Alumni Awards

Each year Grand View University recognizes alumni and friends who personify the University's mission of commitment to develop the whole person – mind, body and spirit – and to prepare students for successful careers and responsible citizenship both in their communities and in a diverse and changing world.

Through outstanding achievements and contributions, these individuals bring honor to Grand View. Established in 1984 with just one award, the awards program has grown to five award categories plus the Athletics Hall of Fame which is awarded separately. The awards—Distinguished Alumni Award, Robert L. Mahaffey Community Service Award, 10 Under 10 Alumni Award, Danish Heritage Preservation Award, and the Sally Cartwright Volunteer Award—are presented annually at a special celebration.

The nomination process is simple with the option for the nominator or nominee to complete the form. The deadline to submit for the 2024 awards is July 21, 2024.
 
Have a question about these awards? Contact us at (515) 263-2957 or alumni @ grandview.edu.

Award Winners:

Distinguished Alumni

The Distinguished Alumni Award is presented to Grand View alumni who have performed in an outstanding manner in their professions and civic activities and who are recognized by their peers as leaders. In addition, Distinguished Alumni exhibit qualities of character and spirit that fulfill the mission of Grand View University. Grand View's full mission statement can be found here. 

SUBMIT YOUR NOMINATION

 William Butler '91 2021
 Tiffany (Holdsworth '97) Menke 2019
Chad Wagener '86 2018
Steven Bobenhouse '69 2017
Nancy Lavender-Bobenhouse '78 2017
Dana Wingert '11 2016
Marla
(Van Donselaar)
De Jong '88
2014
Mark Marturello '82 2013
Rick Ray '94 2012
Samuel Bernabe '79 2011
Charles Brodie '70 2010
James Ross '85 2009
Tony Wilson '76 2008
Gary Palmer '72 2007
William Weidmaier '67 2006
Edward Jensen '66 2005
Suzette (Stephens) Jensen '66 2005
David Sinnwell '75 2005
Egon Bodtker '54 2004
John Cunningham '50 2004
Harlan Pedersen '48 2003
Albert Ravenholt '39 2003
John Burgeson '66 2002
Virgil Christensen '48 2002
Harriet (Kruse) Sorensen '40 2001
Robert Sorensen '40 2001
Preston Daniels '69 2000
Joanne Chadwick '57 1998
Howard Christensen '36 1998
Edward Smith '61 1998
Silas Ewing '50 1997
Alan Farstrup '61 1997
Richard Jessen '57 1997
Iver Jorgensen '47 1997
Ginger (Olson) Ketelsen '61 1997
Daniel Martensen '56 1997
Dorothy (Petersen) Mortensen '43 1997
Harry Mortensen '42 1997
Helge Thomsen '39 1997
Oluf Lund '45 1996
Janet Thuesen '57 1996
Carl Nielsen '49 1995
Donald Petersen '48 1995
Karen (Carlson) Bason '68 1994
Solveig (Petersen) Gregory '61 1994
Egon Ellgaard '54 1993
Karen (Madsen) Nielsen '52 1993
Charles Fuller '68 1992
Mark Nussle '58 1992
Beryl Knudsen '49 1991
Rita (Pedersen) Juhl '52 1991
Arnold Bodtker 1926 1990
Ronald Jespersen '41 1990
Signe (Nielsen) Betsinger '49 1989
Roland Jensen '46 1989
Marvin Jessen '47 1988
Axel Kildegaard '42 1988
Fylla (Petersen) Kildegaard '42 1988
Thorvald Hansen '46 1987
Harald Jensen '32 1987
Harry Jensen '40 1986
C. Arild Olsen 1918 1986
Miriam (Rodholm) Showalter '38 1986
Larry Christiansen '60 1985
Patricia Krantz '62 1985
Otto Hoiberg 1926 1984
Viggo Miller '35 1984

Robert L. Mahaffey Community Service

Grand View Athletics is proud to participate in the NAIA’s Champions of Character program which aims at developing their Core Values of integrity, respect, responsibility, sportsmanship, and servant leadership. In 2017 a new alumni award was developed to recognize former student-athletes who have continued to live by the Champions of Character five core values beyond their time at Grand View. 

The Robert L. Mahaffey Community Service Award is presented to past Grand View Viking student-athletes who have made significant contributions to their community through their time, actions, talents, and dedication. The honoree selected should serve as a role model for compassion and service, and strive to make the world a better place. The honoree should have a passion for helping others in their community.

