NASF Board of Directors Recognize Four Departing Members

Pat Gleason, Ray Lucas, Bill Wiggins and Joelie Zak leaving NASF Board
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The NASF Board of Directors recognized four of its members who are stepping down after many years of dedicated service.
Those members leaving the board include Pat Gleason, Microfinish IPC LLC; Ray Lucas, Valley Chrome Plating; Bill Wiggins, Automation Plating Corp.; and Joelie Zak, Scientific Control LabsInc.
“These past board members have had a positive impact on the organization’s development,” says Christian Richter, NASF executive director. “The varied expertise and business acumen that each contributed to board discussions over the years has been invaluable. As long-serving board members, their participation at varied industry related meetings and events has been greatly appreciated.”


For more information about the NASF, please visit NASF.org


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