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Hall of Fame History and Process

A Distinguished Achievement Award. The thrust of the Measurement, Control and Automation Hall of Fame is to recognize individuals whose body of work has contributed to the instrumentation and control industry in a significant and memorable way either through technical achievements or business accomplishments and industry leadership.

Submit Hall of Fame Nominations

You can SAVE and finish later. Once you answer two simple questions on the form, you will be given the opportunity to “save and complete at a later time”. You will enter your email address and the survey platform will send you a special email with a link to your form.

SAVE this to your local computer and open in Adobe Acrobat–not just the READER–complete it at your convenience and when done, save again and attach to an email back to MCAA.

If you have questions about the award or nomination process, please contact Teresa Sebring, MCAA President.

2017 Hall of Fame Inductees

MCAA | bob deane

Robert Deane

Co-Founder

Fluid Components International

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MCAA | Malcolm McQueen

Malcolm McQueen

Co-Founder and Chairman Emeritus

Fluid Components International

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MCAA | Judy Stevenson

Judy Stevenson

Awarded Posthumously (1937-2010)

Owner and Chairman of the Board,
Magnetrol International

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2016 Inaugural Hall of Fame Inductees

MCAA | Gordon Arnold

Gordon Arnold

Chairman

Sierra Monitor Corporation

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MCAA | Wade Mattar

Wade Mattar

Flow Marketing Manager

Schneider Electric | Foxboro

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MCAA | Richard Morley

Richard E. Morley

Father of the Programmable Logic Controller (PLC)

The measurement, control and automation industry lost a bright star in October 2017 with the passing of Dick Morley. His inventions changed our world. His wit, charm and genius–which touched so many of us–changed our lives.

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