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Northwood University in Midland, Mich., was scheduled to honor 12 auto dealers with its Dealer Education Awards at a ceremony on Sunday, Feb. 4, in conjunction with the National Automobile Dealers Association convention in Las Vegas. Those being honored for their contributions to public or private education are:

  • Rudolph Angerer of Autohaus Angerer in Schierling, Germany

  • Robert Boggus of Boggus Motor Sales in McAllen, Texas

  • Kevin Campbell of Glen Campbell Chevrolet in Williamsville, N.Y.

  • H. Eric Curtis of Graff Management Group in Bay City, Mich.

  • Carl Galeana of Galeana Automotive Group in Warren, Mich.

  • Stephen Parks of Parks Automotive & Power in Longwood, Fla.

  • Gary Schimmerling of Babylon Honda in West Babylon, N.Y.

  • Bradley Schlossmann of Schlossmann's Honda City in Milwaukee

  • Lisa Schomp of Ralph Schomp Automotive in Littleton, Colo.

  • Michael Shaw of Mike Shaw Automotive Group in Denver

  • Charles Stringfellow of Brown Automotive Group in Fairfax, Va.

  • Marvin Suskin of Scarsdale Ford in Scarsdale, N.Y.

    35 with Honda

    Lee Certilman, right, of Nardy Honda in St. James, N.Y., receives a 35-year award for Honda from Adam Geyer, a senior district sales representative at American Honda Motor Co.

    35 with Honda

    Rose Winter of Winter Honda in Pittsburg, Calif., receives a 35-year award for Honda from Dietmar Fahrun, American Honda Motor Co.'s assistant zone manager.

    50 with Chevrolet

    Wayne Gross, Jerry Gross and Mike Gross of Gross Motors in Neillsville, Wis., receive a 50-year award for Chevrolet. Pictured, from left, are Mike Gross, sales manager; Vince Cerza, Chevrolet's northern Wisconsin zone manager; Wayne Gross, president; and Jerry Gross, vice president.

    Silver dealer

    Bill Marine, right, of Bill Marine Chrysler-Dodge-Jeep in Wilmington, Ohio, receives a 25-year award for all three franchises from Darryl Jackson, vice president of DaimlerChrysler's Great Lakes Business Center.

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