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    2008 Awards 2008 Awards Presentation Transcript

      • Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association
      • 2008 Tim Kerin Memorial Awards Luncheon
      • and
      • SEATA Hall of Fame Induction
      Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association
    • NATA Award Recipients
      • NATA Athletic Trainer Service Award
      • Joe Beckett
      • Jeff Konin
      • Carl Mattacola
      • Brad Montgomery
      • Mike Wilkinson
      • NATA Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer
      • Tab Blackburn  
      Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association
    • NATA Award Recipients
      • NATA Honorary Membership
      • J.W. Thomas Byrd, M.D.
      • Mary Lloyd Ireland, M.D.
      • James “Mick” Lynch, M.D.
      • James A. Whiteside, M.D.
      • NATA President’s Challenge Award
      • Champ L. Baker, M.D.
      • NATA Hall of Fame
      • David Pursley  
      Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association
    • NATA Award Recipients
      • NATA 50 Year Award
      • Jerry Rhea, AT Ret.
      Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association
    • NATA Award Recipients
      • NATA 25 Year Award
      • Jessica Avery, ATC
      • Timothy Barron, ATC
      • Margaret Barton, MS, ATC, CSCS
      • Joel W Beam, EdD, ATC, LAT
      • Scott J. Belham, MS, ATC, OPA-C
      • Jeffrey W. Bishop, EdS, ATC
      • Janet R. Bock, MS, AT Ret
      • Loretta Brandon, ATC, PT
      • William Brewer, MSS, ATC
      • Murray T. Burch, MA, ATC
      • Thomas Burns
      • Mark Vaughn Carleton, MS, ATC, CSCS
      • David Cassidy, MEd, LAT, ATC, CSCS
      • Maureen M. Corristan, ATC, CSCS, PES
      • Margaret Davidson, AT Ret
      Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association
      • David S. Duchin, ATC
      • Paul P. Higgs, ATC, LAT, CSCS
      • Russell J. Hoff, MS, ATC
      • Kent Knisley, ATC, PT
      • Marina Kokx-Barber, AT Ret
      • Debra G. Koon, ATC, PT
      • Mary C. Manning, ATC
      • Jacob J. Marucci, MA, ATC
      • John McMullen, ATC
      • Christine Orts-Marshall, ATC
      • George C. Poulis, MA, ATC, LAT
      • Jeffrey M. Quinn, ATC, CSCS, LAT
      • Kevin Rand, ATC, CSCS
      • Lauren M. Sanders, ATC
      • Arthur Nelson Ware, ATC, PT, OCS
    • SEATA Scholarship Recipients
      • Undergraduate Scholarships presented at SEATA Athletic Training Student Symposium - Feb. 8 in Atlanta, GA
      • Alyse King, Eastern Kentucky University, The SEATA Memorial Undergraduate Scholarship
      • Carrie Rahn, Valdosta State University, The Jerry Rhea/Atlanta Falcons Undergraduate Scholarship Award
      • Daniel MacLea, University of South Florida, The Jim Gallaspy Student Leadership Scholarship
      Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association
    • SEATA Scholarship Recipients
      • Graduate Scholarships
      • Carrie Anderson , University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, SEATA Memorial Graduate Scholarship
      • Candy Anderson , University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, Jerry Rhea/Atlanta Falcons Graduate Scholarship Award
      • Kimberly Dolak, University of Kentucky, Hughston Sports Medicine Foundation Scholarship
      Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association
    •  
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    • SEATA Award Recipients
      • Executive Board Service Appreciation
      • Nick Pappas
      • Gerard White
      Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association
    • SEATA Award Recipients
      • High School Athletic Trainer Award
      • Sarah “Jenni” Williams, ATC
      • Backbone Award
      • Shaun Duhe, ATC
      • District Award
      • Marisa Brunett, MS, ATC, LAT
      • Jack C. Hughston, M.D. Sportsmedicine Person of the Year
      • Michael T. Casey, M.D.
