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AFS announces new officers & directors, award winners for 107th Casting Congress. (Metalcasting Associations).

In anticipation of the 107th Casting Congress, April 26-29, Milwaukee, AFS has announced its new officers and directors for 2003-04 and the 2003 gold medal, scientific merit, service citation, Howard F. Taylor and Ray H. Witt award winners.

AFS officers: President--H. Arthur Edge, Jr., retired, American Cast Iron Pipe Co.; Vice President--Charles M. Kurtti, retired, Neenah Foundry Co.; 2nd Vice President--James L. Keffer, EBAA Iron Sales, Inc.; Immediate Past President--Paul B. Cervellero, Inductotherm Corp.

AFS Directors: New England Chapter (Group A) Region 1--Chris DeWitt, Fairmont Foundry; Central Michigan Chapter (Group E) Region 2-Judy Hurley, J. Brokerage, Inc.; Hawkeye Chapter (Group L) Region 4--Chris Misterek, John Deere Foundry.

AFS Directors-AT-Large: Donald H. Carpenter, U.S. Foundry & Manufacturing Co.; Robert J. Greason, Robcon Consulting Services, Inc.; Matthew W. Milam, Foundry Service Corp.

CMI Directors: James J. Archibald, Ashland Specialty Chemical Co.; Balthasar R. Weiss, Caterpillar, Inc.

2003 Award Winners: Thomas W. Pangbom Gold Medal--Ezra L. Kotzin, retired, AFS; Peter L. Simpson Gold Medal--Ray H. Witt, CMI Management Cervices, Inc.

Awards of Scientific Merit: George M. Goodrich, Professional Metallurgical Services; Thomas S. Piwonka, retired, The University of Alabama; Thomas Prucha, Intermet Corp.

AFS Service Citations: Nina V. Davi, retired, Pacific Steel Casting Co.; John V. Grabel, Caterpillar, Inc.; Frederick P. Schleg, retired, CMI; Alan K. Steffe, General Motors Powertrain; Joseph R. Ward, International Truck and Engine Corp.

Howard F. Taylor Award: "Process Modeling: Sand Core Blowing (02-141)," by Kenneth Williams and Dale Snider, Arena-Flow, L.L.C.,; Mike Walker, General Motors Corp.,; and Sheila Palczewski, General Motors Corp. Powertrain Div.

Ray H. Witt Award: "Applications of Austempered Cast Irons (02-084)," by Kathy Hayrynen, Kristin Brandenberg and John Keough, Applied Process, Inc.

At the 107th Congress, the new officers and directors will be inducted and the awards presented.
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