Nancy Gonzalez honors Paul Amato—Scholar, mentor and friend
Jim Walters Bob Keim Jim inspired students to read primary sources, seeking the roots of ideas.  ~Bob Keim
In honor of the mindful, purposeful, & intentional teaching of Sterling K. Wall.  ~Alicia Gaede & Amanda Powers
Mentor Wes Burr inspired “child” Tom Holman who inspired “grandchild” Dean Busby
We honor and thank our dynamic mentor,  Carmen Knudson-Martin!  ~L-R: Norma Scarborough, Amy Tuttle, Randi Cowdery, Carmen...
To Mentor Carl Ridley-   Thanks for teaching me to have fun at work. ~Brian Ogolsky
Jane Gilgun Kit Chesla Jane Gilgun's intellectually generous and kind mentoring made NCFR accessible & exciting.  ~Kit Che...
Joe Pittman was, and continues to be, a fabulous mentor.  I'm incredibly fortunate.  ~Lisa Taylor
Barbara Settles Debra Berke Debra Berke honors mentor Barbara Settles.
Barbara Settles: You enlarged my borders & inspired hope in me and generations to come… Dank u wel. ~Michelle Knights
To Mike Johnson:  Thanks for being a terrific mentor and friend!  ~Janel Leone
Jennifer Kerpelman: Thanks for being a wise and patient mentor. You are greatly appreciated!  ~Jennifer Crosswhite
Gladys Hildreth has sacrificially nurtured generations of students and professionals at the cost of her own career. ~Tammy...
I have respected and cherished Gladys Hildreth’s advice, counsel and friendship for over 35 years.  ~Anne Peterson
With appreciation and respect to Loren Marks; my mentor, teacher, role-model colleague, and friend. ~Olena Nesteruk
Bill Doherty:  Thank you for your genuine interest, sharing your wisdom, and investing in me.  ~Jared Anderson
Felix Berardo (1934-2008), NCFR Fellow, JMF Editor. He said no one ever listened to his advice. I did!    ~Connie Shehan
A tribute to my mentor Rand Conger…. For guidance and support, 12 years and counting.  ~Ming Cui
My mentor  David Wright… intelligent, compassionate, humble, encouraging, inspirational, funny, infallible, a true friend!...
“ You cannot do a kindness too soon, for you never know how soon it will be too late.” R.W. Emerson Mentor, Felix Berardo ...
Thanks for opening my world to family science and planting many seeds. Mentor, Raeann Hamon Mentee, Michael Sturm
Jay Mancini treats us like colleagues and is an example of excellence. ~Bryce Jorgenson
Dennis Orthner has been a source of inspiration and guidance in my work and a steadfast friend for more than 30 years--he ...
Cheers to you, Dennis, valued friend, accomplished family scientist, extraordinary mentor. Jay Mancini Jay Mancini with me...
To a generous, kind, brilliant scholar. Wish you were here, Dr. Luster.  ~Angela Nievar The late Tom Luster and mentee, An...
Anisa Zvonkovic Jennifer Rojas-McWhinney Thank you Dr. Zvonkovic for your continued guidance throughout my educational end...
Suzanne Randolph  A stalwart mentor and educator who guides you to "stay the course!“ ~James Bridgers, Jr.
Suzanne Randolph:  An incredible, dynamic, and interactive mentor whose impact on my life remains. ~Tonya Cain
For Judy Myers-Walls, my teacher, mentor, and friend, thank you! ~Larissa Frias
Gary Peterson More than a mentor or guide Forever a friend ~Denise Bodman
Liz Levaro honors Alexis Walker --  Dedicated teacher -- Creative researcher -- Writer and editor extraordinaire -- Amazin...
Thanks for your time, example, and influence for good in the world.   ~Steve Fife Terrance Olson Steve Fife
Cindy Winter—Professional leader, teacher, friend, mentor and guide – Thank you, Judy  Schutz
Mentor, Rosemary Blieszner Mentee, Raeann Hamon  Rosemary Blieszner—Accomplished, Caring, Accessible, Committed to Family ...
