Recipients of the TWS Distinguished Service Award

The Thomas Wolfe Society awards Distinguished Service Award for exceptional service.

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Recipients of the TWS Distinguished Service Award
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1995 John Ware, for his work on the creation and placement of a plaque at Johns Hopkins Hospital honoring Thomas Wolfe and Dr. Walter Dandy.
1996 Sharon S. Connelly, for her creation and maintenance of the Thomas Wolfe page on the World Wide Web.
Doris Betts, for her work on a proposed U.S. commemorative postage stamp honoring Thomas Wolfe.
1997 Joseph M. Flora, for his service as president of the Thomas Wolfe Society, May 1995 through May 1997.
1999 Frank C. Wilson, for his service as president of the Thomas Wolfe Society, May 1997 through May 1999.
Carole Conrad, for her beyond-the-call-of-duty work before and during the 1999 Society meeting in New York City.
2000 Bob R. Powell, for his outstanding work as leader of the Society’s successful efforts toward the issuance of a Thomas Wolfe U.S. Commemorative stamp.
2001 Mary Aswell Doll, for her service as president of the Thomas Wolfe Society, May 1999 through May 2001.
Takashi Kodaira, for his many contributions to Wolfe studies in Japan.
Hiroshi Tsunemoto, for his many contributions to Wolfe studies in Japan.
2002 Terry Roberts, for his service as editor of the Thomas Wolfe Review.
2003 Steven B. Rogers, for his service as president of the Thomas Wolfe Society, May 2001 through May 2003.
Richard S. Kennedy (posthumous), for the many years he gave to the advancement of Thomas Wolfe scholarship, his constant encouragement of a new generation of Wolfe scholars, and his long and dedicated service to the Thomas Wolfe Society.
2004 The Asheville Fire Department, for saving the Old Kentucky Home, immortalized as “Dixieland” in Thomas Wolfe’s Look Homeward, Angel.
The State of North Carolina, the Department of Cultural Resources, and the Staff of the Thomas Wolfe Memorial, for the restoration and preservation of the Old Kentucky Home as a State Historic Site.