The award's namesake, Bob Mahaffey '58, played basketball and baseball at Grand View and since went on to dedicate much of his life to giving back. Bob held leadership positions with the East Des Moines Chamber, East High School Alumni Foundation, Ward 2 Des Moines City Councilman and served as a loyal member of the Grand View Board of Trustees.

Note: 2024 nomination information coming soon

Suzette (Stephens '66) Jensen 2021
Robert Hamill '04 2019
Amadeo Rossi '93 2018
Robert L. Mahaffey '58 2017
10 Under 10 Alumni

The 10 Under 10 Alumni Award is presented to 10 Grand View alumni who have not yet celebrated 10 years since graduating from Grand View. Each recipient of this award is making a significant impact in their profession and/or community since graduation.

This award celebrates the variety of passions and interests of GV alumni and demonstrates how the Grand View experience contributed to the foundation for their success. Each recipient's vision, drive, and leadership in their field or community is considered in the selection process.

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Bailee Arnburg ‘19
Sports Event Experience Manager, Catch Des Moines

Bailee’s career with Catch Des Moines started in 2018 as a housing intern. After graduation, she was hired full-time and now serves as Sports Event Experience Manager. When organizations choose to host their sporting events in Greater Des Moines, Bailee is their go-to person to ensure they have the resources, contacts, and hospitality to make their events go off without a hitch, and she works hard so that they receive the service and attention needed so that they continually want to come back to our community with their event. Bailee is responsible for servicing all sporting events such as the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament, AAU Junior Olympic Games, IRONMAN, NAIA, NIKE, USA Wrestling, USA Volleyball, and more. Bailee gives her time and talents to various non-profits in Greater Des Moines including United Way of Central Iowa’s Book Buddy, Girls on the Run, and the Ronald McDonald House. She was also a dedicated youth basketball coach with Beyond Ball.  Bailee resides in Waukee.

2023 
Angelo Crinzi '14

Head Women’s Wrestling Coach, Grand View University

Prior to Grand View, Angelo Crinzi was the head men’s and women’s wrestling coach at Lindenwood University-Belleville for four seasons, where he coached a women’s wrestler who was a WCWA undefeated National Champion in 2018 and USA World Team Member. In 2019, Crinzi returned to Grand View to begin the new women’s program for the Vikings. The program launched its first season in 2019-20 and before being cut short by covid, his squad saw six student-athletes that earned NWCA Scholar All-American honors, six NAIA Invitational National qualifiers, and six NWCA All-American honors. Since then, his teams have won the Heart of America Conference title three consecutive years. He has coached 14 Heart Conference individual champions and 18 NAIA All-Americans.  His teams have twice finished in the top-four at NWCA National Dual with last year being Runner-Ups, and three times saw a top-8 finish at NAIA Nationals with last year finishing 3rd. Crinzi's proudest accomplishment of all is his son, William.

2023

Jeri (Nagle BA ’15, MS ’17) Garretson
Communications Project Manager, City of Davenport

Jeri is responsible for the coordination of the City’s cross-departmental communications team while also ensuring the City’s brand management and communications strategies reach a diverse population of the community. Since joining the City of Davenport, she has assisted with crisis communication during large scale crisis including a record setting flood, civil unrest, and a partial building collapse in the downtown. Garretson is a member of 3CMA (City-County Communications & Marketing Association) and presented at their national conference in Florida during September 2023. She has also presented at the Iowa Parks Association Conference. Jeri previously worked as the Sports Information Director for Grand View Athletics and has a master’s in Organizational Leadership from Grand View. Jeri lives in Muscatine, IA with her husband, Nick.

2023

Aly (Merschman ’13) Greim
Attorney, Mark Gray Law, PLC

Aly Greim is an attorney with the Mark Gray Law, PLC in Ankeny, IA. Aly represents clients in both commercial and residential real estate transactions, including plotting and development, title work, ownership transfers, closings and leasehold interests. She also represents a variety of small business, including corporations and LLCs, in their corporate matters. Greim was named The Real Estate Lawyers 2023 Lawyer of the Year for the State of Iowa. Aly serves as the President of the Grand View National Alumni Council, is a board member for the Ankeny Art Center, an Iowa State Bar Association Real Estate Section Council Member, and Ankeny Young Professionals past board member. Aly lives in Ankeny with her husband Nate and their son.

