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AMEA MEMBERSHIP HONOR ROLL


The Alabama Music Educators Association is proud to recognize those AMEA members having 25 or more years of continuous membership in NAfME. This year, each person attaining 25 years and those reaching increments of five years beyond that will be honored.


The strength of any organization can be demonstrated by the dedication and leadership displayed by its members. The greatest learning opportunities come to those members who become involved with the organization and offer to participate in leadership responsibilities.


Numbers following the names below represent the number of years of continuing membership - not the number of years of teaching. Many of these educators are retired from active teaching, but continue to make contributions to music education and to AMEA in other ways. We congratulate this group of leaders and thank them for their service on behalf of music education.


AMEA MEMBERSHIP HONOR ROLL 2014-2015 Years of Continuing Membership


Edward Cleino - 70 years John M. Long - 65 years Lacey Powell - 60 years Anne Witt - 50 years


Wanda Thompson - 45 years Pat Blackwell - 40 years Jerry Toole - 40 years


William Brindza - 35 years Carl Kauffman - 35 years Alvin McKinney - 35 years Michael Stough - 35 years David Brewer - 30 years Rick Coggin - 30 years Thomas Holland - 30 years Deborah Petipas - 30 years


ala breve Pam Smith - 30 years


Randell Wallace - 30 years David Bearden - 25 years Linda Byrd - 25 years John Cooper - 25 years David Curren - 25 years John Mark Foster - 25 years Thomas Francis - 25 years Joseph Harbison - 25 years Martha Harris - 25 years Detrick Hodges - 25 years Clarence Janes - 25 years Rusty Logan - 25 years Jane Powell - 25 years Regina Raney - 25 years


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