The International Swimming Hall of Fame Dames organization was established in 1965 for the purpose of promoting the interests and projects of the International Swimming Hall of Fame. These women have been of inestimable value to the Hall and its functions.

This award is no longer presented.

Marion Washburn


Marion “wore many hats” during her years at ISHOF.

Mary Oppenheim


As an original member of the Hall of Fame Dames she has helped with many projects over the years.

June Krauser


If there is ever a "real" Hall of Fame Dame, it's June Krauser.

Marjorie "Marge" Counsilman


In the five books the Counsilmans published, Doc wrote the technical matter and Marge wrote the text.

Geraldine "Jeri" Athey


Geraldine coached at the high schools of Palm Beach, Palm Beach Gardens, Riviera Beach, Cardinal Newman, North Shore and Forest Hill, developing state champions and finalists.

Linda Gill


Linda is determined to make a difference in the area and fights for what will help the community.

Betty Philcox Voss


Betty has received almost every award at the local level including Connecticut State High School Coach of the Year

Jean Brattain and Connie Sessions


In synchronized swimming, it's a duet; in diving, it's synchronized diving; in water polo, they are the forward and goalie; and, in swimming, they tie for the gold medal.

Sherrill Nelson


Sherrill is known throughout the aquatics world as an efficient hard worker from beginning to end.

Alice Kempthorne


Since 1963, she has been involved in the aquatic sports both nationally and locally with the Amateur Athletic Union and then United States Swimming.