JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) – Gov. Jay Nixon is seeking nominations of Missourians for a national award that honors ordinary people for courage and selflessness. Three people from around the country will be receive the Citizen Service Before Self Honors award on March 25. The presentation will be made by a recipient of the military’s Medal of Honor during a ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknowns in Arlington National Cemetery. The national award is for a civilian who has shown a willingness to sacrifice for others through a single act of courage or a prolonged series of actions. A Kansas City man, David Bryan, was a recipient in 2009 for rescuing a person from a burning vehicle on Interstate 70 near Higginsville.