2023
Devin Kono ’19, MA ‘20

Senior Account Manager, Mills Marketing

Devin Kono works as a Senior Account Manager with Mills Marketing where he is a senior strategist for banking and credit unions across the United States. Kono credits Grand View teaching him what it’s like to be a leader in his field of study. “GV also taught me how to juggle work life balance. Being able to work and effectively be a part of your family prepared me for the leadership position I am in now.” Kono volunteers with The IOWA Foundation, Grand View’s Young Alumni Council, Ankeny Chamber of Commerce, ARL of Central Iowa, and Bondurant Little League. Devin lives in Des Moines and has two sons.

2023

Angela Lose ’18
Marketing & Engagement Coordinator, Orchestrate Hospitality

Angela Lose works to coordinate guest engagement for over 10 restaurant brands In the Orchestrate portfolio, developing social media content, fielding customer feedback and initiating a number of marketing campaigns. A large part of her work includes generating all of content in-house, including writing, photography and videography needs that is used for each brand’s social media, websites and digital marketing. In 2022, Angela was recognized as one of the Iowa Restaurant Association's 40 Women to Watch. Lose currently serves as Chair Person of Grand View’s Young Alumni Council, is on the IRA Education Foundation Board, is a Des Moines Hummingbird and lives in Des Moines.

2023
Kelsey (Kennedy ’15) Nichols

Head Dance Coach, Grand View University

Kelsey, known as Coach KK, has spent most of her professional career with the Grand View Dance team. She has transitioned from being a four-year student-athlete on the team to serving as Assistant Coach and is now the Head Coach and oversees activities and scheduling in the Johnson Wellness Center. Her most proud moment was coaching the dance team to a program-best 3rd place finish at the NAIA Competitive Dance and Cheer Nationals. Nichols also volunteers with Miracle League, Ronald McDonald House and Wounded Warrior Foundation.  She lives in Des Moines with her husband Justin and their three sons.

2023

Paul Riesthuis ‘15
Post-Doctoral Researcher, KU Leuven

A native of the Netherlands, Paul Riesthuis was accepted into a top Brain and Cognition program in Barcelona, Spain after Grand View. This required he learn to speak Spanish to study in this program. He graduated with two completed master's theses, one in comparative psychology and the other in cognition and linguistics. He was then the winner of a fully funded PhD scholarship at KU Leuven, a university in Belgium that's ranked 45th internationally, working with one of the most prolific researchers in criminology and psychology in the world. Riesthuis now works as a post-doctoral researcher where he studies how to improve the practical inferences of eyewitness memory research and the effects of lying on memory and the illusory truth effect. Paul has presented research in Belgium, Germany, and Uruguay and in the U.S.; Boston, Chicago, and Denver. He already has five published scientific research articles. Most recently, Dr. Paul Riesthuis, and Dr. Josh Woods of Grand View published a scientific article in the prestigious international journal, Psychological Research, challenging 30 years of established research on memory.

2023

Sydney Sjaardema ’14,
Owner, Bark Avenue Pet Resorts

Sydney Sjaardema is the co-owner of Bark Avenue Pet Resorts with locations in Ankeny, West Des Moines, and Waukee. She's also co-owner of The Salty Paw Pet Salon and the children’s boutique Sunny Babe Boutique. Through her entrepreneurism, these businesses have created more than 85 new jobs in Central Iowa. Sydney’s pet businesses donate $60,000 every year in free training services to Forever Home Dog Rescue so that dogs available for adoption may learn new skills and training to help them find forever homes sooner. Sydney is proud to have wrote and published her first children’s book about a dog named Daisy. Sydney and her husband, Troy, live In Bondurant with their son and daughter.

2023 

Kodi Schroeder ‘14
Neurologically Based Chiropractor/Owner, Cornerstone Family Chiropractic

At Cornerstone Family Chiropractic, Kodi and his team use digital imaging and assessment technologies to find and correct nerve interference and misalignments of the spine and nervous system. Schroeder is a Research Fellow of the Holder Research Institute. A total of 12 people in the world hold this distinction, allowing Kodi to have taught hundreds of other chiropractors during technique seminars since 2016. Cornerstone Family Chiropractic coordinates many community outreach events such Badger Prairie Needs Network food drive, Pregnancy Helpline diaper drive, Bags of Hope personal care bags for foster children, Reach Dane Thanksgiving food drive, and Luke's Closet undie 500- underwear and sock drive for foster children. He attended Palmer College of Chiropractic and lives in Oregon, WI with his wife, Mackenzie (West '17) and their daughter.
2023

