New Namesake for Top ANA Service Award
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Yes, according to the ANA’s policy manual (Yes, Virginia, there is one, and they go by it.) all service awards must be named after DECEASED ANA MEMBERS, and the award must be endowed for a minimum of 10 years. 
 

At the April 12 Board of Governors meeting, the Board approved renaming what WAS the Farran Zerbe Award to the Chester Krause Distinguished Service Award. 
 

There ALREADY are enough donors to cover the first 10 years. 

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I can find no fault with the K man. He was a real gentleman and did so much good for the hobby. I even got a tour of Iola, Wisconsin from the front passenger seat of his 1923 Ford Model T Runabout, though the designated driver was Burnett Anderson, another fine fellow I miss.

I believe the board made a very good choice.

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I’ve been to Iola. Reminds me of my adopted hometown of Arab, AL, except the average neck is a shade or seven redder around here. 

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On 4/18/2022 at 7:29 PM, RWB said:

Good choice.

Prodigious eyebrows late in life, too. 

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