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Nina Nystrom Memorial Goodwill Ambassador Award Winners
All winners receive an award plaque engraved by the PNNA.
1990 - Nina Nystrom 1992 - Freda Peterson
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1994 - Del Cushing
1996 - Marge and Don Farnam
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1998 - Kathy and Larry Rowe
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1999 - Joseph E. Boling
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2000 - Larry Gaye
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2001 - Del Cushing
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2002 - Richard Billings
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2003 - J. Eric Holcomb
2004 - Rob Retz
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2005 - Lisa and Scott Loos

2006 - Phil Lockwood


2007 - Thomas Sheehan
2008 - no award
2010 - no award

2009 - Greg Franck-Weiby
Right: Greg received the award from Danny Bisgaard on May 12 at the Salem Coin Club board meeting.

2011 - Walt Ostromecki (right) received the award from PNNA President Lisa Loos (left).

2012 - Gene Wiley
(right), active and creative president of the Willamette Coin Club in Portland, received the award from outgoing PNNA President Lisa Loos (left).
2013 - no award

2014 - James Free (right), Salem Numismatic Society president and new PNNA board member, received the award from PNNA President Danny Bisgaard (left).
2015 - Liz Iverson
2016 - Anthony Kalt (left) received the award from PNNA president Danny Bisgaard (right). Tony has been active in many ways including with the YNs and Boy Scouts.

2017 - Kevin Charboneau (left) received the award from PNNA president James Reinders (right). Kevin is the current PNNA Tukwila convention general chairman.
Background Information:

This award was named the "PNNA Goodwill Ambassador Award" until 1997, when it was renamed to honor its first recipient, Nina Nystrom. The award is patterned after the Krause Numismatic Ambassador Award at the national level, and recognizes individuals who have served as "ambassadors" for the hobby of numismatics in the Pacific Northwest. Winners are selected by the PNNA president, who need not make an award every year. (The award was only made every two years from 1990 to 1998.)