DeRose-Hinkhouse Awards

DeRose-Hinkhouse Best of Class statueThe DeRose-Hinkhouse Memorial Awards are given annually to active members of the Religion Communicators Council (RCC) who demonstrate excellence in religious communications and public relations.

The awards are named to honor the late Victor DeRose and the late Paul M. Hinkhouse, leading lithographers in New York City, and longtime friends of the RCC. Both men shared a strong interest in, and concern for, excellence in communications.

Best of Class, 2014 DeRose-Hinkhouse Memorial Awards

Awards Ceremony: Thursday evening, April 3, 2014 at The Inn at Opryland, Nashville, TN

News stories:

 CLASS A – Periodicals

Best of Class to Patrick Heery, Jeffrey Lawrence and Mark Thomson, Presbyterian Church U.S.A, Presbyterians Today.

Jay Rollins presented the award to Patrick Heery.

Photo by George Conklin.

 CLASS B – Periodicals – Single Issue

Best of Class to Patrick Heery, Jeffrey Lawrence and Mark Thomson, Presbyterian Church U.S.A., Presbyterians Today, September 2013, War Beyond the Battlefield.

Jay Rollins presented the award to Patrick Heery.

Photo by George Conklin.

 CLASS C – Public Relations Materials

Best of Class to James Rollins, Hal Sadler, Darcy Quigley, Brenda Carr and Leigh Rogers, General Board of Global Ministries, United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR), UMCOR Annual Report 2012.

Jay Rollins presented the award to Brenda Carr.

Photo by George Conklin.

 CLASS D – Writing for Publication

Best of Class to Scott Collins, Buckner international, A Wing and a Prayer.

Jay Rollins presented the award to Chelsea Quackenbush, Print Publications Editor at Buckner International, who accepted on Scott's behalf.

Photo by George Conklin.

 CLASS E – Specialized Writing

Best of Class to Bee Moorhead, Texas Interfaith Center for Public Policy, Wondering about mental health coverage in the new health insurance marketplace?

Jay Rollins presented the award to Joshua Houston, General Counsel for the Texas Interfaith Center for Public Policy, who accepted on Bee's behalf.

Photo by George Conklin.

 CLASS F – Graphic Design, Art, and Photography

Best of Class to Mike DuBose, United Methodist Communications / United Methodist News Service, Typhoon Haiyan.

Jay Rollins presented the award to Tim Tanton, Media Group Director at United Methodist Communications, who accepted on Mike's behalf.

Photo by George Conklin.

 CLASS G – Audio & Video, Broadcast, Non-Broadcast & Cable

Best of Class to Steve Horswill-Johnston, Carolyn Dandridge, General Board of Discipleship, UMC, Reflect, Reclaim, Rejoice: Preserving the Gift of Black Sacred Music.

Jay Rollins presented the award to Carolyn Dandridge and Steve Horswill-Johnston.

Photo by George Conklin.

 CLASS H – Public Relations / Advertising Campaign

Best of Class to Alan Paul, Russell Dilday and Scott Collins, Buckner International, A Legacy of Hope Collateral.

Jay Rollins presented the award to Lauren Hollon Sturdy, Writer / Web Editor at Buckner International, who accepted on behalf of the team.

Photo by George Conklin.

 CLASS I – Digital Communications

Best of Class to Beth A. Richardson, Alive Now, The Upper Room, Alive Now magazine, digital edition.

Jay Rollins presented the award to Steve Horswill-Johnston, Executive Director of Communications and Brand Strategy at the General Board of Discipleship, who accepted on Beth's behalf.

Photo by George Conklin.

 CLASS J – Social Media

Best of Class to Jan Rizzo, Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, Facebook Advent Campaign.

Jay Rollins presented the award to Candice Buchbinder and Jan Rizzo.

Photo by George Conklin.

Shoestring Award

Shoestring Award to Burton Buller, Buller Films LLC, The Amish: Barn Raising Day.

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