NALMS History

NALMS has held symposia since 1980. Below you'll find a little information about some of the major events in our history.

 

2011

Symposium location: Spokane, Washington, USA

 

2010

Symposium location: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA

Roger Bachmann won the Secchi Disk Award

Bev Clark became President of NALMS

 

2009

Symposium location: Hartford, Connecticut, USA

Steve Heiskary won the Secchi Disk Award

Mark Hoyer became President of NALMS

 

2008

Symposium location: Lake Louise, Alberta, Canada

Tom Conry won the Secchi Disk Award

Harry Gibbons became President of NALMS

 

2007

Symposium location: Orlando, Florida, USA

Tom Davenport won the Secchi Disk Award

Dick Osgood became President of NALMS

 

2006

Symposium location: Indianapolis, Indiana, USA

Ann St. Amand won the Secchi Disk Award

Ken Wagner became President of NALMS.

 

2005

Symposium location: Madison, Wisconsin, USA

Jeff Schloss won the Secchi Disk Award

Michael Martin became President of NALMS.

 

2004

Symposium location: Victoria, British Columbia, Canada

Steve Colvin won the Secchi Disk Award.

Gene Medley became President of NALMS.

 

2003

Symposium location: Mashantucket, Connecticut, USA

Ken Wagner won the Secchi Disk Award.

Steve Heiskary became President of NALMS.

 

2002

Symposium location: Anchorage, Alaska, USA

Greg Searle won the Secchi Disk Award.

Jeff Schloss became President of NALMS.

 

2001

Symposium location: Madison, Wisconsin, USA

Chris Holdren won the Secchi Disk Award.

Steve Souza became President of NALMS.

 

2000

Symposium location: Miami, Florida, USA

Bill Jones won the Secchi Disk Award.

Steve Colvin became President of NALMS.

 

1999

Symposium location: Reno, Nevada, USA

Jim Flynn won the Secchi Disk Award.

Larry Butler became President of NALMS.

 

1998

Symposium location: Banff, Alberta, Canada

Lisa Conley won the Secchi Disk Award.

Tom Conry became President of NALMS.

 

1997

Symposium location: Houston, Texas, USA

Jim Vennie won the Secchi Disk Award.

Bill Jones became President of NALMS.

 

1996

Symposium location: Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA

Bruce Wilson won the Secchi Disk Award.

Chris Holdren became President of NALMS.

 

1995

Symposium location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Dan Canfield won the Secchi Disk Award.

Lisa Conley became President of NALMS.

 

1994

Symposium location: Orlando, Florida, USA

Jay Sauber won the Secchi Disk Award.

Ken Reckhow became President of NALMS.

 

1993

Symposium location: Seattle, Washington, USA

Jim LaBounty won the Secchi Disk Award.

Bruce Wilson became President of NALMS.

 

1992

Symposium location: Cincinnati, Ohio, USA

Virginia Garrison won the Secchi Disk Award.

Eugene Welch became President of NALMS.

 

1991

Symposium location: Denver, Colorado, USA

Richard Wedepohl won the Secchi Disk Award.

Dan Canfield became President of NALMS.

 

1990

Symposium location: Springfield, Massachusetts, USA

Bob Kirschner won the Secchi Disk Award.

Richard S. McVoy became President of NALMS.

 

1989

Symposium location: Austin, Texas, USA

Garth Redfield won the Secchi Disk Award.

William Norris became President of NALMS.

 

1988

Symposium location: St. Louis, Missouri, USA

Bill Funk won the Secchi Disk Award.

Matthew Scott became President of NALMS.

 

1987

Symposium location: Orlando, Florida, USA

Donna Sefton won the Secchi Disk Award.

Ron L. Raschke became President of NALMS.

 

1986

Symposium location: Portland, Oregon, USA

Eben Chesebrough won the Secchi Disk Award.

Richard Wedepohl became President of NALMS.

 

1985

Symposium location: Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, USA

Bob Johnson won the Secchi Disk Award.

Wayne Poppe became President of NALMS.

 

1984

Symposium location: McAffee, New Jersey, USA

William Funk became President of NALMS.

 

1983

Symposium location: Knoxville, Tennessee, USA

Eben Chesebrough became President of NALMS.

 

1982

Symposium location: Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Bob Johnson became President of NALMS.

 

1981

No symposium held this year.

Thomas Gordon became President of NALMS.

 

1980

Symposium location: Portland, Maine, USA

Dennis Cooke became President of NALMS.