FNA Wall of Honor
The FNA Hall of Fame recognizes Florida nurses who have made, sustained, and enduring contributions of enduring value to the nursing profession. This is FNA's highest honor. Congratulations to FNA's Hall of Fame Awardees:
2013: Anne Peach, MSN, RN, CNAA, BC
2013: Jo Manion, PhD, RN, NEW-BC, FAAN
2013: Sande Garcia Jones, PhD, ARNP, ACRN, FAAN
2012: Claydell Horne, RN
2012: Patricia Messmer, RN
2011: Mike Nilsson, RN BSN
2009: Charlotte Dison, MSN, RN
2005: Paula Massey, MS, RN
2005: Barbara Lumpkin, RN
2005: Lois Malasanos, RN, PhD
2005: Willa Carson, RN
2005: Ruth Jacobs, RN
2005: Nancy Hartley, RN
2005: Carolyn Vallone, RN
2001: Dorothy Smith, ARNP
2001: Margretta Madden Styles, RN
2001: Mary Elizabeth Carnegie, RN
2001: Undine Sams, RN
GREAT 100 Nurses Class of 2013
Nursing Administration: Nurse demonstrates excellent team building skill, demonstrates excellent management skills, maintains a stable work force, enhances work environment for nurses.
Irene Alexaitis Rosa Jaranilla Lenora Yates
Judith Crager Amy Pettigrew
Nursing Education: Nurse is employed as an experienced faculty in a nursing program or as an experienced nurse educator/clinical nurse specialist in a clinical setting, is recognized as an excellent teacher, and applies innovative teaching methods in the educator role.
Yamina Alvarez Monte Beane Joy Longo Rose Sherman
Carol Amole Rita D’Aoust Jill Winland-Brown Guillermo Valdes
Barbara Anderson Patricia Gagliano Carol Petrozella Debra Wagner
Sonia Balevre Maureen Johnson Rosalyn Reischman Susan Wise
Nursing Role Model: Nurses that demonstrate excellence in two or more categories
Park Balevre Susan Dyess Barbara Judkins Yolanda Niti
Zenesha Barkley Marie Etienne Mavra Kear Roxana Orta
Yolanda Bone Annmarie Farro Gwen Lapham-Alcorn Lori Overstreet
Janegale Boyd Annette Gibson Peggy Marker Yvonne Parchment
Laurel Boyd Jonel Gomez Dianne Morrison-Beedy Cynthia Robesky
Marlene Chance Rhonda Goodman Romeatrius Moss Marlaine Smith
Judy Comeaux Debra Hain Michael Nilsson William Warrington
Cindy Driscoll Janice Hess Roberta Nilsson
Clinical Nursing: Nurse exhibits excellent clinical skills, mentors students/staff, serves on work-related professional activities, problem-solves, innovates patient care, and promotes interdisciplinary collaboration.
George Byron Smith
Nursing Advocacy: Nurse staunchly defends patient safety, actively participates in promoting consumer awareness, consistently exceeds expectations, advocating for patients and families, and serves on community committees as an advocate for nursing.
Nursing Research: Nurse awarded funding for research, has published in peer-review journals and other periodicals/books, mentors research, and participates in research presentations at local, state, national and/or international level.
Community Nursing: Nurse is recognized as a community leader in health-related activities, leads health-related community projects, problem solves/innovates community-based care, and provides care over life continuum.
Nursing Entrepreneur: Nurse owns a successful healthcare-related business, serves as officer/manager in a healthcare-related business, and provides valuable consultation to agencies, institutions, or firms.