Franklin K. Brough was honored recently for his 30 years of service with the American Lung Association of Utah.

Brough, former executive director of the association, initiated tuberculosis detection and treatment among the Navajos during his tenure. He conducted statewide case findings combined with early tuberculin skin testing to help combat the disease, said Robert Furlow, the association's board president.

Brough was also a pioneer in mobile X-ray service, setting telemetry standards for pulmonary function testing, the use of hypnosis in smoking cessation programs and asthma attack control programs for adults and children, Furlow said.