Ashley (Van Gorp ’19) Wilson
Trainer/Owner, Iron Chapel Barbell

Since graduation at Grand View, Ashley Wilson has launched a new strength training gym but also entered the sport of competitive powerlifting which has resulted in her holding 36 state, national and world powerlifting records. Ashley has 2 All-Time World records in powerlifting: deadlift at 507 lbs. at 147 body weight and squat at 408 lbs. at 147 body weight. Within 1 year of competing as a drug tested athlete, she was hitting over a 400lb squat and 500lb deadlift at 147lbs of bodyweight giving her a world ranked DOTS well over 500. Meanwhile, in her first year she also attained the title of IPL Drug Tested North American’s Best Lifter in 2022. Ashley recently helped raise $6,000 in the community for the Wounded Warriors Project. She is also involved in the Raise the Bar Initiative that promotes strong bodies, strong women, and strong communities. Ashley and her husband, Anthony ’19, live in Ankeny and invite you to check out their gym!

2023 

Jessica (Garland '12) Carlson

Jessica Carlson is an advisor with the Northwestern Mutual Financial Network since 2011. She began her career as a student intern which quickly grew into launch her own business. Her mission is to develop enduring relationships with clients by providing expert guidance for a lifetime of financial security. Jessica works with clients to identify their definitions of financial security and then focuses on solutions that can help make those financial goals a reality. She has been involved in the Northwestern Mutual internship program and is regularly booked for private speaking engagements on motivation, team building and success. Jessica is an active member of the Grand View National Alumni Council and a past member of the genYP Leadership Team for the Urbandale Chamber.

2021

Alex (Olson '11) Clifton
Transplant Coordinator, UnintyPoint Health Des Moines

Upon completing her BSN in nursing at Grand View, Alex began her career by working with kidney transplant patients which led to finding her purpose within healthcare and ignited her passion for transplant medicine. Since then, she has become a certified organ transplant coordinator and jointed the UnityPoint Health Iowa Methodist Transplant Team in Des Moines. Her team has been involved and performed more than 1,000 kidney transplants. Helping to improve someone's quality and life expectancy fuels Alex's motivation at her job and helps her push through the many late-night phone calls she receives notifying the team of donation organs becoming available.

 

2021

Jordon Elwell '12

Jordon is no stranger to the entrepreneurial spirit having started his career working for the Denny Elwell company upon earning his degree in business administration and management at Grand View. By 2016, he was growing his career and had become the CEO of Midwest Foods, LLC. Midwest Foods, located in Ankeny, is a food manufacturing, co-packing, and private labeling company that also owns the established Gino's and Kramer's brands which are available in 500+ stores in Iowa and the Midwest. Midwest Foods is committed to supporting the local community that supports them by donating hundreds of pounds of food product to several central-Iowa organizations including the Food Bank of Iowa, St. Vincent DePaul and more. During the COVID-19 pandemic, as the need for food donation increased, Midwest Foods distributed 8,500 meal kits in Central Iowa. He earned his degree from GV in business administration and management.

 

2021

Gabby (Grgurich '10) Fisher

Coming from a recruiting and development background, Gabby began her career with Keller Williams in 2015 as a member of leadership until she decided to become a Realtor in 2018 and begin her own real estate practice. Since then, she's become a lead part of a team who is in the top 5% of all Realtors in the Des Moines area within just three years in the business. Building long-lasting relationships, communicating at a high level, and helping to navigate clients through the buying and selling process are at the utmost importance to Gabby. Serving as a member of the National Alumni Council for Grand View University is among her passions.

 

2021

Sachin Gupta '19

Sachin begin his accounting career as a student intern at EY, was then hire full-time, and recently promoted into his current role of Audit Senior. Sachin continues to serve as a strong advocate for GV accounting and finance students who are seeking counsel from a young professional. He is extremely accessible, and helpful in supporting our emerging future professionals. When not working or assisting GV students, Sachin actively volunteers his time with Meals from the Heartland, United Way Junior Achievement, CyberChase, Hubbell Elementary, Adopt-A-Street Des Moines, and The Food Bank of Iowa. He also serves on the EY Ripples program, Ernst & Young's social responsibility program that designs volunteer efforts for employees to give back to their community. He majored in accounting and finance while at Grand View.

