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The award is presented to a NEISMA member who has demonstrated unusual leadership
and has made significant contributions benefiting NEISMA or its programs.
 
 
1994
Albert E. Tyldesley
Charles Moore Arena, Orleans, MA
For programs in public safety.
 
 
 
1997
Alan B. Ashare M.D.
St. Elizabeth’s Hospital, Boston, MA
For the Heads Up Don’t Duck Program.
 
 
 
1998
Albert E. Tyldesley
NEISMA Board of Directors and
Charles Moore Arena, Orleans, MA
For accomplishments as NEISMA president.
 
 
 
2000
Thomas Morton
NEISMA Board of Directors and
Law Firm of Morton & Morton
For his contributions to NEISMA and NEISMA representative to the ASTM Ice Arena Committee.
 
 
 
2001
Dr. Jack Vivian
University of Michigan, JRV Management Co. and
The ISI Institute of Management
For the growth of professional educations within
the ice skating industry.
 
 
 
2002
Edward Peduto
NEISMA Board of Directors and
Burbank Ice Arena, Reading, MA
For his dedication and efforts to the financial
health of NEISMA.
 
 
 
2004
Jim McMorrow
NEISMA Board of Directors
For his years of service to NEISMA as past president, Rink Rat Editor and conference planner.
     
2008 Deane Pomeroy Involved with NEISMA for over 5 years, NEISMA Board of Directors for 12 years. for his devotion of time and willingness to help the organization and his fellow rinks has made him into a true leader of the industry
     
2012 Jeff Bardwell Jeff has been a longstanding member of NEISMA Board of Directors. He started in 1996 and has served the Board well in his capacity of Vice President. He has helped guide NEISMA through the years by producing several spring conferences, serving on numerous committees, started the original web-site for NEISMA, and has been involved with the many mailings that have been done for NEISMA, writing articles for the Rink Rat, and was the editor for the Rink Rat.
2015 Jeff Rubin

NEISMA’s “Nuts & Bolts” was Jeff’s brainchild and he carried that burden for many years. He served as a member of the Board of Directors since he’d arrived in Woburn (1999) and has been President since 2013. His efforts on behalf of NEISMA cannot be overstated.