The National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence recently announced the officers for its board of directors for 2010:
“ASE’s success rests, in part, on our industry embracing the goal of voluntary certification for service professionals,” says Tim Zilke, ASE president. “The outstanding support of the ASE program by the organizations that encourage such talented people to serve on our all-volunteer board demonstrates their commitment to improving our industry.”
Also announced were newly elected members to ASE’s board of governors, representing various segments of the industry such as manufacturing/distribution, service employees, service employers and more:
Stepping down as their terms expired was Rod Davis, vice president of Dispute Resolution, Council of Better Business Bureaus; John Brekke, technician at Go Toyota Arapahoe; Jim Uffer, president of Truck Tech Inc.; and Bill Willis, president of Willis GM Automall & Willis Ford Inc.
“I’d like to take this opportunity to thank our outgoing board members for their service over the years,” Zilke says. “Each of these individuals devoted countless hours to the betterment of our industry and the thousands of automotive service professionals who proudly wear the ASE Blue Seal. We thank them for their service and wish them continued success.”