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  1. 1. Nancy Gonzalez honors Paul Amato—Scholar, mentor and friend
  2. 2. Jim Walters Bob Keim Jim inspired students to read primary sources, seeking the roots of ideas. ~Bob Keim
  3. 3. In honor of the mindful, purposeful, & intentional teaching of Sterling K. Wall. ~Alicia Gaede & Amanda Powers
  4. 4. Mentor Wes Burr inspired “child” Tom Holman who inspired “grandchild” Dean Busby
  5. 5. We honor and thank our dynamic mentor,  Carmen Knudson-Martin! ~L-R: Norma Scarborough, Amy Tuttle, Randi Cowdery, Carmen Knutson-Martin and Karen Quek
  6. 6. To Mentor Carl Ridley- Thanks for teaching me to have fun at work. ~Brian Ogolsky
  7. 7. Jane Gilgun Kit Chesla Jane Gilgun's intellectually generous and kind mentoring made NCFR accessible & exciting. ~Kit Chesla
  8. 8. Joe Pittman was, and continues to be, a fabulous mentor. I'm incredibly fortunate. ~Lisa Taylor
  9. 9. Barbara Settles Debra Berke Debra Berke honors mentor Barbara Settles.
  10. 10. Barbara Settles: You enlarged my borders & inspired hope in me and generations to come… Dank u wel. ~Michelle Knights
  11. 11. To Mike Johnson: Thanks for being a terrific mentor and friend! ~Janel Leone
  12. 12. Jennifer Kerpelman: Thanks for being a wise and patient mentor. You are greatly appreciated! ~Jennifer Crosswhite
  13. 13. Gladys Hildreth has sacrificially nurtured generations of students and professionals at the cost of her own career. ~Tammy Henderson
  14. 14. I have respected and cherished Gladys Hildreth’s advice, counsel and friendship for over 35 years. ~Anne Peterson
  15. 15. With appreciation and respect to Loren Marks; my mentor, teacher, role-model colleague, and friend. ~Olena Nesteruk
  16. 16. Bill Doherty: Thank you for your genuine interest, sharing your wisdom, and investing in me. ~Jared Anderson
  17. 17. Felix Berardo (1934-2008), NCFR Fellow, JMF Editor. He said no one ever listened to his advice. I did! ~Connie Shehan
  18. 18. A tribute to my mentor Rand Conger…. For guidance and support, 12 years and counting. ~Ming Cui
  19. 19. My mentor David Wright… intelligent, compassionate, humble, encouraging, inspirational, funny, infallible, a true friend! ~Kelly Campbell
  20. 20. “ You cannot do a kindness too soon, for you never know how soon it will be too late.” R.W. Emerson Mentor, Felix Berardo Mentee, Mihaela Robila
  21. 21. Thanks for opening my world to family science and planting many seeds. Mentor, Raeann Hamon Mentee, Michael Sturm
  22. 22. Jay Mancini treats us like colleagues and is an example of excellence. ~Bryce Jorgenson
  23. 23. Dennis Orthner has been a source of inspiration and guidance in my work and a steadfast friend for more than 30 years--he is like an older brother. ~Gary Bowen
  24. 24. Cheers to you, Dennis, valued friend, accomplished family scientist, extraordinary mentor. Jay Mancini Jay Mancini with mentor, Dennis Orthner
  25. 25. To a generous, kind, brilliant scholar. Wish you were here, Dr. Luster. ~Angela Nievar The late Tom Luster and mentee, Angela Nievar
  26. 26. Anisa Zvonkovic Jennifer Rojas-McWhinney Thank you Dr. Zvonkovic for your continued guidance throughout my educational endeavors.
  27. 27. Suzanne Randolph A stalwart mentor and educator who guides you to "stay the course!“ ~James Bridgers, Jr.
  28. 28. Suzanne Randolph: An incredible, dynamic, and interactive mentor whose impact on my life remains. ~Tonya Cain
  29. 29. For Judy Myers-Walls, my teacher, mentor, and friend, thank you! ~Larissa Frias
  30. 30. Gary Peterson More than a mentor or guide Forever a friend ~Denise Bodman
  31. 31. Liz Levaro honors Alexis Walker --  Dedicated teacher -- Creative researcher -- Writer and editor extraordinaire -- Amazing woman -- Valued friend  
  32. 32. Thanks for your time, example, and influence for good in the world. ~Steve Fife Terrance Olson Steve Fife
  33. 33. Cindy Winter—Professional leader, teacher, friend, mentor and guide – Thank you, Judy  Schutz
  34. 34. Mentor, Rosemary Blieszner Mentee, Raeann Hamon Rosemary Blieszner—Accomplished, Caring, Accessible, Committed to Family and Faith, Excellent Professional Model.
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