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CFA Seeks 2003 Lifetime Achievement Award Nominations

  • Tuesday, 22nd April 2003
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The Composites Fabricators Association (CFA) is seeking nominations for its Sixth Annual Lifetime Achievement Award. This award recognizes CFA members who have led notable careers in composites both through their individual careers and their contributions to the overall industry.

To be considered for the award, nominees must have been involved in the composites industry for at least 20 years and have made a “”significant and lasting”” contribution to the industry. “”Significant and lasting”” contribution includes performance in any of the following ways:

Exemplary contribution to legislative and/or regulatory affairs of significant long-term consequence to the industry.
Invention of a process or product that has significant long-term importance.
A very successful business career in which measurable contributions have been made to industry, government, employees, or the community.
Leadership throughout one’s career to the industry’s trade associations where lasting contributions were made, including SPI, SIRC, NMMA, CFA, ICPA, etc.
Contribution in academia that has noteworthy long-term impact to the composites industry.

The award will be given October 3, 2003 during COMPOSITES 2003, the annual conference and trade show sponsored by CFA, in Anaheim, California. Past honorees include Everett Pearson, W. Brandt Goldsworthy, Lowell Miles (CCT), Wes Hoch, and Robert S. Morrison.

Nominations will be accepted until April 24, 2003.

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