Bio: Hall, Lorna (25 May 2011)

Clark County Press, Neillsville (Clark Co.) WI

May 25, 2011, Page 3

Contact: Dolores Mohr Kenyon 

Hall receives NASA Silver Snoopy Award

Lorna (Nemitz) Hall (second from right) - the granddaughter of Ed and Judy Christensen of Neillsville - displays her NASA Silver Snoopy Award and poses with (l-r) Kennedy Space Center Director Robert Cabana, Kennedy Space Center Manufacturing and Processing Operations Director Greg Crews and Astronaut George Zamka.  (Contributed photo)

Lorna (Nemitz) Hall received the coveted Silver Snoopy Award March 29.

The Silver Snoopy Award is the astronaut’s personal award to individuals in NASA and other government agencies for outstanding efforts contributing to the success of human space flight missions.  Less than one percent of the work-force is nominated for this award.

Hall is the daughter of James and Sandra Nemitz of Bloomer and granddaughter of Ed and Judy Christensen of Neillsville.  Hall is a 1996 Bloomer High School graduate. She began working at Kennedy Space Center for the United Space Alliance in 2003.

While at Kennedy Space Center, Hall received her Associate Degree of Arts from Brevard Community University in May 2007 and is currently working on a Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering at the University of Central Florida.






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