Barbara Odom AwardBarbara M. Odom
Distinguished Service Award

Awarded to a person “who has clearly given very special service to AMEA or to the goals and purposes of AMEA.” The recipient is “clearly recognizable statewide, and the service for which the award is given represents a long range commitment that, in every way, can be considered extraordinary and distinguished.” The person has given tirelessly and selflessly to the cause of music education in Alabama and this person’s service would be greatly missed.¬†Nominations are accepted up to July 15 each year.¬†Submit Nomination

2019Dr. Carl B. HancockThe University of Alabama
2015Garry Taylor AMEA Executive Director
2012Joe HullTuscaloosa Music Shop
2011Gene GoochABA Executive Director
2010Tony PikeDavidson High School
2008Rhonda TuckerShades Cahaba Elementary School
2007Steve McLendonDothan High School
2006Darry PilkingtonHoover High School
2005Dr. John M. LongTroy University
2004Lacey PowellAMEA President & Executive Director
2003Greta ChamplinHuntsville City Schools