Hall Of Fame


The IAICDV presents the most prestigious award in the industry... The Hall of Fame


The IAICDV Hall of Fame was established in 2009 to recognize outstanding and extraordinary achievements in the ice cream industry and is the highest honor in our industry. It is bestowed upon individuals who have dedicated their careers to the overall betterment of the ice cream industry as well as have participated in trade associations, educational efforts and community involvement. 

Mission Statement: The IAICDV Hall of fame inductees are not chosen by virtue of their personal success and achievements, rather they are chosen for significant contribution to this Association and to the ice cream industry at large

Hall of Fame Committee

  • The committee is comprised of five current IAICDV members appointed by executive committee.
  • Current IAICDV president and four Past presidents.
  • The committee members will serve a two-year term concurrent with IAICDV president’s term.
  • In case of vacancies or incapacitation, the executive committee will appoint and fill the vacated position for the remainder of the term immediately.

Hall of Fame Nomination Criteria

Induction to the IAICDV Hall of Fame is the highest honor in our industry. It is bestowed upon Individuals whom have dedicated their careers to overall betterment of the Association and the industry. Successful candidates for nomination must have exhibited extraordinary service to the Association and Industry. Candidates demonstrate extraordinary service to the Association through:

  1. Active and sustained participation in the leadership of the Association and Industry and
  2. Selflessly serving the members of the Association and Industry colleagues through significant educational initiatives of best practices and innovations in an endeavor to create a stronger Association and Industry.
To be considered for the IAICDV Hall of Fame, a nominee must meet the following criteria:

  • Twenty years of service in the ice cream industry.
  • Significant, active and sustained involvement in the association and its causes and goals. Participation in the association leadership is a key qualification for Hall of Fame selection consideration.
  • Contributions to the association and the industry at large, in addition to his/her company, in the field of innovation, leadership and education that has proved to be of value.
  • Unless deceased, nominees must be present to accept the award, unless otherwise determined by Hall of Fame committee.
  • Nomination does not guarantee induction.
  • Nominees, whom were not inducted in current year, could re-apply in future.

Hall of Fame Inductees

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