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Efforts of the Society, its members, and its bodies shall be directed at all times to enhancing the public health, safety and welfare.” – ASHRAE Code of Ethics 1.140.001.1.A https://www.ashrae.org/about/governance/code-of-ethics

Dear Members and Friends,


Presidents Corner Issue: May 2022

Efforts of the Society, its members, and its bodies shall be directed at all times to enhancing the public health, safety and welfare.” – ASHRAE Code of Ethics 1.140.001.1.A https://www.ashrae.org/about/governance/code-of-ethics

Dear Members and Friends,

This society year has flown by. I’d like to thank everyone for their support and involvement this past year. It’s unbelievable that this is my final newsletter as president. Every president faces their unique challenges throughout their term. Within the first few weeks as president, our web master retired (along with the ability to manage our old site) and several board members retired from the board. Within a couple of weeks, we created a new modern website that we manage ourselves and brought on an several extremely talented and motivated individuals. Obviously, I’m biased, but I can confidently say that this is the strongest board we’ve ever had and they’re committed to serving and bettering our community. I could not have done anything without the names you see there on the right. If you want to get involved or serve on our board, please reach out!

I’d also like to thank Past-President Dave Klenk, who provided mentorship throughout the year. Dave thank you for everything. Board members who will be retiring this year include, Joe Nader, Dave Klenk, and Jason Hilton. All three served on the board for many years and will be sorely missed. Annie will be moving into Membership Promotions, so we have several open positions: Research Promotions, Student Activities, Historian, and Government Affairs. Please reach out to join our board.

ASHRAE does provide unique leadership and networking opportunities. Paige attended the YEA 2.0 Leadership Conference in Lake Tahoe this past year. Her experience included leadership training from Society and networking with ASHRAE members from across the globe.

Speaking of YEA, Paige has coordinated a YEA event with the Dayton Chapter. Please sign up below, attendance is limited:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/ashrae-yea-topgolf-event-tickets-356249962227

Finally, please take a moment to read the second page of this newsletter.

It has been an honor to serve this community as President. Raven Jones will be taking over starting in July. This community is in great hands

-Nick Brown

Honoring our Members:

This year we have lost two long time members.

Please follow these links to the official obituary:

Gary Davies

https://www.cincinnati.com/obituaries/cen215831

Alexander Lukashevich

https://www.evansfuneralhome.com/obituaries/Alexander-Lukashevich?obId=24770732#/celebrationWall