      • Award of Merit
      • Al Green, ATC, EMT
      Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association
    • SEATA Award Recipients
      • Sponsors Award
      • Dr. J. Robert Cade
      • Education and Administration Award
      • Gerard White, MEd, ATC
      • Clinical/Industrial/Corporate Athletic Trainer Award
      • Mary K. Kirkland, MS, ATC, LAT
      • Professional Athletic Trainer Award
      • Mike Ryan, ATC, PT, PES
      • College/University Athletic Trainer Award
      • David "Duke" Werner, ATC
      Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association
    • John H. Anderson
      • B.S., Auburn University, 1963, M.S., Auburn University, 1967
      • B egan as Head Athletic Trainer, Auburn High School, 1966
      • Head Athletic Trainer, Troy University 1967-1979
      • Head Athletic Trainer, LSU 1979-1989
      • Program Director, Athletic Training Education, Troy University 1989-Present
      • NATA Member since 1966
      • 1976 Olympics-Mexico, 1970 World Games, 1983-1985 Olympic Sports Festivals, 1987 Pan American Games, 1996 Olympics- Atlanta, World International Special Olympics
      • Head Athletic Trainer, Blue-Gray Football Classic, 1971-1979
      • Head Athletic Trainer, Alabama All-Star Football Classic, 1990-present
      • ALATA Hall of Fame Committee Chair,1990-1998
      • NATA Memorials Resolutions Comm. District IX Rep., 1999-Present
      • SEATA History & Archives Committee AL Rep., 2000-Present, Chair since 2004
      • Alabama Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame, 1999
      • SEATA District Award, 2001
      • SEATA Education/Administration Award, 2007
      • NATA Athletic Trainer Service Award, 1997
      • NATA Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer, 2006
      • Founded Iota Tau Alpha Athletic Training Honor Society, 2005  
    • R.T. Floyd
      • 1974-Present, Head Athletic Trainer then Director of Athletic Training & Sports Medicine, Chair/Professor, Dept. of Physical Education & Athletic Training, The University of West Alabama
      • BS UWA-1980, MAT UWA-1982, EdD University of AL-1995
      • Blue-Gray All-Star Football Classic Athletic Training, 1975-2001
      • District IX Director, 2004-Present
      • NATA Foundation Board District IX Chair, 2003-2005
      • NATA Foundation Board Member Development Chair, 2005-Present
      • NATA Ed. Multimedia Comm. District IX Rep., 1988-2002
      • SEATA Site Selection Committee Chair, 1986-2004
      • SEATA Athletic Training Student Symposium, Competencies in Athletic Training Director, 1997-Present
      • SEATA Webmaster, 2004-Present
      • SEATA Newsletter & SEATA eBlast News editor, 2005-Present
      • Author, Manual of Structural Kinesiology
      • UWA Athletic Hall of Fame, 2001
      • NATA Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer Award, 2003
      • NATA Athletic Trainer Service Award, 1996
      • SEATA District Award, 1990, SEATA Award of Merit, 2001
      • Alabama Athletic Trainers Association Hall of Fame, 2004
      • NATA Sayers "Bud" Miller Distinguished Educator Award, 2007 
    • Chris A. Gillespie
      • B.S. Mississippi College-1980, M.S. Northeast Louisiana University-1981
      • Assistant Athletic Director for Sports Medicine, 2000-2003
      • Director of Athletic Training Education, Assistant Professor of Exercise Science & Sports Medicine, 1985-Present
      • SEATA President, 2003-2006
      • Alabama Athletic Trainers’ Association President, 2001-2003
      • NATA College & University Athletic Trainers’ Committee District IX Chair, 1995-2002
      • NATA Inter-Associational Task Force on Sickle Cell Trait in Athletes, 2006
      • SEATA Honors & Awards Committee, 1993-1998
      • SEATA Athletic Training Student Symposium Co-Founder
      • Alabama Board of Athletic Trainers, 1993-2003, Vice-Chairman, 1995-2003
      • SEATA District Award, 1997
      • NATA Athletic Training Service Award
      • SEATA Education/Administration Award, 2001
      • NATA Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer Award, 2006
      • Alabama Athletic Trainers’ Hall of Fame, 2002
    • Bob Goodwin
      • Teacher/Athletic Trainer, Baker High School, Baker, LA, 1967-1971
      • Central High School Teacher/Athletic Trainer, 1971-1974
      • Athletic Trainer, Southeastern Louisiana University, 1974-2006
      • Special Olympics World Games at LSU, 1983
      • New Orleans Saints Training Camp, 1985
      • Atlanta Falcons Training Camp, 1986-1997
      • Co-Host 1992 Olympic Trails, New Orleans
      • Co-Host 1993 NCAA Track & Field Championships, New Orleans
      • Host Athletic Trainer & Co-Chairman, Medical Committee, Louisiana Special Olympic Games, 1976-1989
      • Louisiana Governor’s Council on Physical Fitness, 1995-1998.
