dave Edwards
Tom Meldrum
Gary Merkowsky
Washington Jay Peterson
Jack Hutteball
Ralph Saxton
Gretchen DeDecker (conf)
Merle Kirkley (conf)
PNR Excellence Award   Jim Delaney - Conference local arrangements
PNR Pinnacle Architectural Award Steve Young Tie:
Ballard High School, Seattle School District

Mahlum Architects
Maplewood Elementary
Puyallup School District
Burr, Lawrence, Rising + Bates Architects

CEFPI Project of Distinction West Linn H.S., West Linn-Wilsonville School District, West Linn, OR, Dull Olson Weeks Architects

I.V. Macklin Public School, Grand Prairie Public Board, Grand Prairie, Alberta, Workun Garrick Architects and Associates, Inc.

CEFPI Lighthouse Award Olympia High School, Olympia SD No. 11, Olympia, WA, Burr Lawrence Rising + Bates Architects  
CEFPI James D. MacConnell Award Finalist Orenco Elementary/Paul L. Patterson Elementary, Hillsboro, OR, Mahlum Architects  
Years of Service
CEFPI 35 Years of Service Dr. J. Beck
Matthew Gregory, AIA
Norman Westling
William Enns
Charles Clizer
Idaho Dept. of Ed.
CEFPI 25 Years of Service Trevor Gough
Dr. Franklin Hill
Harry Cummings, Jr.

International 1998-99 (Fall 1999) 1997-98 (Fall 1998)
Distinguished Service (1) Steve Young Bill Morley
Service Citation (up to 3) Obert Friggstad
Ed Humble
Richard Mysliwy
A long list - done differently that year
Regional 1998-99 (Fall 1999) 1997-98 (Fall 1998)
Distinguished Service (1) Steve Young Jim Hanson
Service Citation (up to 3 per Chapter):
Alaska Catherine Fritz
Len Mackler
Jim Sheperd
Alberta David Clinckett
Jim Delaney
Richard Mysliwy
Doug Ramsey
John Wheatley
Adrian Lefebvre
Tom Tittemore
British Columbia Bob McDonnell
Mike Irving
Hans Schneider
Hugh Skinner
Ken Webber
School District 23 - Kelowna
Idaho   James Patano
Deb Stage
Oregon/SW Washington Charlie Demming
Dan Sandell
Darwin Doss
Saskatchewan Paul Baskey
Obert Friggstad
Jim Kress
John Malcolm
Washington Ed Humble
Jay Peterson
Ralph Saxton
Harry Bower
Gretchen DeDecker
Gary Nelson
PNR Excellence Award Deb Stage - Conference local arrangements