St. Anne Medal

St. Anne Medal

The St. Anne Medal is the highest national recognition for adults who serve Catholic youth through Girl Scouts and Camp Fire. The recognition was inaugurated in 1957. The purposes of the St. Anne recognition are to honor the outstanding services of adults who contribute to the spiritual development of Catholic young people in these organizations and to further Catholic adult leadership in youth ministry through these national youth-serving organizations.

Last updated for 2019.  There were no 2019 recipients. there were no recipient in 2020 or 2021 because of the pandemic.

Past recipients:

  • Mary Ajamie
  • Kathleen Archer
  • Joan Baker
  • Mary Jo Benner
  • Sue Bowers
  • Patricia Brody
  • Gloria Collins
  • Ann Colvin-Smith
  • Lucille Delaware
  • Claire Duff
  • Terry Easley
  • Alice Ehmann
  • Suzanne Fitzpatrick
  • Louise Fowlie
  • Robert Gallas
  • Sandy Griffiths
  • Barbara Gustafson
  • Marilyn Gwinner
  • Mary Harbour
  • Helen Holmes
  • Phyllis Kilcullen
  • Mary Latos
  • Rev. Doug Lorig
  • Bunkie Ludwig
  • Judy McAdams
  • Ellen McCarthy
  • Leanne Michel
  • Lorraine Molloy
  • Betty Adler Muns
  • Reggie Nesdill
  • Carol Nunez
  • Bishop Thomas J. O’Brien
  • Ophelia Powell
  • Sue Reineke
  • Patti Rucker
  • Helen Schuller
  • Simonne Steele
  • Maxine Steinkamp
  • Linda Stoudt
  • Loretta Winn
  • Lea Zeldin