Members Elect New Board of Directors and Officers at Hydraulic Institute Annual Meeting
PARSIPPANY, NJ - April 20, 2001 - The Hydraulic Institute (HI) announced its 2001 - 2002 Board of Directors and officers during a general session of the annual meeting held recently in Palm Springs, CA.
Among the roster of key executives, Raymond Dunn of Floway Pumps, Fresno, CA, will serve as board chairman; Ron Yates, Iwaki Walchem Corp., Holliston, MA, will serve as president; Al Huber, Patterson Pump Company, Toccoa, GA, will serve as vice president, technical affairs; and Pasquale DePalma, ITT Fluid Handling Division, Morton Grove, IL, will serve as vice president, member services. Additional members of the board include:
- Gary Lent, Wilden Pump & Engineering, Grand Terrace, CA
- Howard Wynn, Flowserve Corporation, Irving, TX
- James Russell Phillips, Shurflo Pump Mfg., Santa Ana, CA
- Peter Krumm, Envirotech Pumpsystems, Salt Lake City, UT
- Victor Lukic, Grundfos Corporation, Fresno, CA
- Leslie Hennessy, Lovejoy, Inc., Downers Grove, IL
- Roger Jeschke, National Pump Company, Peoria, AZ
- Michael McDougal, ANSIMAG, Inc., Bloomingdale, IL
- Michael Schrock, Pentair Pump Group, North Aurora, IL
Past presidents Robert Ayers, ITT Industries - Fluid Technology, Upper Saddle River, NJ; James T. Donnelly, Sta-Rite Industries, Inc., Delavan, WI; and George M. Wilfley, A.R. Wilfley & Sons, Inc., Denver, CO; will serve in advisory roles. Robert K. Asdal, executive director of the Hydraulic Institute serves as secretary/treasurer and David S. Versfelt, Esq., Kirkpatrick & Lockhart LLP, New York City, will serve as legal counsel.
"I am honored to be associated with an organization that holds such a leadership role in the pump industry, and look forward to working with my fellow board members to further the Institute's educational initiatives," said Raymond Dunn, newly elected board chairman.
About Hydraulic Institute
The 83-year old Hydraulic Institute, the largest association of pump producers in North America, serves member companies and pump users by providing product standards and forums for the exchange of industry information. HI standards, created in the public interest, serve invaluable educational and commercial roles in improving understanding between pump users, contractors and manufacturers. For more information on HI and/or associate membership, visit the HI website www.pumps.org or call 973-267-9700.
Source: Hydraulic Institute Inc.