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ASHRAE membership is open to any person associated with heating, ventilation, air conditioning or refrigeration. ASHRAE is unique because its membership is drawn from a wide range of disciplines relating to the HVAC&R field. Approximately 51,000 individuals from more than 100 nations belong to the Society.

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072013-Obituaries

 Obituaries — July 2013

ASHRAE predecessor societies: ASHVE, the American Society of Heating and Ventilating Engineers; ASRE, The American Society of Refrigerating Engineers; ASHAE, the American Society of Heating and Air-Conditioning Engineers.

Brian K. Bage

50; Member; La Grange, Texas, 78945; joined ASHRAE in 1987.

Cecil J. Baker

92; Life Member; Elberfeld, Ind., 47613; joined ASRE in 1948.

Paul B. Baker

59; Member; Ottawa, Ontario, K2A 2M9, Canada; joined ASHRAE in 1984. He served on the Board of Governors for the Ottawa Valley Chapter and was former chapter president and historian.

 

James A. Barnes

68; Life Member; Newark, Del., 19718; joined ASHARE in 1976.

 

Steven J. Clark

55; Member; Provo, Utah; joined ASHRAE in 1983. Clark served on the Standard 189.1 committee, Standard for the Design of High-Performance, Green Buildings Except Low-Rise Residential Buildings.

 

Eugene E. Drucker

88; Life Member; Syracuse, N.Y., 13214; joined ASHRAE in 1964.

 

Edward J. Franz

29; Associate Member; Syosset, N.Y., 11791; joined ASHRAE in 2008.

 

Fred T. Garrett Jr.

87; Fellow Life Member; Greenville, S.C., 29615; joined ASHRAE in 1978. He was a former president of the Greenville Chapter.

 

Frank W. Heckler

78; Life Member; Pittsburgh, Pa., 15241; joined ASHRAE in 1972.

 

Henry S. Huddleston

84; Life Member; San Mateo, Calif., 99402; joined ASHRAE in 1967.

 

Kevin Jensen

Associate Member; Denver, Colo., 82055; joined ASHRAE in 2012.

 

Roger W. Leland

75; Life Member; Sun Lakes, Ariz., 85248; joined ASHRE in 1975.

 

Robert T. Marks

85; Life Member; Hilliard, Ohio, 43026; joined ASHRAE in 1963. He served on the Standard 153P committee, Method of Test for Mass Flow Capacity of Four-Way Refrigerant Reversing Valves.

 

Richard L. Nagy

63; Member; Moscow, Idaho, 83844; joined ASHRAE in 1988. He formerly served as Research Promotion chair for the Inland Empire Chapter and newsletter editor for the Golden Gate Chapter.

 

Thomas C. Roche Jr.

83; Life Member; Fountain Hills, Ariz., 85268; joined ASHRAE in 1961.

 

Donald J. Sachs

97; Life Member; Southfield, Mich., 48034; joined ASHRAE in 1971.

 

Robert J. Sullivan

68; Life Member; Cedar Knolls, N.J., 07927; joined ASHRAE I 1976.

 

William K. Thomas

87; Life Member; Marion, Mass., 02738; joined ASHRAE in 1961.  Thomas served on numerous technical and standards committees, including chair of Standard 111, Measurement, Testing, Adjusting and Balancing of Building Heating, Ventilation and Air-Conditioning Systems, and Standard 151, Practices for Measuring, Testing, Adjusting, and Balancing Shipboard HVAC&R Systems, and Technical Committee 7.7, Testing and Balancing.

 

Glenn H. Walton

94; Life Member; Rosharon, Texas, 77583; joined in 1954.