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The Association of Equipment Management Professionals (AEMP) Elects 2014 Board of Directors

The heavy equipment management industry's leading professional association elects new board of directors

GLENWOOD SPRINGS, Colo., Jan. 13, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The Association of Equipment Management Professionals (AEMP), the industry's leading professional organization to advance the careers of heavy duty and off-road equipment management professionals, announced today the election of the AEMP 2014 Board of Directors. The board is now led by Thad Pirtle, VP and Equipment Manager at Traylor Bros., Inc.

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2014 AEMP Board of Directors

Executive Committee

Chairman of the Board - Thad Pirtle, Traylor Bros


Chairman Elect - Ken Burke, CEM, Bechtel


Vice Chair - Don Genglebach, CEM, Mulzer Crushed Stone


Vice Chair - John Meese, Waste Management


Vice Chair - Jason Ruggles, Traylor Bros


Secretary/Treasurer - Dave Gorski, CEM, K-Five


Immediate Past Chair - Bob Merritt, CEM, URS



Elected Directors

Director of Construction - Gil Gilbert, CEM, Henkels & McCoy


Director of Governmental - Mike Brennan, CEM, Manatee County


Director of Mining - Don Connelly, CEM, Oldcastle Materials


Director of Strategic Partners - Tom Bucklar, Caterpillar


Director of Associates - Ken Hill, Wearcheck

Appointed Directors

Appointed Director - Tim Morgan, Branch Highways


Appointed Director - Guy Gordon, CEM, Aegion


Appointed Director - Kendall Delp, AMECO


Appointed Director - Chris Ryan, CEM, Boh Bros

Appointed Associate Directors (Strategic Partners)

Appointed Director - Randy Amerine, AT


Appointed Director - Pat Hunt, Case


Appointed Director - Alex Smith, Castrol


Appointed Director - Rod Sutton, CE


Appointed Director - Carl Porter, John Deere


Appointed Director - Mike Gidaspow, Komatsu


Appointed Director - Dan Tidwell, Randall Reilly


Appointed Director - Jeff Cohen, Telogis


Appointed Director - Cloyce Newton, Trimble


Appointed Director - Dennis Walker, United Rentals


Appointed Director - Roberto Bogdanoff, Volvo

Formed in 1982, AEMP advances heavy duty and off-road equipment management as a career. The organization represents fleet management professionals who work in construction, government, utilities, energy, mining and all other related industries.

AEMP helps industry professionals attain the contacts, knowledge, career development and personal growth needed for success. Membership helps practitioners operate at peak performance and make lasting contributions to their organization's growth.

AEMP believes excellence is achieved through continuing education, serving end users as a clearinghouse for technical, industry, and regulatory information. The organization strives to further this mission by developing, coordinating, and implementing programs to enhance the profession, and interacting with other organizations sharing common resources, purposes and goals.

For more information about AEMP visit www.AEMP.org. Follow AEMP on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter or contact Christopher Turek, VP of Marketing and Communications at [email protected] or by calling 970-928-3407.

Media Contact: Chris Turek, Association of Equipment Management Professionals (AEMP), 970-928-3407, [email protected]

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