Paul Lindsley Thomas ’50Canon Dr. Paul Lindsley Thomas ’50, FAGO, was honored November 14 during a concert at the Meyerson Symphony Hall, Dallas, Texas. The concert, sponsored by the Church Music Institute, featured a chorus of more than 300 singers accompanied by the Cincinnati Brass and Annette Albrecht at the Lay Family Fisk organ, directed by Terry Price, conductor of the Dallas Symphony Chorus and Tim Sharp, executive director of the American Choral Conductors Association. Five of Dr. Thomas’ compositions were performed, following which Dr. Charlotte Kroeker, executive director of CMI, cited Dr. Thomas’ accomplishments and introduced him to the audience. Dr. Thomas received a standing ovation. The previous evening at a dinner in his honor, Dr. Thomas received a Life Achievement Award from the CMI. He is a member of the ASCAP, and his biography is in Who’s Who in America.