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They will additionally be accustomed at the President’s Alumni Recognition Reception/Dinner on Sept. 28 at 6 p.m. in the Pond Apprentice Union Theatre Lounge. Dinner and Awards will chase at 7 p.m. in the Pond Apprentice Union Ballroom. The amount is $50 per person.
The accolade recipients are: The Grand Parade Marshal, Jim Koetter; ISU Distinguished Service Award, Christopher R. Wagner; the ISU Achievement Award, Ken Rodnick; the William J. Bartz Award, Sylvia Papenberg; the Young Alumni Award, Josh Hill; the President’s Medallion Award, Troy and Jamie Bell, Ron and Patricia Bolinger and Honorable Jim D. Pappas; Distinguished Alum Award, John Spicer.
Parade Marshal, Jim Koetter – Koetter was ISU’s arch football drillmaster from 1983 to 1987, and was an abettor drillmaster for four years above-mentioned to that including during the Bengals 1981 civic championship season. His almanac as the Bengals’ arch drillmaster was 23-32-1.
Koetter is a built-in of McCook, Nebraska and played end in 1958 and 1959 for the Bengal football team. He additionally ran track. His apprenticeship career started at Aberdeen Aerial School. He again went on to be arch football drillmaster of Highland Aerial Academy from 1965-1979 and arch football drillmaster at Pocatello Aerial Academy from 1988-1994, acceptable accompaniment championships at both Highland and Poky. He was additionally an abettor drillmaster in added sports. Jim retired from teaching in 1995 but remained a advance drillmaster at Highland until 2001.
Jim and his wife Barbara accept three children, including Dirk, an ISU alum and arch drillmaster of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers; Brent, an ISU alum who works in Boise; and Jill, who is additionally an ISU alumna.
ISU Distinguished Service Award, Christopher R. Wagner – Wagner was built-in and aloft in Pocatello.
After admission from Highland Aerial School, Wagner abounding Idaho State. During his time as a apprentice at ISU, he cared for a disabled, wheelchair-bound veteran.
Wagner is currently the Landscape Administrator for Accessories Services and his assignment can be apparent at the Stephens Performing Arts Center, the Rendezvous Complex, Frazier Hall and at the alfresco able-bodied fields.
Wagner has accustomed several ISU Cares Awards and has served on the Celebrate Idaho Accompaniment Lath and the Beautification Committee, area he accurate all-embracing beautification projects on campus.
Chris is affiliated to Kimberly (Andreason) Wagner, a registered dietitian.
They adulation the abundant outdoors, including snowboarding, white baptize rafting, camping and ATVing. Wagner additionally enjoys benumbed clay bikes and elk and deer hunting.
ISU Achievement Award, Kenneth Rodnick – Rodnick, emeritus assistant of physiology, accomplished beastly and animal analysis for the Department of Biological Sciences and the Department of Physical and Occupational Therapy for 25 years.
His primary interests are in biochemical, cellular and structural adaptations of cardiac and ashen muscle, with applications to exercise achievement and disease.
Rodnick’s analysis continues to focus on compassionate how ecology variables such as temperature, attenuated oxygen and diet affect physiological achievement of fish.
Students in his class accept been analytical the cardiovascular arrangement of trout and salmon, with extensions to pond energetics and thermal tolerance.
His acceptance and colleagues in Idaho and Canada accept conducted studies in the field, at aquaculture accessories and in the laboratory. His analysis has been adjourned by the Civic Science Foundation, Civic Institutes of Health, Ecology Protection Agency, American Physiological Society and the Mountain States Medical Analysis Institute.
William J. Bartz Award, Sylvia Papenberg – Papenberg is an Idaho built-in who accelerating from Teton Aerial Academy in Driggs afore accessory ISU.
She was a abecedary for several years, and again began a career in cyberbanking that lasted 20 years. She retired in 2007.
Papenberg played softball, basketball and volleyball in ISU’s club and civil systems above-mentioned to the advancing of age of women’s intercollegiate athletics.
Sylvia met and affiliated Don “Pappy” Papenberg while at ISU. In 2008 Don and Sylvia transferred Miller Ranch, which was originally her family’s 600- acre agronomical in Driggs, to ISU to be awash and for the gain to abutment the architecture of Miller Agronomical Stadium, the area for women’s softball.
Most recently, Sylvia able her home to ISU to abutment the Alumni and Visitors Center and to name the “Papenberg Hall of Champions” to abode the ISU Sports Hall of Fame and admit added notable abstracts and contest in ISU sports history.
Papenberg was accustomed with the ISU Sports Hall of Fame Lifetime Achievement Accolade in 2011 and accustomed the President’s Medallion in 2008.
Young Alumni Award, Joshua Hill – Hill transferred to Idaho Accompaniment from Boise Accompaniment in 2008.
During his academy career, Hill had 152 receptions for 1,338 yards with nine touchdown grabs.
He becoming third-team Associated Press All-American and additional aggregation All-Big Sky as a senior.
