Dolphin Award nominations sought

Nominations are being sought for the annual Malibu Times Citizens of the Year Dolphin Awards. 

The purpose of the Dolphin Awards program is to recognize outstanding efforts of individual Malibu citizens and, by acknowledging and publicizing their contributions, inspire others. 

Readers are invited to submit nominees worthy of being considered for a Dolphin Award, individuals who have made outstanding contributions to improving one or more aspects of Malibu’s community life. 

Dolphins are a very diverse group. Some Dolphins may have many years of achievement; others have only recently found an important way to serve. Some have been involved in multiple activities; others have focused on one or two. Some are business professionals, politicians or educators, while still others are retirees, retailers, restaurateurs, homemakers or students. Their interests are as diverse as they are and range from environmental protection to wildlife rescue to education, literacy, the arts, health and safety, teen programs… the list goes on and on. 

To submit a nominee, write at least one page describing your nominee’s contribution and why you think that person should be considered. 

Please include enough information (several paragraphs at least) for the editorial/publishers board to be able to make an informed decision. 


The deadline is Jan. 31. 

Be sure to include his/her contact information. Mail or e-mail to and to; 3864 Las Flores Canyon Rd., Malibu, CA 90265. 

Dolphin Winners 1990-2011:


Caggiano, Mike 

Keller, Walt 

Merrick, Judge John 

Sheridan, Monsignor John 

Van Horn, Carolyn 

Wan, Larry & Sara 

Zeitsoff, Missy 

Mauro, Capt. Don 

Cairns, Pat 

Edmiston, Joe 

Harris, Dr. Jeff 

Reynolds, Dr. Susan 

Vogler, Maggie 


Bloomfield, Ron 

Fulton, Ann 

Hope, Bob 

Jennings, Jeff 

Pepperdine Volunteers 

Radefield, Paul 

Russell, Sandy 

Templeman, Reeves & Reta 


Banducci, Sandi 

Baskin, Harvey 

Bateman, Dr. Scott 

Benatar, Pat 

Blackwood, Mary Lou 

Chesterfield, Richard 

Crummer, Roy 

Demby, Beryl 

Frampton, Mary 

Keller, Lucile 

L.A. Co. Lifeguards 

L.A. Co. Fire 

L.A. Co. Sheriffs 

Weisman, Fred R. 

Wolpert, Russ 


Barrett, Diane 

Brosnan, Pierce 

Cooper, Marty 

Goldman, Ron 

Kouba, Matt 

Lemond, Rob 

Schlossberg, Carl 

Shapiro, Renny 

Taki, Beverly 

Worth, Rev. David 

York, Arnold & Karen 


Cameron, Barbara 

Charlie Brown’s Malibu Sea Lion 

D’Angelo, Maria 

Dobyns, Tom 

Friends of the Malibu Library 

Hove, Faye 

Kamath, Mary Kaye 

Moore, Lt. Mike 

Ryan, Pat 

Wagner, Wende 


Willson, Shirley 

Pierson, Lt. Jim 

Spanier, Howard 

O’Brien, Doug 

Kennedy, Ben 

Drobnick, Lou 

Hays, Gretchen 

Herson, Rabbi Benjamin 

Kilday, Ruth Taylor 

Loo, Mona 


Fakehany, Tom 

Foster, David 

Jarvis, JoAnna 

Kramer, Jeff 

Matthews, Mike 

Payne, Anne 

Stevens, Agnes 

Konheim, Lyn & Perenchio, John 


Cott, Phil 

Glass, Betty 

Grisanti, Sara 

Yarnell, Kathryn 

O’Connor, Terry 

Soloway, Natalie 

Dmytryk, Rebecca 

Marowitz, Charles 

Coatsworth, Honey 

Ford, Lee 

Hayes, Ronn 

Peacock, Rev. Larry 


Baldwin, Diane 

Ball, Mark 

Harlow, John 

Maginnis, Jeanette 

Stotsenberg, Ed & Dorothy 

Sunderland, Maud–Ann 

Stern, Laure 

Spooner, Paul 

Swerman, Jannis 

Goldschneider, Alan 


Barsocchini, Barbara 

Curtis, Lisa & Bill 

Hammond, Beverly 

Himmelfarb, Doug 

Ravaglioli, Steven & Lockrem, Bonnie 

Reynolds, Kristin 

Schultz, Jack 

Winger, Nidra 

Zakian, Michael 


Barovsky, Harry 

Brown, Leland, Fire Capt. 

Estill, Wayne & Beverly 

Fogg, Jo 

Hoffman, Ann 

Roney, Deirdre 

Sills, Laureen 

Malibu Association of Contractors 


Armstrong, Bill & Virginia 

Cornucopia Farms 

Cox, Shelley 

Hart, Robert (Bob) 

Hasse, Tom 

Meckler, Zane 

Zahn Rosenthal, Laura 

Stoker, Dermot 

Yorkin, Peg 


Emerson, Allen, Arson Watch 

Baylin, Sherman 

Furguson, Ann 

Katz, David, Malibu Film Festival 

Legaspi III, David 

Matlow, Marlene 

Silna, Ozzie 

Volunteers/Docents— Adamson House / Lagoon Museum 


Dillon, Carol 

Eisenberg, Helene 

Greenwood, Pat 

Lawrence, Lilly 

Malibu Kiwanis Club 

Robinson, Scott 

St. John’s Hospital 

Seymour, Jane 

Wisnicki, Kathy 


Bridgeman, Jacqueline 

Davis, Rich 

House, Joan 

Johnson, Lea and Leon 

Leoni, Téa 

Randall, Carol 

Walraven, Wes 

Malecha-Bricklin Family 


DeJoria, John Paul and Eloise Gabbard, Kay 

Giese, Jo 

Latta, Shari 

Lyons, David and Tallal, Scott 

Malibu Legacy Park Project 

Solis, Dede 

Soboroff, Steve, Richard Green and Michael Koss 


Anthony, Peter and Elizabeth, & La Gorce Kramer, Deborah 

Bowen, Candace 

Brosnan Shaye, Keely 

Kim, Chi 

Kmiec, Carol & Duke Mitze, Marnie 

Klein, Bob 

Linke, Cindy 

Reiss, Bonnie 

Shraibati, Tarek 


Devin, Judi 

Duff, Susie 

Greene, Francine 

Haines, Matt 

Kearsley, Ken 

KNX 1070 Radio News Team 

Landworth, Aaron 

Optimist Club of Malibu 

Ravaglioli, Raquel 

First Responders 


Deutch-Adler, Alexis 

Caraway, Debrah 

Cortazzo, Chris 

Drescher, Fran 

Friedman, Jonathan 

Gray, Rebecca 

Newman, Maria and Scott Hosfeld 

Kagan, David 


Barovsky, Sharon 

Buxie, Ann 

Cooper, Leon 

Posey, Erica 

Ludwig, Cindy 

Merriman, Ron 

Stern, Andy 

Zambetti, John 


Bass, Shelby 

Baghdasarian, Zare and Seda 

Bergen, Rod 

Cole, Steve and Debra 

Van Dyke, Dick 

Miehle, Violet 

Petretti, Justine 

Ross, Robyn 

Singer, Ray 


Cook, Kathy 

Dermenjian, Ani 

King, Georgia 

Krasner, Benjamin 

Lampson, Kurt 

Sutton, Bob and Jackie 

Conley Ulich, Pamela and Wagner, Jefferson “Zuma Jay” 

The Malibu Times is the first newspaper in Malibu, serving the community since 1946.

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