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Pillar awards.

Awarded to longtime members who have worked faithfully in their state societies and have compiled a long track record of service to AMT at the state level but who are eliminated from consideration from national awards simply because they have already received them. Limited to those individuals who received national Distinguished Achievement Awards at least five years prior to 2001.

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Kitty Louise Carr, MT, Fairmont, WV, was certified in 1980. She is the current vice-president of the AMT West Virginia state society and also has served on numerous committees. Awards include Distinguished Achievement and Exceptional Merit. Ms. Carr earned an A.A.S. in Medical Laboratory Technology and a B.S. in Biology from Fairmont State College and is Medical Technologist in Hematology, Coagulation and Urinalysis at Fairmont General Hospital, Fairmont, WV.

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Yvonne M. Hermann, MT, Oakland, KY, was certified in 1979. She is the current treasurer of the AMT Kentucky state society (past president and secretary) and also has served on numerous state and national committees. Awards include Distinguished Achievement and Exceptional Merit. State awards include Kentucky Medical Technologist of the Year, President's Award, and Kentucky Member of the Year. Mrs. Hermann earned a B.S. from Western Kentucky University and is Medical Technologist, Laboratory Manager at Graves-Gilbert Clinic in Bowling Green, KY.

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Herbert L. Jewell, MT, Tenino, WA, was certified in 1975. He serves on the AMT Northwest state society board of directors (past president and vice president) and stated that he has attended nearly every state meeting and Northwest symposium since 1975. He also served on several committees. Awards include Distinguished Achievement and state Technologist of the Year. Mr. Jewell earned a Master's degree in Public Administration and is now retired.

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Peggy Oiler, MT, Lawrenceville, GA, was certified in 1969. She is the current vice-president of the AMT Georgia state society (past president, secretary, treasurer, and editor), and current AMT Convention Committee chair. Ms. Oiler has also served on the Magnolia Educational Treasures Committee (current treasurer) and numerous other committees. Awards include Distinguished Achievement, Silver Service, Pillar, and Dusty Rhodes LIFE Award. She has a B.S. in Biology from Brenan College, and MT diploma from High Forest Academy.

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Patricia Poitier-Sands, RMA, Pompano Beach, FL, was certified in 1981. She is the current vice president of the AMT Florida state society (past treasurer and corresponding secretary). She has also served on numerous state and national committees and has been a speaker at state and national AMT meetings. Awards include Distinguished Achievement, Exceptional Merit, RMA of the Year, Pillar, and Medallion of Merit. State honors include Distinguished Achievement, RMA of the Year, Certificate of Merit, and Allied Health Professional of the Year. She attended H&B School of Technology (Medical Assistant), and Broward Community Col lege (Nursing); she is a medical assistant, nurse, billing and collections specialist at the office of Vijay N. Samant, MD, Boca Raton, FL. She is also owner of A-1 Claims Services and teaches medical billing and collections.

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Marlyce Schrodt, MT, Prole, IA, was certified in 1984. She is the current secretary of the AMT Iowa state society (past co-editor) and a member on several committees. Mrs. Schrodt has chaired and co-chaired past state meetings. Awards include Distinguished Achievement, Exceptional Merit, and several writing/publication awards. She earned a Bachelor in Liberal Studies Degree from Iowa State University and is Medical Technologist-Hematologist, Blood Bank & Chemistry at VA Central Iowa Healthcare System in Des Moines, IA.

Sheryl M. Scott, RMA, Huber Heights, OH, was certified in 1991. She is the current secretary of the Ohio AMT state society (past co-editor) and has served on several committees. She represents AMT on the Medical Advisory Board for Kaplan College in Cincinnati. She is the recipient of the Distinguished Achievement Award. At the state level, she has been honored with RMA of the Year, the Board of Directors Award, and the President's Award. Ms. Scott earned an Associate Degree-Medical Assistant from Southwestern School of Business, and an Associate Degree-General Office from Elmira Business College.

Susan Swanek, MT, Avoca, PA, was certified in 1981. She is the current editor of the AMT Pennsylvania state society (past vice president and secretary) and also served on several committees. Awards include Distinguished Achievement, Exceptional Merit, Silver Service and several writing awards. State awards include PA Technologist of the Year. Miss Swanek has a B.S. degree in Healthcare Administration and MBA in Total Quality Management from City University.
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