NFPA’s New Board of Directors

By Mike Osenga28 March 2019

The National Fluid Power Association (NFPA) recently elected its board of directors for the 2019-20 fiscal year. The new board terms begin on July 1.

Officers

Terms expiring June 30, 2020

Chair: John Stenz, chair & CEO, FORCE America, Inc.

Vice Chair: Ray Chambers, chair, CEO & President, Muncie Power Products

Treasurer: Jeff Hand, president & CEO, ROSS Controls

Secretary: Jim Kaas, president, Iowa Fluid Power

Directors

Terms expiring June 30, 2020

Paul Cooke, president & CEO, Bosch Rexroth

Tom Hunter, vice president, Husco

Volker Schmitz, president, Schmalz

Jim Slone, vice president, SunSource

Marc Weston, Danfoss (as a Past Chair of the Board)

Directors

Terms expiring June 30, 2021

Risk Bush, president & CEO, Micromatic

John Campbell, president, Clippard Laboratory Instruments

Jon Goreham, president, QCC, LCC (as a Past Chair of the Board)

Keith Simons, president, OEM Controls

Tony Welter, vice pesident, Eaton

Directors

Terms expiring June 30, 2022

Nicole Farrell, sales & marketing manager, Fluidyne

Bram Mason, Fluid Power director, BDI

Tony Vaughan, vice president, Parker Hannifin

Roscoe Wallace, director of marketing, Kaiser Aluminum

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