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The Mary L. Sturm Award is given each year to an individual who demonstrates outstanding community service.

The Mary Sturm award winner should be a person who has given a number of years of unselfish service to the town of Fairview by promoting citizenship, organizations, education, and religion to all ages. The winner should set such an example with his or her virtues, duties, efforts, honor, ethics, and integrity that we are enjoying a better community as a result of those efforts. The winner should be serving in more than one specific field, not by profession, but by a dedication to serving others.
  • 1979 Abe Wilson
  • 1980 George Burline
  • 1981 Frankie Dragoo
  • 1982 Ronald Baker
  • 1983 Lindsay & Lola Toothman
  • 1984 Albert Bell
  • 1985 Tony Urse
  • 1986 Gay Ammons
  • 1987 Chester Baker
  • 1988 Kenneth Harris
  • 1989 Walter John Barth, Mae Barth
  • 1990 Eleanor Smiers
  • 1991 Herschel Straight
  • 1992 Mary Wesley & Etley P. Robison
  • 1993 Ray Hedrick, Lionel Lowe
  • 1994 James Harker
  • 1995 Ron Haught, Skip Wilson
  • 1996 John Jones
  • 1997 Louise White
  • 1998 Eloise & Tootie O'Dell
  • 1999 Stanley Haught
  • 2000 Billy Moore
  • 2001 Luella & Rob Conaway
  • 2002 Mike DeMary
  • 2003 Pauline Campbell
  • 2004 Blendine Greathouse
  • 2005 Rosemary Bell Tennant
  • 2006 Susie Floyd
  • 2007 Glendora & Don Headley
  • 2008 Lug Gower
  • 2009 Sharon & Delmas Houghton
  • 2010 Betty Yost
  • 2011 Herb Tennant
  • 2012 Helen "Pete" Haught
  • 2013 Sue & Ron Walls
  • 2014 Don Pyles
  • 2015 Randy Vincent
  • 2016 Mary Ellen Woodfork
  • 2017
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