Fuller Award Committee
Indiana Rural Water Association
P.O. Box 679
Nashville, IN 47448
Purpose and Objectives
The purpose of the Fuller Award Committee is to choose the next recipient of the Fuller Award.
The George Warren Fuller Award was established in 1937, and is given each year to members of the American Water Works Association, designated by the Sections, for their distinguished service in the water supply fi eld and in commemoration of the sound engineering skill, the brilliant diplomatic talent, and the constructive leadership which characterized the life of George Warren Fuller – one of America’s most eminent engineers.
Each section, each year, may designate one of its members to receive a Fuller Award. Such designation is to recognize the contribution made toward advancement of water works the individual has made within the particular Section selecting him for the award. In 1942 the Fuller Awardees formed the “George Warren Fuller Award Society” which gathers each year in a breakfast meeting during the annual convention.