Hall of Honor Nominations Open
Throughout TABC’s history, great leaders and public servants have dedicated their careers to protecting public health and safety while supporting businesses in a vital industry. You can nominate a retired TABC employee, living or deceased, for induction into the agency’s Hall of Honor.
The deadline for nominations is Sept. 30, 2021.
Who Should You Nominate?
The Hall of Honor is meant for retired employees who represent the best of TABC, its values and mission. Nominees must have retired directly from TABC, and certified peace officers must have an honorable discharge from the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement. The best candidates are:
- Trailblazers who had an extraordinary impact on the agency.
- Employees who made a large, positive difference at TABC.
- Employees who helped shape the agency, its outlook and focus.
How to Submit
Complete and email the form below to HallofHonor@tabc.texas.gov by Sept. 30, 2021. You can also submit it by regular mail.
Plaques commemorating the 2020 Hall of Honor inductees, Eleanor Ramirez and Quinton R. Vonner, are displayed at TABC Headquarters in Austin.