Jack O. (Butch) McMullen Silver Spike Award

Leadership Lufkin Alumni are now accepting nominations for the 28th annual Jack O. (Butch) McMullen Silver Spike Award!

 Since 1991, Leadership Lufkin has selected annually an outstanding graduate of the program to honor with the Silver Spike Award. Named in memory of Butch McMullen of the Angelina and Neches River Railroad, the award is presented to a graduate of at least 10 years who has excelled in their role as a leader in all areas of his or her life.

The winner of this award will have exhibited the following characteristics that were exemplified by Butch McMullen:

• A leader and role model in profession, church, and/or community
• A strong positive influence and source of encouragement to others to be
actively involved in the community and make a positive difference
• An avid planner with a heart and vision for the future of Angelina County

The recipient of this award will be announced at the October First Friday Luncheon on October 5th at the Pitser Garrison Convention Center.

Please fill out nomination form below.


I would like to nominate the following person for the Jack O. (Butch) McMullen Silver Spike Award
Reasons this person should receive the Silver Spike Award
Planner/Visionary for the Community
Person Making Nomination