• Luncheon Information
  • Nominations
  • 2015 Recipient - James Bowers
  • 2014 Recipient - Beth Mann
  • 2013 Recipient - Elizabeth (Libby) Nicholson
  • 2012 Recipient - Susan Caperna
  • 2011 Recipient - Carmen Gooden
  • 2010 Recipient - Clinton Ralph Wilcoxson II
  • 2009 Recipient - Doris Edelmann
  • 2008 Recipient - Keith Harrison
  • 2007 Recipients - Elba Alicia Pagan and Raymond Two Crows Wallen
  • 2006 Recipient - Robert Neal, Jr.
  • 2005 Recipient - Barbara Holmes
  • 2004 Recipient - Monica Rohr
  • 2003 Recipient - Matthew Hawley
  • 2002 Recipient - Ronald Reigelsperger
  • 2001 Recipient - Marcie Fullbright



    Brother Raymond L. Fitz, S.M., Ph.D. Award

    This award goes to someone who exemplifies Brother Ray’s dedication to the cause of nurturing and protecting children and families by his/her day-in and day-out efforts in the Montgomery County community.  The Honoree can be a paid employee, a volunteer for an organization, an "everyday citizen", or a combination of these. In whatever role, the winner will be someone who has regular, direct contact with children and families.


     Do you know someone who volunteers or works with your organization whom you think should be the 2015 Recipient? 


     Brother Ray Award Logo

    Paying recognition to our community role models inspires others to get involved. Plus, the simple act of nominating an individual is, in a sense, a gesture of gratitude for the gifts and services they have given us.
    Nomination Form
    Nomination Brochure
    Submit your nominations via email!   Send to nominations@fcfc.montco.org
    For hand delivered or mailed nominations:
    • All entries must be typewritten or computer-generated.
    • Provide 6 copies of the Nomination form, answers to questions, and any supplementary information

    Deliver/Mail to: 

    ATTN: Brother Ray Award Nominations
    Montgomery County
    Human Services Planning & Development
    9th Floor
    451 West Third Street
    Dayton, OH 45422-3100
     Delivery method of submission will not bear weight during selection process.