2016 Ed Yoder Memorial Scholarship Recipients

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By AHRA Staff

Ed YoderEd Yoder, CRA, FAHRA, was a loyal AHRA member and deeply involved with the organization’s growth. He devoted years to volunteering his time and expertise with the intent of elevating the profession and grooming future administrators. Ed was a regular columnist for Radiology Management, a member of the AHRA Board of Directors, and President in 2013-14. He believed in service, leadership, and rock-n-roll.

Ed lost his battle with cancer in 2016. The AHRA Education Foundation’s Ed Yoder Memorial Scholarship was created to honor the commitment he made to fostering leadership in medical imaging. This scholarship provides the opportunity for five AHRA members to participate in the virtual Fall Conference by covering registration fees. AHRA is pleased to announce the first recipients of the Ed Yoder Memorial Scholarship:

Joanne Henning – Fairview Health Services, Wyoming, MN
Christine Mattingly, CRA – Community Memorial Hospital, Sumner, IA
Michelle Shiflett– Bon Secours St Francis Medical Center, Midlothian, VA
Lindsay Renner – Midlands Technical College, West Columbia, SC
Jacqueline Jones – Wellstar West Georgia Medical Center, Lagrange, GA

Congratulations, everyone!

If you’d like to register for the 2016 Virtual Fall Conference (it begins on FRIDAY, 10/14), please click here.

5 comments

  1. Congratulations to the Ed Yoder Memorial Scholarship recipients! The virtual conference is worth the time and money to attend. There is always great communication, networking, relevant updates and what’s up and coming in imaging / healthcare.

  2. Cogratulations for this significant award. Ed Yoder was a long time friend and colleague with a very strong desire to grow our profession.

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