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President’s Message

By: John Semtner

Our local ASHRAE chapter and its members have made of lot of history in Central Oklahoma and I am pleased that we accomplished that again last year with President Joe Sanders bringing home the golden gavel for the first time since 1993. I’m looking forward to keeping up the momentum Joe sustained last year.

 It is my goal in 2015/2016 to continue the great work done by Joe, but also the great work done by the presidents before him like Alan Loeffler, Dusty Stoabs, Tino Mendez, and Bryan Garcia. They are all still heavily involved in making our chapter successful. I grew up around one of the “giants” of our chapter and want to dedicate my presidential year to him, Bob Vermillion. He was the kind of member who tirelessly gave of himself and I hope to follow in those footsteps. Any history we may make in the process this year, will be icing on the cake. The first priorities on my list, membership growth and membership participation.

Our chairmen are already working to strengthen ties with two historic institutions in our chapter; OSU and OG&E. We are looking forward to the quickly approaching Career Fair Prep event that Madison Schultz is putting together at OSU. OG&E has agreed to speak to us at our December meeting and have indicated desire to get reengaged with ASHRAE. Daniel Brazeale is planning a Membership luncheon at OG&E to reach out to their employees. Michael Wilson, Brian Sauer, & Jason Keyes are working on a special ASHRAE meeting that will be held in Stillwater next spring. These two institutions have played a significant role in our chapter’s history and we look forward to strengthening that relationship.

Membership involvement is a key factor when it comes to keeping our membership engaged and the line of chairmen strong. From making a small but consistent annual donation to Research Promotion to signing up to fill committees; your participation is important to our chapter’s future. We have chairmen and committees working on everything from sustainability to government affairs. Come spend a day volunteering with us outside of a meeting, you’ll help strengthen the organization while building valuable relationships with others in our business.

Looking forward to a history filled year and seeing you all at the golf tournament!




11:30am  Registration

12:00pm Lunch & Range Balls

1:00pm Shotgun Start

5:00pm BBQ Dinner & Awards 



$700.00 Hole Sponsorship & Foursome

$400.00 Foursome Golf Only

$100.00 Single Entry Fee


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