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The 2020 recipient of
the David J. Toman Award is Philip de Paola.
Since 1997, the
David J. Toman Foundation and the Art Conservation Department have presented
the David J. Toman Award to an outstanding senior. Recipients are
nominated by faculty for having demonstrated a strong commitment to the
preservation of cultural property beyond the classroom through internships,
service projects, and academic activities. The monetary component of this award
is provided by the David J. Toman Foundation.
Judith and Gary Toman established the
David John Toman Foundation in 1999 in memory of their son. David was an
undergraduate art conservation major at the University of Delaware when he was
tragically killed in a bicycle accident on campus. As a conservation
student he was particularly interested in objects conservation, especially the
conservation of outdoor sculpture. David’s spirit for conservation can be
summarized in his own words, “The past is stored and
recorded in its cultural objects. It is our job as conservators and curators to
preserve these materials for the enjoyment and education of future generations.
The extremely temporal outlook of this throwaway society must not be influence
enough to neglect the care given to cultural property.” David is
remembered by family and friends as having an infectious sense of happiness and
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Previous recipients of the
1997 Sara Shpargel
1998 Judy L. Dion
1999 Lisa Ann
2000 Tatiana Bareis
2001 Jennifer Jae
2002 Anya Shutov
2003 Anya McDavis-Conway
2005 Erica Cooney
2006 Fran Ritchie
2007 Heather Hansen
2008 Stephanie Oman
2009 Katelyn Uehling
2010 Susan Pavlik
2011 Hannah Mancill
2012 Kevin Barni
2013 Ellen Nigro
2014 Kelsey Wingel
2015 Rebecca Selig
2016 Julianna Ly
2017 Karissa Muratore
2018 Nell Weaver
2019 Annabelle Fichtner
and AnnaLivia McCarthy
2020 Philip de Paola