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Local residents honored by NIST

December 21, 2008

GAITHERSBURG, Md. - The following local residents recently received the Departmental Bronze Medal and other awards from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).

· Sharon W. Cook of Boonsboro, an administrative officer in the Electronics and Electrical Engineering Laboratory, received the Bronze Medal.

· Linda C. Acierto of Knoxville, Md., a program analyst in the Office of the Director, received the Bronze Medal.

· Eric P. Whitenton of Knoxville, an engineering technician, received the Bronze Medal.

· Francine K. Amon of Frederick, Md., a chemical engineer, received the Bronze Medal.

· Nelson P. Bryner of Frederick, a supervisory chemical engineer, received the Bronze Medal.

· Marcus T. Cicerone of Frederick, a supervisory research chemist, received the Bronze Medal.

· Bert M. Coursey of Frederick, a program manager in the Physics Laboratory, received the Edward Bennett Rosa Award.

· Douglas Howell of Frederick, a utilities systems repairer operator in the Office of the Chief Facilities Management Officer, received the Eugene Casson Crittenden Award.

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· Lizbeth Laureano-Perez of Frederick, a physicist, received the Bronze Medal.

· Val R. Miller of Frederick, a physical scientist, received the Bronze Medal.

· Terri J. Talbott of Frederick, a senior management adviser, received the Director's Award for Excellence in Administration.

· Michelle P. Steves of Frederick, an information systems analyst, received the Bronze Medal.

· Randy L. Wixom of Frederick, a utilities systems repairer operator in the Office of the Chief Facilities Management Officer, received the Eugene Casson Crittenden Award.

· Deborah J. Anderson of Ijamsville, Md., a senior management adviser, received the Director's Award for Excellence in Administration.

· Patricia A. O'Connor of Mount Airy, Md., a human resources specialist, received the Director's Award for Excellence in Administration.

· Joan C. Sauerwein of Mount Airy, a supervisory measurement services product specialist, received the Judson C. French Award.

· Ann M. Virts of Sabillasville, Md., an electronics technician, received the Bronze Medal.

- Elizabeth J. Gentry of Urbana, Md., a general business specialist, received the Bronze Medal.

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