Here are some of the other recipients of VWOA awards in years 1990 to 1995:
1990 Marconi Memorial Gold Medal of Achievement
Charles Dana Gibson: In recognition of his many years of specialization to maritime history and especially for his continuing efforts to successfully win veteran status for World War II mariners. Author of many books including The Ordeal of Convoy NY-119, and Merchantman? Or Ship of War?.
Louis R. Mateo: In recognition of his many years of service to merchant marine communications and his devotion to preserving radio communications matters are remarkable of remembrance for historical purposes. Radio officer in war and peace. Author The Banana Boat Romance and many journal articles.
Raymond P. Redwood, SK: In recognition of his many years of service as Radio Officer in the merchant marine and as the writer who successfully published QTC which concentrated on the human interest aspect of radio communications at sea. Retired RAF and merchant marine radio operator.
|Edward F. Pleuler, Jr.: In recognition of his many years of dedicated service to the field of merchant marine radio communications and his ardent devotion to the VWOA.|
1990 Marconi Memorial Scroll of Honor
Albert E. Merrikin (posthumously), Radio Officer, SS Texaco Oklahoma. Died at his post.
1991 Marconi Memorial Gold Medal of Achievement
|David W. Winter, SK Chief Radio Officer and retired Chief Engineer of New York radio staion WEVD.|
Norman Brouwer, Historian and Curator, South Street Seaport Museum.
1991 Marconi Memorial Award Plaque
Joseph J. Fairclough, Educator and author Education thru Communication. President, Radio Club of JHS22 (New York City).
Peter W. Kemp, KZ1Z, Educator and amateur radio author.
Carole Perry, Educator and author Introduction to Amateur Radio.
1991 Marconi Memorial Service Award Plaque
SS JEREMIAH O'BRIEN, museum ship in San Francisco, CA
SS JOHN W. BROWN, museum ship in Baltimore, MD
SS LANE VICTORY, museum ship in San Pedro, CA
1992 Marconi Memorial Gold Medal of Achievement
|John Z. Alexander, Chief Radio Officer; Comsat
Mobile Communications Sales Manager. 22nd President of the VWOA.
|J. Michael Shaw, Marine Electronics Service Engineer, ITT. 19th President of the VWOA.|
1992 Marconi Memorial Award Plaque
Kenneth W. Bilby, Assisted in the production of Empire of the Air.
Ken Burns, Producer and Director of Empire of the Air.
Susan Douglas, Assisted in the production of Empire of the Air.
Frank A. Gunther, VWOA member, consultant in the production of Empire of the Air.
Jeanne Hammond, Researcher for Empire of the Air.
Bruce Kelley, Wireless historian, Curator of the Antique Wireless Association Museum, consultant to Empire of the Air.
Robert M. Morris, Consultant in the production of Empire of the Air.
Dana M. Raymond, Researcher for Empire of the Air.
Gertrude H. Tyne, Researcher for Empire of the Air.
Morgan Wesson, Researcher for Empire of the Air.
Edward F. Perry, Jr., Recipient of the Edward R. Murrow Award for WATD-FM, Marshfield, MA, for excellence.
1993 Marconi Memorial Gold Medal of Achievement
Otto R. Claus, Chief Radio Officer; President of the Broadcast Technology Society, IEEE.
Lewis Coe, Wireless historian and author of The Domestic Radiotelegraph System.
Jimmy Dezauche, Jr., Established WLO Radio in Mobile, Alabama.
1993 Marconi Memorial Award Plaque
Henry L. Bertonia, Head, Department of Electrical Enginnering at Polytechnic University.
Gerald Skloot, Educator who introduced over a thousand young people to amateur radio.
1994 Marconi Memorial Gold Medal of Achievement
|Edgar S. Johnson, SK|
Dwight I. Temple
1994 Marconi Memorial Award Plaque
Capt. Richard G. Beadon, Director of Continuing Education at the Center for Maritime Education.
James J. Fitzpatrick, III, Director of Operations of the Center for Maritime Education.
Eric K. Larsson, Director of the Center for Maritime Education.
Diana Mackay Eigen, Radio Operator in the Royal Air Force during WW 2.
Jacqueline Goodsir, Chief Radio Officer; President of the Women's Maritime Association.
Patricia P. Sands, Director of Volunteer Programs at South Street Seaport Museum.
1994 Marconi Memorial Scroll of Honor
Maung Maue Htus (posthumously), Radio Officer, SS Marika. Died at his post.
1995 Marconi Memorial Gold Medal of Achievement
Glenn H. Lahman: Manager, Westinghouse Central License Bureau and President Westinghouse Communication Services
Anthony J. Marraccini: President, AAT Communications Corporation
Robert W. Merriam: Professional Engineer & founder of the New England Wireless & Steam Museum.
Capt. Frank Shellenbarger: Master of the S/S Export & Ambassador, Consultant, USCG Auxiliary Communications Officer
1995 David Kintzer Memorial Plaque
|Francis T. Cassidy, Chairman of the Board, VWOA,
1995 Marconi Memorial Scroll of Honor
Serhiy B. Bukov (posthumously), Radio Officer, SS Salvador Allende. Died at his post.
Hepolito Elanga (posthumously), Radio Officer, SS Polydoros. Died at his post.
Olexander V. Lagno (posthumously), Chief Radio Officer, SS Salvador Allende. Died at his post.