2012 Preservation Award Winners

At our Annual Meeting Sunday, PHW announced the recipients of the 2012 Preservation Awards for preservation efforts in Winchester and Frederick County in the past year. We had an excellent selection of winners. By category, the recipients are:

427nloudounAwards of Merit, for renovations that contribute to the streetscape of Winchester:

    Alec Bouldin and Lindsay Shannon for 427 N. Loudoun St.
    Tommy Beavers and Scott Moore for 507 S. Loudoun St.

tollKatherine G. Rockwood Award, for the outstanding renovation of one of PHW’s Jennings Revolving Fund houses:

    Dennis Rhodes III and Richard Johnson, 800 Amherst St., the Toll House.
    Adams Nelson Management for the Adams family, 311 S. Loudoun St., the Simon Lauck House.

meskerLucille Lozier Award, for the renovation of an outstanding building that retains 75% for its historic fabric:

    Shenandoah University, 142 N. Loudoun St., the Solenberger Building.
    Larry Omps and Lawton Saunders, 144-146 N. Loudoun St.

esmithPatron Awards, for people or businesses that have been an outstanding supporter of PHW’s goals and programs:

    Eugene B. Smith Gallery, for his support of PHW’s programs through gift donations, being an official source for selling and framing PHW’s Beyer prints “A View of Winchester,” and the use of his artwork to promote our historic downtown buildings.
    Dr. Peter Bullough, for his support of preservation and education activities in Winchester and Frederick County, as well as special recognition for hosting our spring cocktail fundraiser “Manhattan(s) in Winchester” in his New York themed home on Cork Street.

sherryElsie M. Rosenberger Award, for an unsung PHW volunteer:

    Sherry Bosley, for her ongoing support in the behind the scenes office tasks at PHW.

diemCarroll Henkel Award, for a leader in preservation:

    Vincent Diem, for his support of preservation during his time as Zoning Administrator at the City, as well as his leadership role in the updated architectural survey and recommendations for future survey areas which was completed last fall.

Congratulations to all the award winners, and thank you for the work you do, big and small, to help keep Winchester’s historic buildings a shining example of positive preservation in our community!