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Congratulations 2009 CPP Award Winners - PPA Today

Congratulations 2009 CPP Award Winners

These CPP Award Winners were recognized for the highest scoring Certified Professional Photographer (CPP) print, album, or electronic submission in their state print competition.

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cpp_JohnHill_ct.jpg John Hill, M.Photog., CPP Presented by Marie Curtis at PP of Connecticut in February.
cpp_StevenYahr_nj.jpg Steven Yahr, CPP
Presented by Ivan Domazet, PPA of New Jersey in April.
cpp_speaker_paul_ca.jpgPaul Speaker, Cr.Photog., CPP
Presented by Tim Meyer & Michael Gan at PP of California in March.
cpp_BogdanFundalinski_ny.jpgBogdan Fundalinski, M.Photog.Cr.,CPP
Presented by PPS of New York in March.
cpp_EllaCarlson_nh.jpgElla Carlson, CPP
Presented by Don Chick,
PP of New Hampshire in April.
John Hill, M.Photog., CPP
PP of Connecticut
Kelly Highby, CPP
PP of Nebraska
Catherine Carter, M.Photog., CPP
PP of North Carolina
Jennifer Hudson, M.Photog.Cr., CPP
PPA of Massachusetts
Ryan T. Brown, M.Photog.Cr., CPP
PPA of Missouri
Jeff Bowman, M.Photog.Cr., CPP
Virginia PPA
Wilbur Jeffcoat, CPP
South Carolina PPA
Steven Yahr, CPP
PPA of New Jersey
Paul Speaker, Cr.Photog., CPP
PP of California
David Deutsch, M.Photog.Cr., CPP
PP of Michigan
Bogdan Fundalinski, M.Photog.Cr.,CPP
PPS of New York
Gary Fail, M.Photog.Cr.,CPP
Kansas PPA.
Beth Forester, M.Photog.Cr., CPP
PP West Virginia
Ella Carlson, CPP
PP of New Hampshire

Has your affiliate awarded this CPP Award to one of your members? Let us know so we can share and celebrate this with all of our affiliates! Send the member's name, your affiliate name, when the award was given, and even a .jpg image of the award winner to affiliates@ppa.com.

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