Rev. Everett L. Hageman Award
School of Health and Human Performance
Given annually to that member of a local board of health whose work on behalf of public health most exemplifies the commitment, vision, and energy exhibited by Everett I. Hageman founding member of NALBOH Board of Trustees. The award is a Revere Bowl symbolizing the commitment of volunteer citizens across the country to the protection of the public?s health through service on local boards of health, the first of which was established in 1779 in Boston, Massachusetts with Paul Revere as its President.
Wallace, Harvey, "Rev. Everett L. Hageman Award" (2008). Faculty Works. 800.