July 27, 2015 | Vol. 65, No. 14
Dear PEI Member:
The tabulation of ballots has been completed in the nominating election of PEI board members from our odd-numbered membership districts and the Service and Construction Division. Three members received enough votes in the nominating stage of the election process to be elected to the board without a runoff election. Four members ran unopposed and already have been certified winners by the PEI Election Commission. The two nominees from the Service and Construction Division who received the greatest number of points now go into a runoff election. Ballots for the runoff will be emailed today.
Here are the election results, according to Joey Cheek, Guardian Fueling Technologies, Jacksonville, Florida, chairman of the PEI Election Commission.
Distributor District 1 – The new director is James D. Ether, R. M. Dalrymple Co., Inc., Saratoga Springs, New York. He succeeds Susan Scott, J. W. Scott Service Station Equipment, Trenton, New Jersey.
Distributor District 3 – The new director is Blair D. Shwedo, SouthEastern Petroleum Systems Inc., Charlotte, North Carolina. Shwedo replaces Joey Cheek, Guardian Fueling Technologies, Jacksonville, Florida.
Distributor District 5 – The new director is Sara Beck, MECO, Inc. (Montgomery), Montgomery, Alabama. She succeeds Susan Maples, RBM Company, Knoxville, Tennessee, in that position.
Distributor District 7 – The new director is Kurt Radermacher, Pump & Meter Service, Inc., Hopkins, Minnesota. Radermacher succeeds Jason Munson, Dockendorf Equipment Company, Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
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Distributor District 9 – The new director representing Distributor District 9 is John W. Moore, Banks & Co., Fresno, California. Moore replaces Ryan Rethmeier, Western Pump, Inc., San Diego, California, as director from District 9.
Manufacturer District 11 – The new director is Jeanne Murphy Murck, Core Engineered Solutions, Inc., Herndon, Virginia. Murck currently serves on the PEI Board of Directors, having moved up from her co-director position upon the resignation of District 11 director Kendra Barzak this spring.
Manufacturer District 13 – The new director is Greg Young, Vaporless Manufacturing, Inc., Prescott Valley, Arizona. He succeeds Richard Basham, IRPCO, LLC, Charleston, West Virginia.
Service and Construction Division – The two nominees in the runoff are Gregory E. Dubas, Pine Run Construction Corp., Doylestown, Pennsylvania, and Edward S. Kubinsky, Jr., CROMPCO, LLC, Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania.
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