      • Louisiana Athletic Trainers’ Association Director of Professional Education, Vice President, President
      • Louisiana Sports Medicine Society Charter Member, Jim Finks Award for Outstanding Contributions to Sports Medicine, 1999
      • LATA Hall of Fame Committee, 26 years, LATA Program Committee, 10 years
      • SEATA Site Selection Committee, SEATA College & University Athletic Trainers Committee, SEATA History & Archives Committee, SEATA Hall of Fame Committee
      • Louisiana Athletic Trainers Hall of Fame, 1992
      • Southeastern Louisiana University Athletic Hall of Fame, 2006
      • SEATA District Award, 1999
      • SEATA College/University Athletic Trainer Award, 2005
    • David T. Green
      • Director of Athletic Training, Tennessee Tech University, 1985-Present
      • Student Athletic Trainer, Middle Tennessee State Univ., B.S. 1975
      • Graduate Assist. Athletic Trainer, Eastern Kentucky University, M.A. 1977
      • Paul G. Blazer High School in Ashland, KY, 1977-1980
      • Eastern Kentucky University Assist. Athletic Trainer, 1980- 1985
      • Tennessee Athletic Trainers' Society Vice-President, 1994-1998, President, 1998-2002
      • NATA Board of Certification District IX Rep. 1981-1987
      • Ohio Valley Conference Athletic Trainers’ Association President, 1983, 1989, 1991
      • SEATA Exhibits Chair, 1993-Present
      • SEATA Site Selection Committee, 1993-Present
      • 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta,
      • NATA Annual Meeting & Clinical Symposium Co-Host, 2000
      • NATA Honors & Awards Committee Special Awards Subcommittee, 2005-Present
      • TATS College Athletic Trainer of the Year, 1996
      • NATA Athletic Training Service Award, 1996
      • TATS Hall of Fame, 2003
      • NATA Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer, 2003
      • TATS President’s Award of Merit, 2006 
    • Frank Grimaldi, Jr.
