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ASPE Honors Chapters and Members for Their Contributions to the Plumbing Engineering Industry

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During the 2021 ASPE Tech Symposium Lunch & Awards Ceremony on Saturday, September 25, at the San Diego Marriott Mission Valley, the American Society of Plumbing Engineers (ASPE) recognized numerous local Chapters and members for their contributions to the Society and the plumbing engineering industry over the past year.

“I am so proud of the perseverance and commitment of our Chapters and members during the hardships we’ve faced in the last 18 months,” says 2020–2022 ASPE President Carol Johnson, CPD, LEED AP, CFI, FASPE. “Thanks to their dedication, the ASPE Family and the plumbing engineering industry are stronger than ever.”

The following awards were presented at the ceremony.

2021 Award of Excellence

These ASPE members were honored with the Award of Excellence for their countless volunteer hours in multiple leadership positions to help the Society succeed: Holly Bruns; Mitch Clemente, CPD, FASPE; David Dexter, FNSPE, FASPE, CPD, CPI, LEED BD+C, PE; Lawrence Justin, PE, CPD, FASPE; Paula Leatherman, CPD, FASPE; Christoph Lohr, PE, CPD, LEED AP BD+C; Laura Loziuk; Joseph Messina, CPD, FASPE; William O’Donnell, CPD, FASPE; Curtis Ray Jr., CPD, FASPE; Warren Rosenbrook, PE, CPD, GPD, FASPE; Vincent Scriboni, CPD, FASPE; Robert Shorey Jr., CPD, GPD, FASPE; Donald Strickland Jr., CPD, GPD, FASPE; Scott Steindler, CPD, LEED AP, ARCSA AP (IS), GPD, GGP, FASPE; and Diane Wingard, CPD, FASPE.

2021 Director’s Award

These awards are presented by ASPE’s Region Directors to recognize outstanding members and Chapters in their Regions.

  • Philadelphia Chapter, for membership retention and educational leadership
  • Hampton Roads Chapter, for their dedication and perseverance
  • Lisa Sprague, CM-BIM, for outstanding Hampton Roads Chapter leadership, performance, and commitment to advancing the Society through the development of and sustaining health of the Chapter
  • Connecticut Chapter, for their dedication and perseverance
  • Pam Hartsell, CPD, PMP, for outstanding Eastern Michigan Chapter leadership, performance, and commitment to advancing the Society through the development of technical education programs
  • Brian Young, P.Eng., Greater Toronto Chapter, for outstanding leadership and membership growth
  • Dann Holmes, for contributions, service, and commitment to Region 2 and the Society by serving as the Region 2 Affiliate Liaison and Secretary of the Eastern Michigan Chapter
  • Andrew Hemmelgarn, PE, CPD, for outstanding contributions and service to the Southwestern Ohio Chapter as the Chapter AYP Liaison and to the Society as a Region 2 representative on the Membership Committee
  • Theresa Card, PE, CPD, GPD, LEED AP, for outstanding contributions to the Eastern Michigan Chapter
  • Tom Kingshott, CPD, GPD, for outstanding contributions and service to the Society as a member of the Long-Range Planning Committee
  • Rolf Fischer, for outstanding contributions and service to the Society as a Region 2 representative on the Membership Committee
  • Eric Reese, CPD, GPD, for outstanding contributions and service to the Society as a member of the Nominating Committee
  • Vincent J. Scriboni, FASPE, for outstanding leadership, membership growth, and community outreach
  • Diane Wingard, CPD, FASPE, for outstanding leadership and commitment to advancing the Society
  • Aaron Bock, PE, CPD, GPD, LEED AP, for outstanding leadership, membership growth, and community service
  • Lyn Adair, for outstanding leadership and expansion of the ASPE Society
  • Donald Taylor, CPD, GPD, for outstanding leadership and commitment to advancing the Society

2020–2021 Chapter Award of Merit

This award recognizes the following Chapters for extraordinary contributions made on behalf of the Society: Alabama, Arkansas, Baltimore, British Columbia, Central Florida, Eastern Michigan, Houston, Johnstown, Los Angeles, Lubbock High Plains, Montreal, New York City, Oklahoma, Philadelphia, South Florida, Washington, D.C., and Wisconsin.

2020–2021 Membership Growth Award

The Membership Growth Award is given to the top three Chapters with the highest percentage of growth in the past year in two categories: Chapters with up to 99 members and Chapters with 100 or more members.

  • 99 members or less: Oklahoma, South Florida, Toronto
  • 100+ members: Seattle, Washington, D.C., Wisconsin

2020–2021 Membership Retention Award

One of the more difficult awards to achieve, the Membership Retention Award recognizes the following Chapters that retained 90 percent or more of their previous year’s membership: Alabama, Arkansas Satellite, Central Florida, Columbia, East Tennessee, Memphis, Omaha, Seattle, Southwestern Ohio, Toronto, and Wisconsin.

Education Fund and Education & Research Foundation Contributors

ASPE also recognized Chapters for contributing to the success of our educational programs by donating to the Education Fund and Education & Research Foundation.

  • Education Fund Contributors: Baltimore, Cleveland, Johnstown, Montreal, Oklahoma City, Omaha

Education & Research Foundation Contributors: Baltimore, Cleveland, Johnstown, Montreal, New York City, Oklahoma City, Omaha

The American Society of Plumbing Engineers (ASPE) is the international organization for professionals skilled in the design, specification, and inspection of plumbing systems. ASPE is dedicated to the advancement of the science of plumbing engineering, to the professional growth and advancement of its members, and to the health, welfare and safety of the public.

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