 

2021

McKenzie McAdaragh-Wilson '12

McKenzie majored in nursing while playing women's soccer at Grand View. Following graduation, she began work at UnityPoint Health Des Moines as a nurse in the emergency departments at Iowa Methodist and Iowa Lutheran hospitals. Her compassionate care was recognized with a DAISY Award in September 2013 which is nominated by patients and awarded to nurses for extraordinary nursing care. She went on to earn her doctorate in nursing practice (DNP) from the University of Iowa in 2020 while still working as a nurse.  As part of her DNP training, she helped staff at IMMC ED understand, recognize, and better care for victims of human trafficking in the emergency department. She has volunteered her time as an active member of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners and the National Healthcare for the Homeless Council. McKenzie now lives in Minneapolis where she works as a Family Nurse Practitioner.

 

2021

Zach McClelland '15
Social Studies Teacher, Lincoln High School

Zach didn't need to go far from the campus of Grand View to begin his teaching career at East High School and now works at his alma mater, Lincoln High School. Zach has been recognized for not only educating his students in thoughtful, meaningful ways, but he has also been active in the Des Moines community’s pursuit of racial equity. He is credited for helping to educate adults as to how history, policy, and economics impact our most marginalized and vulnerable communities. Zach has been a featured voice in Des Moines Public Schools regarding equity and anti-racism. While serving on DMPS’s Equity & Racial Justice Team, he has been highlighted in education reports from local media, advocating for inclusive, culturally responsive spaces and experiences for all students in Des Moines Public Schools. He also serves as the head boys track & field coach and as an assistant football coach at Lincoln High School. He is pursuing Master’s of Education in Culturally Responsive Leadership & Instruction through Drake University.

 

2021

Matt Sillanpaa '11
Personal Trainer, Brickhouse Fitness

Matt uses his degree In Health Promotion and background as a personal trainer as his opportunity to connect with people and build relationships. During his time at Brickhouse Fitness in Bondurant and previously Altoona Campus, Matt has fostered and built many relationships while helping people achieve their health and fitness goals. When not at the gym, he has assisted with multiple mission trips to Haiti for church construction, he serves as the head strength and conditioning coach for a high school rugby team and assists his wife with her non-profit music series that raises money for genetic disease research. He also serves on the executive council for the National Strength and Conditioning Association and is a Bondurant Chamber of Commerce board member. He credits his proudest accomplishment of being present with his wife and raising their 4-year-old twins together while continuing to build a business.

 

2021

Brett Turner '12
Director of Business Development, Storey Kenworthy

Brett established himself as a leader and trailblazer long before stepping foot on Grand View's campus, beginning his career at GV as a US Army Veteran having served in Afghanistan during Operation Enduring Freedom. Following his service, he was awarded the Glen "Mac" McDole Award for frontline service during combat. While at GV, he was on the first NAIA Men's Wrestling National Championship team. Since graduation he has remained active in community service by serving as a past assistant wrestling coach at GV, currently serves as an assistant coach at Dowling Catholic, the Wounded Warrior Project, and Meals for the Heartland. He's also been Involved with ABI (Iowa Association of Business and Industry), the Downtown DSM Chamber, and was a member of the 2020 Class of the Community Leadership Program through the Greater Des Moines Leadership Institute. He majored in organizational leadership at Grand View.

 

2021

MaeLee (Ung '14) Rahm
Project Coordinator, Baker Electric

MaeLee is a self-described accountant turned project manager with a passion to help others and make a positive impact on her community. She is proud of the community she lives in, the company she works for, and the contribution she makes for both. MaeLee has been involved with the JCI Iowa (Jaycees) since 2014 serving in numerous state roles including vice president and past president. Beginning In 2021, MaeLee is serving as JCI USA National Vice President. In this role she works to empower leaders from all over the country by providing mentorship, resources, and leadership. as a Chapter President of JCI Des Moines she traveled to Japan to present at a YP Conference and meet with JCI Kofu, Yamanashi Japan. It was a great learning and development opportunity and enriching cultural experience. MaeLee majored in accounting at Grand View.