After academy Hill abutting the New Orleans Saints as an undrafted chargeless abettor in 2013. As a Saint, Hill, as of the alpha of this year’s NFL season, had played in 71 amateur with 32 starts, authoritative 67 receptions for 614 yards and 10 touchdowns.
A Blackfoot native, Hill abounding Blackfoot Aerial School, area he was called to first-team All-State and All-Conference football teams.
He additionally becoming first-team All-High Country Conference in both baseball and basketball. Josh and his wife Courtney, additionally an ISU alumna, acknowledgment to Pocatello every summer, and abide to abutment ISU football.
President’s Medallions, Troy and Jamie Bell – Troy and Jamie Bell are both ISU alumni and constant association of Pocatello. Each abounding Idaho Accompaniment on able-bodied scholarships – Troy played football and Jamie ran clue during the backward 1990s and aboriginal 2000s.
For the accomplished 10 years they accept endemic and operated a bloom affliction administration aggregation that operates throughout Idaho and specializes in accomplished nursing, assisted living, home bloom and therapies.
They additionally own a CrossFit gym and adore apprenticeship and accommodating in CrossFit.
Troy served as admiral of the Idaho Bloom Affliction Association for two years and continues to be alive in this organization.
Troy and Jamie are alive in abounding bounded and association organizations including confined on the ISU alumni lath of directors, ISU Foundation board, Academy District #25 ancestor abutment lath and the Pocatello Sports Committee.
Troy and Jamie accept four accouchement ages 9-16. Troy and Jamie absorb a abundant accord of their time acknowledging their kids on assorted aggressive sports teams and activities.
President’s Medallion, Honorable Jim D. Pappas – Judge Jim D. Pappas was built-in and aloft in Pocatello.
He accelerating from Pocatello Aerial Academy in 1970, from Idaho Accompaniment University with a amount in Government in 1974, and from the University of Idaho Academy of Law in 1977.
As a lawyer, he developed a specialty and was circuitous in circuitous defalcation cases throughout the Northwest. While in practice, Pappas was one of the founders, and afterwards chair, of the Commercial Law and Defalcation Section of the Idaho Accompaniment Bar Association.
Pappas has accomplished a cardinal of able ceremoniousness and accomplishments. He has alert served as an administrator in the Civic Conference of Defalcation Judges; he was accessory editor of the American Defalcation Law Journal; at the appeal of the Chief Justice, he helped architecture educational programs for defalcation lath through the Federal Judicial Center; and he was one of the founders of the Portneuf (Idaho) Chapter of the American Inns of Court. Pappas is a Fellow in the American Academy of Bankruptcy.
Pappas is affiliated to Julie Pappas, who is additionally an ISU alumna. Their accouchement are Matthew, an advocate in Boise, and Staci, a aerial academy abecedary in Meridian.
President’s Medallions, Ron and Patty Bolinger – Ron and Patty Bolinger accept been agog supporters of Idaho Accompaniment for 50 years, back 1968 back Patty entered ISU as a apprentice and Ron transferred from the Academy of Southern Idaho.
Ron retired in 2017 afterwards a 46-year career as a teacher, principal, special
education administrator and, for the aftermost 22 years, as Superintendent of Schools from the
American Falls Academy District.
After admission from Idaho State, Patty accomplished in both the Pocatello and American Falls Academy districts. Afterwards teaching for 12 years, she began her career as a advisor at William Thomas Middle Academy in American Falls and has served in that role for 34 years.
Both Ron and Patty are appreciative associates of the Alumni Association. Ron served a three-year appellation on the Alumni Lath of Directors, and Patty is currently on the board.
Both are anon confined on the Alumni Association’s “Restore the I” committee, and both are additionally alive advance supporters of the arts and the Idaho-Civic Symphony.
Patty has played cello in the symphony for abounding years and Ron serves on the Symphony Association board, area he is the president-elect.
Ron and Patty agenda that their greatest ability is actuality the parents of their four
children, all who accept abounding or accelerating from ISU. The Bolinger ancestors collectively has a absolute of 12 academy degrees from ISU.
Distinguished Alum Award, John Spicer – Spicer is Vice Admiral of European and Malaysian Fab Operations for ON Semiconductor (Nasdaq: ON).
Spicer resides in Phoenix, Arizona and was a above abiding citizen of Pocatello area he was chief administrator and accepted administrator of ON Semiconductor’s Pocatello Operations.
ON Semiconductor is a adopted supplier of able semiconductor technologies to barter in the computing, communications, consumer, automotive, medical, industrial, aggressive and aerospace markets.
Spicer abutting the Bank of Idaho as a affiliate of the Lath of Admiral seven years ago.
He continues to serve on the Lath today area he is administrator of the babyminding committee. John holds a Bachelor in Business Administration from Idaho Accompaniment University.
He is a able adherent of Idaho Accompaniment University and served on the advising lath for the Academy of Business for several years. John is a built-in of Idaho, loves the outdoors and is an ardent snow and baptize skier. He and his wife, Robbie, accept four affiliated children—all graduates of Idaho Accompaniment University.