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Issue 2 Winter 2001

Ann Hertzler Receives Mary Abbott Hess Award

[plaque reads]

The AMERICAN DIETETIC ASSOCIATION FOUNDATION
recognizes
Ann A. Hertzler, Ph.D, RD
as the recipient of the
MARY ABBOTT HESS AWARD
FOR RECOGNITION OF AN INNOVATIVE
FOOD/CULINARY EFFORT
OCTOBER 2001

signed by Kenneth W. Wear, Chair, ADAF and Susan Borra, President, ADA

An audience of 1000 people looked on as Jackie Marcus, chair of the Food and Culinary Dietetic Practice Group, presented Ann Hertzler with the Hess Award. Ann commented on the importance of historical leaders such as Marie Parloa, Sarah Tyson Roher (first dietitian), and others. She mentioned Alice Johnson's efforts to honor an extension food and nutrition specialist, Janet Lowe Cameron, by collecting and organizing materials from Cameron's career and donating them to Special Collections at Virginia Tech. She also recognized the efforts of Jean Robbins and the Culinary History Committee in contrinbuting to the growth and success of Virginia Tech's Peacock-Harper Culinary History Collections.

Ann Hertzler retired from Virginia Tech and moved to North Carolina.


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