Richard S. Fitzpatrick, more commonly known as "Spike" Fitzpatrick (November 26, 1948 - March 20, 2006) was an American lawyer best known for his representation of Ted Williams and involvement in the Alcor Life Extension Foundation dispute over Williams' body. 
The Richard "Spike" Fitzpatrick Award is given by the Florida School Board Attorneys Association to specially recognize service for one of the districts. The most recent award was given out in 2011. 
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- "Award / Recognitions". Florida School Board Attorneys Association. Florida School Board Attorneys Association. Retrieved 13 December 2015.
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