      • Student Athletic Trainer, Northern Illinois University, B.S., 1978, Graduate Assistant M.S. 1979
      • Athletic Trainer, United Township High School,1979-1983
      • Athletic Trainer, University of Maryland, 1983-1989
      • Athletic Trainer, University of Miami, 1989-1993
      • Athletic Trainer, Miami Sunset Senior High School, 1993-2002
      • Masters in Medical Science, Nova Southeastern University, 2004
      • Orthopedic Surgical Physician Assistant, Jewett Orthopaedic Clinic
      • Lacrosse World Cup, Perth, Australia, 1990
      • 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta, GA
      • Greek International Baseball Team “B” Pool International Baseball Championships in Hungry, 2002
      • Quad Cities Athletic Trainers Assoc. Board of Directors, 1982-1983
      • Athletic Trainers Association of Florida President, 1997 to 2001
      • SEATA President, 2000-2003
      • ATAF High School Athletic Trainer of the Year, 1994
      • NATA Athletic Trainer Service Award, 1996
      • ATAF Athletic Trainer of the Year, 1998
      • NATA Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer Award, 2000
      • SEATA Award of Merit, 2003
      • ATAF Hall of Fame, 2004
    • MaryBeth Horodyski
      • B.S. Lock Haven University, Ed.D. Columbia University
      • Athletic Trainer, Iowa State, M.S. 1982
      • Assistant Athletic Trainer & Head Athletic Trainer, US Military Academy, West Point, NY, 8 years,
      • Director Graduate Athletic Training Program, Director ofAthletic Training/Sports Medicine Outreach Program Univ. of FL,1992-1997
      • Dept. of Orthopaedics & Rehabilitation, Univ. of Florida, 1997-Present
      • Director of Research Dept. of Orthopaedics & Rehabilitation, Univ. of Florida, 2002-Present
      • New York Athletic Trainers Association Regional Representative
      • Florida High School State Track Meet Medical Coordinator, 4 years, State Football Championships, 3 years
      • SEATA Executive Board, 11 years, SEATA President, 2006-Present
      • SEATA Research & Education Committee Co-Chair, 3 years
      • SEATA Secretary/Treasurer, 5 years, SEATA Treasurer, 4 years
      • NATA Graduate Education Committee, 7 years
      • NATA Secretary/Treasurer Committee, 9 years
      • Journal of Athletic Training Editorial Board
      • NATA Foundation Florida State Representative, 6 years
      • NATA Foundation Public Relations Chair, 2006-Present
      • SEATA Award of Merit, 2006
      • SEATA District IX Award, 2002
      • NATA Service Award, 2000
      • ATAF College/Professional Athletic Trainer of the Year Award, 1997
      • NATA Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer Award, 2004
      • ATAF Hall of Fame, 2004
    • Chuck Kimmel
      • Student Athletic Trainer, B.S. University of Kentucky
      • Assistant Athletic Trainer, East Tennessee State University M.S.
      • Head Athletic Trainer, Austin Peay State University, 1981-2006, Assistant Athletics Director, 1990-2006
      • Injury Clinic Director & Instructor, Appalachian St. Univ., 2007-Present
      • SEATA Exhibits Chairman, 1981-1992
      • Tennessee Athletic Trainers' Society President, 1989-1993
      • SEATA Secretary/Treasurer, 1992-1997,
      • SEATA President, 1997-2000
      • NATA District IX Director, 2000-2004,
      • NATA Secretary/Treasurer, 2001
      • NATA Board liaison to College/University Athletic Trainers’, College/University Student Athletic Trainers’ & Convention committees
      • NATA Co-Chair Convention Host Committee Convention, 2000
      • NATA President, 2004-Present
      • SEATA District Award, 1988
      • TATS College Athletic Trainer of the Year, 1991
      • NATA Athletic Training Service Award, 1997
      • NATA Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer, 2002
      • TATS Hall of Fame, 2002, TATS President’s Award of Merit, 2005
      • SEATA Award of Merit, 2005
      • Austin Peay State University Athletic Hall of Fame, 2006
    • James H. “Jim” Mackie
      • B.S. University of Florida, 1974
      • M.S. Eastern Kentucky University, 1975
      • Assistant Athletic Trainer, University of Florida, 1975-1988
      • Braintree Hospital Outpatient & Sports Medicine and Brockton High School, 1988-1992
      • Riverside Hospital & BaptistSt. Vincent’s Health System, 1992-1999
      • HealthSouth Rehabilitation & Sports Medicine, 2000- 2002
      • St. Vincent’s Rehab & Sports Medicine, 2002-Present
      • 1996 Olympics in Atlanta
      • GATE River Run, Jacksonville Marathon, PGA-MS 150 Bike Tour, Hoop It Up
      • NATA Placement Committee, Public Relations Committee
      • SEATA Backbone Award, 1985
      • NATA Athletic Training Service Award, 1997
      • NATA Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer Award, 2004
      • SEATA District Award, 2006
      • Athletic Trainers Association of Florida, President, 6 years, Vice-President, 2 years
      • ATAF Hall of Fame, 1999
      • SEATA Secretary, 2001-2006
      • SEATA Treasurer, 2006-Present
    • James L. “Jay” Shoop
      • B.S. East Tennessee State University, 1970
      • Head Athletic Trainer, Furman University, 1970-76, M.S. 1976
      • Assistant Athletic Trainer, Atlanta Falcons, 1976-1983
      • Head Athletic Trainer, Detroit Lions, 2001-2002
      • Director of Sports Medicine, Georgia Tech, 2002-Present
      • Director of Sports Med., Head Athletic Trainer, Georgia Tech, 1987-1999
      • Head Athletic Trainer, NFL's Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 1985-1987
      • Head Athletic Trainer, USFL Michigan Panthers, 1983-1984
      • Chief Athletic Trainer, Olympic Village 1996 Centennial Olympic Games
      • Head Athletic Trainer, 1994 Goodwill Games
      • SEATA Annual Clinical Symposium Program Chair, 1979-1981
      • NATA History & Archives Committee District IX Rep.
