PERA Members Elect New Leaders for 2018-2020 - Engine Builder Magazine

PERA Members Elect New Leaders for 2018-2020

Members of the Production Engine Remanufacturer’s Association (PERA) were asked to vote on a slate of candidates for the association’s Board of Directors and Officers during the 73rd Annual Conference held recently in Reno, NV.

Harry “Skip” Hartley, II, president of Impaco, Inc.,Houston, TX was elected to serve as treasurer for a two-year term.

From left: Harry “Skip” Hartley, II, Impaco, Inc., Houston, TX; Craig Talley; Blackwater Engines Virginia Beach, VA; Joel Terry; SB International Inc. Nashville, TN; and Aaron LaRose; SRC Automotive Inc., Springfield, MO are introduced by Joe Polich, PERA executive vice president.

In addition, new directors were elected to a three-year term. Aaron LaRose; SRC Automotive Inc. Springfield, MO; Craig Talley; Blackwater Engines Virginia Beach, VA; and Joel Terry; SB International Inc. Nashville, TN were approved unanimously.

Going off the PERA’s Board of Directors this year were Harry “Skip” Hartley II of Impaco; Robert J. Melton of Melton Sales and Service; and Danny Molde of Federal-Mogul Motorparts. Frank Owings of Titan Engines completed his term as the Immediate past president.

Scott Miller, outgoing PERA president, receives a service award from PERA’s Joe Polich during the 2018 Conference held recently in Reno, NV.
Doug Kaufman, editor of Engine Builder magazine, presents Scott Miller with a plaque thanking him for his commitment as PERA President the past two years.
Out with the old, in with the new! Right, Scott Miller gives incoming PERA President Matt McGraw from AER Remanufacturing advice about managing the Association for the next two years.

Outgoing president Scott Miller of LKQ Remanufacturing, Grand Prairie, TX was recognized for his service and presented incoming president Matt McGraw with the commemorative gavel to manage the Association’s meetings for the next two years.

For more information about PERA or its conference, visit www.pera.org.

 

 

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