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Hall of Fame Honorees

Hall of Fame Membership
Given in recognition of those who have supported the Athletic Training profession through state activities, worked to establish the profession of Athletic Training, and been involved in the caring of the athletes of Florida. Nominees must be Certified/Licensed Athletic Trainers with 20 years experience and a minimum of 20 years service in the State of Florida. Activities in ATAF, SEATA, and the NATA will be most heavily weighted. Other professional areas of consideration include research, clinics, presentations and lectures, state meetings, publications, and other honors and awards. Members of ATAF can make nominations. 

*All HOF nominations must be sent directly to


Akima Abrakata, MS, LAT, ATC

Sue Stanley-Green, MS, LAT, ATC

Erik T. Nason, MBA, MS, LAT, ATC, CSCS, BCS-O

Vincent A. Scavo, LAT, ATC


Elaine M. Judy, LAT, ATC

Kristen Couper Schellhase, EdD, LAT, ATC

Steve Walz, MA, LAT, ATC


Glenda Hammons, LAT, ATC

Dan Teahan, LAT, ATC


Bo McDougal, LAT, ATC


Bob Hammons, LAT, ATC


Don Teahan, LAT, ATC

Jerry Stevens, LAT, ATC


Gary Gillis, LAT, ATC                   

Kevin Mathews, LAT, ATC


Joe Underwood


Stephanie Lennon, ATC, LAT


Marisa Brunett, ATC, LAT,

Christina Booe-Farley, ATC, LAT

Tim Kocher, ATC, LAT


Randy Oravetz, ATC, LAT


Tony Jonaitis, ATC, LAT

Roger Mosure, ATC, LAT

Ray Rodriguez, ATC, LAT

James Terwilleger, ATC, LAT


Larry Starr, MEd, ATC, LAT


Frank Grimaldi, MSEd, ATC, LAT

MaryBeth Horodyski, EdD, ATC, LAT

Tim McLane, MBA, ATC, LAT


Scott Anderson, ATC, LAT

Barry Clements, ATC, LAT


Brady Greathouse


Steve Glickman, ATC, LAT


David Wike, ATC


Jim Mackie, ATC, LAT

Ken Schields, ATC, LAT


Joe Bourdon, ATC, LAT

Joe Dollar, DPM


Don Fauls, ATC                  

Chris Patrick, ATC

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Hall of Fame Legacy Scholarship

The ATAF Hall of Fame Legacy Scholarship was initiated shortly after the untimely death of Steve Glickman, LAT, ATC, PT, LMT in July of 2011. Steve was, and continues to be, the epitome of the athletic training profession. His professional and personal life personified the unselfish caring and service to everyone who could benefit from the education, training, experience and care that he so nobly provided. This scholarship was given the name Legacy to honor ATAF’s Hall of Fame members and to encourage the future generations of athletic trainers who will continue the legacy of so many selfless, dedicated and caring individuals who paved the way for the noble profession they will serve.  

The need to support the academic development of future athletic trainers is an enormous task. College costs are forever increasing and scholarship assistance is unable to keep up with the need. The ATAF Hall of Fame members have taken it upon themselves to develop, grow and nurture this much needed program, but cannot meet the goal alone.  Please consider donating to this endeavor.




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