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Thomas E. Fuller Lifetime Achievement Award

In the year 2000, the executive committee established the ARTC Lifetime Achievement Award. The first recipient was ARTC’s founder, William L. Brown, and the award was informally known as the “Brownie”.

In 2003, the award was renamed in honor of Thomas E. Fuller, who passed away in November 2002.

Honorees are:

  • William L Brown (2000)
  • Henry Howard (2001)
  • Joyce Leigh (2002)
  • Thomas E. Fuller (2002)
  • Doug Kaye (2003)
  • Alton Leonard (2004)
  • Brad Weage (2004)
  • Brad Linaweaver
  • Gerald W Page
  • Brad Strickland
  • William Alan Ritch (2015)
  • David Benedict (2015)
William L. Brown accepts the ARTC Lifetime Achievement Award

William L. Brown accepts the ARTC Lifetime Achievement Award

Thomas E. Fuller accepts the ARTC Lifetime Achievement Award

Thomas E. Fuller accepts the ARTC Lifetime Achievement Award

Henry Howard accepts the ARTC Lifetime Achievement Award

Henry Howard accepts the ARTC Lifetime Achievement Award

Joyce Leigh accepts the ARTC Lifetime Achievement Award

Joyce Leigh accepts the ARTC Lifetime Achievement Award

Doug Kaye accepts the ARTC Lifetime Achievement Award.

Doug Kaye accepts the ARTC Lifetime Achievement Award.

Alton Leonard and Brad Weage accept the Thomas E. Fuller Lifetime Achievement Award from Joyce Leigh

Alton Leonard and Brad Weage accept the Thomas E. Fuller Lifetime Achievement Award from Joyce Leigh

Gerald W. Page accepts the Thomas E. Fuller Lifetime Achievement Award.

Gerald W. Page accepts the Thomas E. Fuller Lifetime Achievement Award.

Other Awards

ARTC also awards the “C’thulhu Award” – For insane devotion to ARTC. This award goes to those members whose dedication to the organization goes above and beyond the call of duty. Past honorees include:

  • Daniel W. Kiernan
  • Anthony Fuller
  • Oreta Campbell and Nancy Skidmore (duel award)

In 2017 ARTC also debuted the Sacha Dzuba Award for excellence in audio drama performance. Past recipients include:

  • Sacha Dzuba (posthumously)
  • Joe Ravenson