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President’s Message

By: John Semtner

Our ASHRAE chapter has had another historically successful year. This is in part to all of those who volunteered their time and talents to help us achieve the goals we set out early on. We have been focused on engaging our membership and increasing our membership numbers. We held more events this year than we had in the past. This allowed us to dive deeper at our chapter meeting and focus on quality topics and events. The result of that has been increasing attendance numbers and membership growth. The most exciting aspect is the age demographic of our growth is in the YEA age group. This will ensure our future growth and development as a chapter.

I hope my leadership has been has continued to guide our chapter into a positive direction. I want to thank some members who specifically went above and beyond expectations. Jeff Forman volunteered at every event, took on one of the often avoided chairs of newsletter, and always pushed for more with a smile on this face. Daniel Brazeale continued to be one of our strongest chairmen and won the Round-Up award for the best Membership Promotion Chair in Region VIII. Stephanie Thomas has continued to be a unsung hero of the chapter as our steady Treasurer. Andy Donehue pushed to double the number of YEA events and attendance at each. Madison, Caleb, and Brian combined to pull together a very successful Student outreach year. Chris Dolan has more dollars committed to RP than any recent year since Bob Vermillion’s influence. Damon McClure has tirelessly filled the secretary role, but still found time to help drag some contractor blood to the new Sporting Clay tournament. There are so many more that helped and I am thankful to all.

As my term passes, I hope that I instilled some passion for our chapter / industry / friendships into your life. I am very proud of ASHRAE and our Central Oklahoma Chapter. I wish Trapper Wilson good luck next year and challenge each of you to help us to strive to improve Central Oklahoma.

 CRC 2016

ASHRAE Mission:
To advance the arts and sciences of heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration to serve humanity and promote a sustainable world.


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11:30 Registration Begins
1:00 PM Shotgun Start
BBQ Dinner after provided by Automated Building Systems
Please join us for a wonderful round of golf and fun. We will be playing this year’s tournament at Kickingbird Golf Course in Edmond. COK ASHRAE has consolidated down to one golf tournament a year, so you will not want to miss this one! It will once again be a lot of fun for everyone involved. So come and enjoy the fellowship and of course the great golf.
The entry fee is $100 per person . This fee will cover prizes, green fees, cart, range balls, lunch before the round and the Bar-B-Que dinner after the round.
Hole Sponsorship Begins at Only $300 per Company
With Hole Sponsor and 4 entries: $700 for All!
Check enclosed: Make checks payable to CENTRAL OKLAHOMA CHAPTER ASHRAE OR We now accept credit cards!
If interested, contact:
Bryan Garcia
email: bdgarcia@trane.com
Office: 405-717-7614
Mobile: 405-627-8586