Malcolm Hough Fraser Community Service Award

The Malcolm Hough Fraser Community Service Award is presented to an individual in the community as a living tribute to a man who has contributed greatly to the field of communicative disorders. Malcolm Fraser created the Stuttering Foundation of America and is probably most well known for his publication, Self Therapy for the Stutterer. For all his accomplishments and unselfishness, we honor his memory with an award given to an individual in the community who, although not a speech pathologist or audiologist, has made a significant contribution to the field of communication disorders.

Recipients of the Malcolm Hough Fraser Community Service Award

  • 2017: Lauren Raymer-Hays / Ginger Ragan
  • 2014: Lavonnie Perry-Claybon, Ph.D.
  • 2012: Jane Fraser
  • 2010: Dr. Frederick Palmer
  • 2009: Cindy Meyers
  • 2008: Dr. Robert Wallace
  • 2007: Dr. Lesya Chorna
  • 2006: Adrian Weissman
  • 2004: Susan Stralka
  • 2003: Betty Krone
  • 2002: Dr. Neal S. Beckford
  • 2001: Margaret Doumitt
  • 2000: Joan Cunningham
  • 1999: Dr. William Parris, DDS, MS
  • 1998: MSHC Board of Directors
  • 1997: John Sadler
  • 1996: William Brasch
  • 1995: Ron Aven
  • 1994: Fay LeVine
  • 1993: Lynn Fulton
  • 1992: Deborah Hackett
  • 1991: Hal Moore
  • 1990: Fannie Langford
  • 1989: Rita Grivich
  • 1988: Malcolm Hough Fraser