Giulio Mazzone Distinguished Service Award


NASPO's Giulio Mazzone Distinguished Service Award Program recognizes service, on a continuing exemplary basis, to the public purchasing profession. The program was created in 1982 as the NASPO Distinguished Service Award, and in 1994 was renamed for Giulio Mazzone.


About Giulio Mazzone
Giulio Mazzone was a NASPO member, former NASPO President and the seventh recipient of the Distinguished Service Award. As the lightning rod behind NASPO's recycling involvement, especially with paper and the ASTM, he cultivated a very good relationship between NASPO and the federal government. As important, if not more important, he was a good friend, quick to make new members feel welcome and part of the organization, urging them to get involved. He was responsible for many members' decisions to jump into the thick of things. Renaming the award after Guilio lost his fight to cancer represented both NASPO's attempt to hold on to a little piece of the “Giulio magic,” and a restatement of the high bar this award represents to NASPO members.

 

Giulio Mazzone Distinguished Service Award Recipients

2019:  Norma Hall

 

Giulio Mazzone Distinguished Service Award Recipients(Continued..)

  • 2017: Vern Jones
  • 2016: John Adler
  • 2015: Monica Wilkes
  • 2014: Jeff Holden
  • 2014: 20th Anniversary Special Mazzone Award: Jack Pitzer
  • 2013: Ron Bell
  • 2012: Marvin Eicholtz
  • 2011: Voight Shealy
  • 2010: Ellen Phillips
  • 2009: Richard Pennington
  • 2008: Jan Hamik
  • 2007: Wayne Casper
  • 2006: none selected
  • 2005: Denise Lea
  • 2004: Dugan Petty
  • 2003: Dave Gragan
  • 2002: none selected
  • 2001: Don Buffum
  • 2000: Doug Richins
  • 1999: Richard Thompson
  • 1998: Gary Lambert
  • 1997: Paula Moskowitz
  • 1996: Margaret McConnell
  • 1995: John Haggerty
  • 1994: Edward Erxleben

NASPO Distinguished Service Award Recipients

  • 1993: none selected
  • 1992: William S. Warstler
  • 1991: Thomas M. Bostick
  • 1990: Giulio Mazzone
  • 1989: none selected
  • 1988: Jack Spath
  • 1987: John Hittinger (posthumously)
  • 1986: Herman Crystal (posthumously)
  • 1985: Tom and Ethel Blanco
  • 1984: none selected
  • 1983: John Short
  • 1982: Willis Holding

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George Schutter selected as NASPO President-Elect

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George Schutter selected as NASPO President-Elect

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Reverse Auctions: A Roadmap for Success

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