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Prime Inc. has announced the fall recipients of its Prime Time Certified Awards for continuous on-time performance. James Cawley earned top honors with nine years of on-time performance. Laverne Falk achieved eight years of on-time service. Carl Massey, Frank Stankiewicz and Robert Templin were recognized for six years of on-time performance. Dara Zolnowsky, Lilie Ramsey, James Fields, Leroy Tillman, Tomas Aranda, Bill Girdler and Allan Vanderhamm achieved the five-year level, while Larry Ely, Phillip Russell, Kevin Beach, David Cole, Russell Gookin, George Crumbock, Ann McQuillin, Dave Randall and George Garra hit the four-year mark. Drivers reaching three years of on-time performance with Prime were David Anderson, Clarence Felton, Perry Tyler, George Lewis, Daryl Curl, Marion Robinson, Darla Allred, Kelly Dannen, Vonnia Gray and Don Thornburg. Reaching the two-year level of service were Diane Dakan, Harold German, Scott Hall, Gary Holland, Larry Johnson, Daniel Joye, Michael Morrison, Dale Shafer, Craig Slater, Anthony Stephens, Joel Thacker, William Vanhauvart, Clarence "Jack" Welch, Katrena Williams, Paul Wiley, Ira Bailey, Judy Baker, Thomas Baker, Clarence Barlow, Ron Duncan, Pierre Fulmore, Barbara Jasper, Hila Kimsey, Alun Reeks, Theron Goss, Cheryl Larson, Larry Lewis, Shelby Asher, Charles Baker, Robert Casad, David Eason, Jeanette Eason, John Herwig, Beverly Jenkins, Reginald McClain, Levester Phillips, Victoria Sampson, William Sampson, David Shaw, Kay Hill and Patricia Stouffer.

Larry D. Ellison, CPA, certified fraud examiner, has been awarded status as a diplomate of the American Board of Forensic Accounting by the American College of Forensic Examiners. Ellison is a shareholder in the Springfield-based firm of Kirkpatrick, Phillips & Miller, CPAs, PC.

Cox Health Systems has been selected as one of the nation's 100 top-performing hospitals for the second consecutive year. Cox is the only Missouri hospital to receive this recognition in the 1997 "100 Top Hospitals: Benchmarks for Success" study, conducted by HCIA, a division of William M. Mercer. Cox Health Systems is one of 32 hospitals to appear on the top 100 list in both 1996 and 1997.

Research results obtained by Fred Ulam, PhD; Paul Thomlinson, PhD; Rodney Quinn, MD; Todd Smith, PsyD; and Terri Templemeyer, PhD, have been invited for submission by the Journal of Neurotherapy. The research, funded by a grant from Burrell Foundation, deals with the use of quantitative EEG to predict depression in patients who have experienced a stroke.

Gary M. Phillips, licensed nursing home administrator and managing consultant with the Springfield office of Baird, Kurtz & Dobson, has been awarded the national managed care certification designation by the National Professional Education Institute Inc. The NMCC designation is granted to individuals who have mastered the essential elements of managed care.

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