 

2021
 Omi Acosta '13 2019
Julie (Schrader '10) Davila 2019
Debra (Hermanson '13) Goodhue 2019
Amara (Hartley '11) Huffine 2019
Alisha Knowler '11 2019
Matt Moklestad '10 2019 
Danny Neville '10 2019 
Boaz  Nkingi '16 2019 
Robbie Rissman '15 2019 
Samantha Roemer '18 2019
 Nicole Barreca '12 2018
Danielle (Ameling) Chargo '09 2018
Marcus Dawson '09 2018
Hallie (Beeler) Havard '11 2018
Rocio Hermosillo '13 2018
Annie (Williams) Hockins '09 2018
Aaron Martinez '18 2018
Dr. Linda Parker '09 2018
Taufeek Shah '16 2018
Alex Shrewsberry '15 2018
Nicholas Adolf '11 2017
Paige (Curtis) Ahrens '14 2017
Britt (Erps) Einerson '10 2017
Alexander Krist '12 2017
Todd Lorensen '07 2017
Daniel Rohrs '08 2017
Kyrstin Delegardelle'13 2017
Elizabeth Slaton '14 2017
Austin Strawhacker '11 2017
Alexis (Purdum) Ward '11 2017
Obsie Birru '12 2016
Ryan Cosgrove '08 2016
Ashley (Stafford) Hartkorn '09 2016
Mitchell Johnson '12 2016
Kelley Johnson '15 2016
Laure Beth (Nagle) Lyons '08 2016
Steven Neville '07 2016
Amy (McNaul) Rost '12 2016
Eric Thompson '14 2016
Brenda Wahlert-Brown '11 2016
Danish Heritage Preservation

The Danish Heritage Preservation Award was initiated in 1996. This prestigious award honors Grand View alumni and friends who have made a significant contribution to preserving Danish Heritage for generations to come. Grand View’s core values emerge from our Lutheran heritage and our Danish roots. These bedrock values shape academic life, student life, and faith life at Grand View. Informed by its Danish Lutheran heritage, Grand View is a School for Life.

Karen "Skosh" (Carlson '68) Bason 2021
Rita (Pedersen) Juhl '52 2018
Erna Jensen 2016
Ethel (Kjaer) Barker '54 2014
Alice (Olsen) Mikel '60 2013
Daniel Mikel '60 2013
Leland Molgaard '59 2012
W. Clayton Nielsen '42 2011
Sonja (Hansen) Walker '62 2010
Asta (Petersen) Twedt '65 2008
Mark Nussle '58 2007
Joy Ibsen '60 2006
Marilyn (Andersen) Gift '59 2004
James Breining '70 2003
Signe (Nielsen) Betsinger '49 2002
Edwin Pedersen '48 2001
Lowell Kramme '54 2000
Ardis (Nielsen) Petersen '32 1999
Thorvald Hansen '46 1996
Sally Cartwright Volunteer Service Award*

The Sally Cartwright Volunteer Service Award is presented to Grand View alumni and friends who have distinguished themselves through service to the University and community, and have demonstrated generosity through the contribution of personal resources and talents.

Sally Cartwright was instrumental in implementing the planned giving program, Heritage Society, and in the restoration of Old Main into the Humphrey Center at Grand View. She served as the Assistant Vice President for Advancement and Planned Giving until her death in 1993.

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Dr. Laverne Quass, Professor Emeritus 2019
Diane Schaefer Johnson '95 2017
Peter Kiernan '94, '11 2016
Carol (Petersen) Christiansen '55 2013
Chuck Shockley '83 2010
Steven Bobenhouse '69 2009
Nancy Lavender-Bobenhouse '78 2009
Michelle (Wilkinson) Reynolds '89 2008
Marilyn (Hansen) Kramme '54 2006
Matthew Kacer '94 2003
Chris Onsrud '93 2001
Harvey Andersen '56 2000
Carol (Fetters) Andersen '92 2000
Gerald Carlson '90 1999
Robert Larson 1997
Mary (Olsen) Riber '46 1995
Julie (Walters) Bell '84 1994
Young Alumni

This award category was retired in 2015 prior to the introduction of the 10 Under 10 category.

Patrick Hoberg '09 2014
Amedeo Rossi '93 2012
Christian Murray '98 2011
Nicholas Wylie '04 2009
Christopher McDonald '97 2005
Trenton Burd '95 2004
Brian Patterson '95 2004
Roy Sturgeon '92 2002
Bryan Belden '97 2001
Vada Grantham '87 1999
*Award given on alternating years.