      • SEATA History & Archives Committee
      • NATA Ethics Committee, 1995-1996
      • NATA Reimbursement Committee, 1990-2000
      • Atlantic Coast Conference Sports Medicine Society President
      • Author, History of the Southeast Athletic Trainers Association , 1988
      • NATA Annual Meeting Co-Host, 2006
      • SEATA Award of Merit, 1998
      • East Tennessee State University Athletic Hall of Fame, 2002
      • NATA Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer Award, 2004
      • Georgia Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame, 2007
    • Jerry Lynn Robertson
      • Student Athletic Trainer, East Tennessee State Univ., 1960-1964, B.S.
      • Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer, Mississippi State Univ., 1965, M.Ed.
      • Head Athletic Trainer, East Tennessee State University, 1965-2003
      • Director of Watauga Orthopaedics Sports Medicine Foundation, Johnson City, TN, 2003-Present
      • SEATA President of SEATA, 1988-1991
      • District IX Director, 1991-1994
      • NATA Liaison Public Relations, Secondary Schools, & Scholarships
      • NATA National Membership Committee, 1965-1970
      • NATA News editorial advisor
      • Tennessee Committee for State Licensure
      • State High School Committee for Athletic Trainers
      • ETSU Jerry Robertson Scholarship Award, 1981
      • East Tennessee State University Pirate Club Hall of Fame,
      • East Tennessee State University Distinguished Faculty Award, 1995
      • Jerry Robertson BucSports Athletic Medicine Center was named in his honor, 2002
      • TATS College Athletic Trainer of the Year Award, 1990
      • TATS Hall of Fame, 1995
      • Fellowship of Christian Athletes Julian Crocker Influence Award, 1994
      • NATA 25 Year Award, 1990
      • SEATA Award of Merit, 1994
      • NATA Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer Award, 1997
    • 2007 SEATA Hall of Fame
      • Mike Chambers
      • Tad Gormley
      • Thomas F. Lutz
      • Frank Mann
      • Claude “Big Monk” Simons, Sr.
      • Frank Wandle
      • Mickey O’Brien
      • Charles E. “Smokey” Harper
      • W.J. “Dutch” Luchsinger
      • Wesley “Doc” Knight
      • Sam Lankford
      • Martin Broussard
      • Earl “Bubba” Porche
      • Don Fauls
      • Jim Goosetree
      • Joe Worden
      • Henry “Buck” Andel
      • Sandy Sandlin
      • Charlie Martin
      • Thomas J. Kerin
      • Kenny Howard
      • Warren Morris
      • Jerry Rhea
      • Eugene “Doc” Harvey
      • Larry “Doc” Harrington
      • Lindsy McLean
      • Chris Patrick, Jr.
      • Dean Kleinschmidt
      • Bobby Barton
      • Don Lowe
      • Doug May
      • Jim Gallaspy
      • Jack Redgren
      • Al Green
      • Sue Stanley-Green
      • Bill McDonald
      • Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association
      • 2008 Tim Kerin Memorial Awards Luncheon
      • Special Thanks to Skeeter Schuessler
      • and
      • SEATA Hall of Fame Induction
      Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association