Two La Salle Alumni Receive NASA Commendation
Barrett Cohen '93

David Brueneman '84 (Boeing) was awarded the NASA Exceptional Public Service Medal. This prestigious NASA medal is awarded to any non-Government individual or to an individual who was not a Government employee during the period in which the service was performed for sustained performance that embodies multiple contributions on NASA projects, programs, or initiatives.

The criteria must include all of the following:
Sustained performance has made a significant improvement to NASA deliverables, operations, or image; Employee's record of achievements sets a benchmark for other non-Government contributors to follow; substantial improvement to a NASA program that yielded high quality results or improvements; Impact and importance of the employee's services have made a lasting impact on the success of the Agency.

Christopher Cerimele '77 (NASA) was awarded the NASA Exceptional Service Medal. This prestigious NASA medal is awarded to a Government employee for sustained performance that embodies multiple contributions which contribute to NASA projects, programs, or initiatives.

The criteria must include all of the following:
Sustained performance has made a significant improvement to NASA deliverables, operations, or image;
Employee's record of achievements sets a benchmark for others to follow; Substantial improvement to a NASA program that yielded high quality results or improvements; Impact and importance of the employee's services have been instrumental to the past and ongoing success of NASA.