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Lou Spector Golden Candy Dish Award

The Lou Spector Golden Candy Dish Award is presented to a broker industry member who has performed above the normal call of business to promote the confectionery industry.   

Past recipients:

2013
Walt Freed, Kahler-Senders Group/ISM

2012      
Betsy Harris, Harold W. Young, Inc.

2011      
Don Vogler, Hoffman-Vogler

2010      
Don Lamere, Harvey-Winchell Company, Inc.

2009      
Joe Donnelly, Trend Sales, Inc.

2008      
Bruce Gibbons, Atkinson-Crawford Sales Company, Inc.

2007      
Dave Tucci, Consolidated Sales Network                                            

2006      
Rick LeBlanc, Kahler-Senders Group                                       

2005      
Phil Shankman, Shankman and Associates                 

2004      
John Carroll, Carroll and Associates

2003      
Dick Astonucci, R. L. Astonucci & Assoc.

2002      
Frank Geraci, Geraci and Associates

2001      
Arnie Citrin, Citrin Petoscla, Inc.

2000      
Stanley Marks, Stanley Marks, Inc.

1996      
AI Johnson, D & F Brokerage

1994      
Ron Flynn, Bob Rasmussen & Associates

1993      
Ron Flynn, Bob Rasmussen & Associates

1992      
Paul H. Johnson, Johnson, Holmes Associates

1991      
Arnie Jellison, Jelgon Consulting

1990      
Ruth Crisp, Ruth Crisp & Associates

1989      
Mark F. McArdle, McArdle, Inc.

1988      
Leonard H. Sisitzky, LH Sisitzky Sales, Inc.

1987      
Jerold 0. Young, Harold W. Young, Inc.

1986      
Robert Elias

1985      
Thomas C. Munson, Tom Dot Company

1984
Alan S. Johnson

1983
J. Buford Claxton

1981
William B. Sherman

1980
Sheridan G. Carr

1979
Rollin Titsworth

1978
Gary Elgaaen

1977
Tom Cook

1976
Leonard Ross

1975
Kenneth King

1974
Charles L. Kruger

1973
J. Reid Green

1972
A. C. Sunkel

1971
Albert A. Lublin

1970
Morton Duck

1969
Don Falkowitz

1968
Gordon N. White

1967
Warren "Pat" Green

1966 
Robert D. Hasselman

1965
Franklin S. Chase

1964
Jules D. Schwartz

1963
Virgil M. "Andy" Anderson

1962
Hy Falkowitz

1961
Joseph F. Cognetti

 

Missing years represent years when the award was not presented.