Don Luman, in recognition of your advocacy for and coordination of the acquisition and dissemination of remote sensing data for the benefit of the people of Illinois
Jane Domier, in recognition of your development and streamlining of base map construction and improved geologic map production for the benefit of the people of Illinois
STATEMAP, in recognition of your continued success in a nationally competitive grant process and outstanding collaboration in providing excellent geologic map products for the benefit of the people of Illinois. STATEMAP Team (clockwise): Michael L. Barnhardt, Donald E. Luman, Andrew C. Phillips, Jason F. Thomason, B. Brandon Curry, E. Donald McKay (ISGS Director), F. Brett Denny, Virgie J. Amacher, Jane E. Domier, Jennifer E. Carrell. Not present in photo: Joseph A. Devera, David A. Grimley, Dennis R. Kolata, Mary Seid, Barbara J. Stiff, Andrew J. Stumpf
André D. Britten, in recognition of your outstanding contributions to the Administrative and Technical Support team through your professionalism, efficiency, and attention to detail while managing ISGS service accounts for the benefit of the people of Illinois.
Shari Fanta, in recognition of your demonstrated excellence in performance and commitment to quality work in the Isotope Geochemistry Service Laboratories for the benefit of the people of Illinois
Randall Locke, in recognition of your outstanding contributions to the Monitoring, Verification, and Accounting Program through your excellence in quality work, leadership, and collaborative efforts for the benefit of the people of Illinois
Kiel Keller was recognized for his outstanding contributions to the ISGS environmental site assessments team through his innovative ideas, efficiency, and outstanding productivity.
Cassandra McKinney, McHenry County Water Resources Manager was recognized for her support of the ISGS mapping programs
Donald Hastie and Robert Hastie were honored in appreciation of their support of ISGS field trips, commitment to the education of students and geologists, and for providing access to their quarry for observation, study, and collection of fluorite samples.
W. John Nelson was recognized for his contributions to Survey programs ince his retirement, including geologic mapping and research on col-bearing strata of the Illinois Basin and his continued mentoring of young geologists.