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The Barbara Williams

Service Award

January 1, 2017
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PRESENTED AT

USTA Semiannual Meeting & Conference, held annually in New York, in conjunction with the US Open.

 

ELIGIBILITY

A female person who meets the following criteria:

 

CRITERIA

1. Nominee must be a female member of the USTA.

2. Nominee must meet the leadership qualifications as stated in the following description of the Award:

 

To be considered for the award, the nominee, through her volunteer service must have shown leadership abilities and been a source of inspiration and encouragement to others to become volunteers and assume active leadership roles in the USTA.

 

In evaluating the Barbara Williams Service Award nominations, the USTA Awards Committee will take into consideration only the information that pertains to the criteria of the award.  In the evaluation process, the Committee will place major emphasis on the nominee's tennis-related volunteer service and leadership qualifications.

 

SELECTION PROCESS

Sections nominate a person meeting the criteria and the Awards committee votes and the results are based on a weighted average.

 

TIMETABLE

Follows the Fall Awards Timetable - see Awards homepage for the standard timelines

 

CONTACT

Christine Castro, Staff Member, USTA Awards Committee

 

HISTORY

The Barbara Williams Service Award honors the late Barbara Williams by recognizing a female volunteer who through her leadership and by her example has encouraged and inspired others to become volunteers and assume leadership roles at the community, section and/or national levels of the United States Tennis Association.

 

YEARBOOK DESCRIPTION

2003 was the inaugural year for the Barbara William Leadership Award Application, which honors the late Barbara Williams by recognizing a female volunteer who, through her service, leadership and by her example, has encouragd and inspired others to become volunteers and assume leadership roles at the community, section and/or national levels of the USTA. This award has merged with the Service Bowl in 2014 bringing together two awards that recognize female members with th emost esteemed service and leadership within the USTA.

 

PAST BARBARA WILLIAMS SERVICE AWARD WINNERS:

 

2014 - Betty Cookson

2015 - Lauren K. Covert

2016 - Barbara J. Fackel

 

PAST BARBARA WILLIAMS LEADERSHIP AWARD WINNERS:

 

2003 - Carol Schneider

2005 - Margaret A. Lawrence

2006 - Barbara L. Smith

2007 - Sharon B. Gault

2008 - Lise J. Frank

2009 - Judy Utley

2010 - Lucy S. Garvin

2011 - Sue Gregor

2012 - Carol Welder

 

PAST SERVICE BOWL  WINNERS:

 

1944 - Dorothy Bundy Cheney

1945 - Margaret Osborne duPont

1946 - Hazel H. Wightman

1947 - Mrs. John B. Prizer

1948 - A. Louise Brough

1949 - Madge Harshaw Vosters

1950 - Nancy P. Norton

1951 - Gladys Medalie Heldman

1952 - Maureen Connolly Brinker

1953 - Mrs. John B. Moore

1954 - Marjorie Gladman Buck

1955 - Doris Hart

1956 - Patricia Henry Yeomans

1957 - Dorothy Head Knode

1958 - Katharine Hubbell

1959 - Barbara Krase Chandler

1960 - Sylvia K. Simonin

1961 - Gail Stewart

1962 - Mimi Arnold

1963 - Marilyn Montgomery
1964 - Mrs. Theodore Hackett & Helen Fulton Shockley

1965 - Rosalind Greenwood

1966 - Billie Jean Moffitt King

1967 - Donna Floyd Fales

1968 - Betty R. Pratt

1969 - Doris Harrison

1970 - Nancy Jeffett

1971 - Ruth Lay

1972 - Nancy Neeld

1973 - Edythe Sullivan McGoldrick

1974 - Mary Arnold Prentiss

1975 - Julie M. Heldman

1976 - Maru Hardwick Hare

1977 - Catharine Sample

1978 - Carol Schneider

1979 - Marian Baird

1980 - Evelyn Houseman

1981 - Sarah Palfrey Danzig

1982 - Chris Evert Lloyd

1983 - Helen Post & Flo Blanchard

1984 - Alice Marble    

1985 - Barbara S. Williams

1986 - Betty Cookson

1987 - Shirley Fry Irvin

1988 - Margaret Newfield

1989 - Carole Graebner 

1990 - Barbara Wynne

1991 - Christine S. Beck

1992 - Pauline Betz Addie

1993 - Yvonne K. Garton

1994 - Pam Shriver

1995 - Julia A. Levering 

1996 - Andrea Jaeger

1997 - Mildred Southern

1998 - Zina Garrison

1999 - Nancy Corse Reed

2000 - Katherine Chabot Willetti

2001 - Virginia Tyler Renouard

2002 - Jean Hughes Mills

2003 - Chanda Rubin    

2004 - Leslie Allen    

2005 - Pam Austin

2006 - Carolyn A. Nichols

2007 - Katrina M. Adams 

2008 - Mary Joe Fernandez

2009 - Fern Lee "Peachy" Kellmeyer

2010 - Elaine Mason

2011 - Belmar Gunderson

2012 - Barbara Lawrence

2013 - Margaret L. Cooper

 

NEW ENGLAND WINNERS:

 

1941 - Mrs. William M. Shedden

1942 - Mrs. J. Lewis Bremer

1943 - Marjorie Morrill Painter

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