General Information

Officers

March 2019 - March 2021

(2-year terms)

      President           Glenn England (RAMBOLL)
      Vice President           Sean Warden (Dominion)
      Secretary           Jason Bouwman (NWCAA)
      Treasurer           Robin Segall
     Editor            Yves Tondeur (It’s About Purpose)

 

Directors At Large

    

Roy Owens (Owens-Corning)        2 Years (or untill a new Presdent is elected)
Peter Pakalnis (Lehder)        3 Years (Through March 2023)
Kevin Crosby (Montrose AQS)        3 Years (through March 2022)
Thomas Leach (OG&E)        3 Years (through March 2022)

 

SES Committee Members

Committee          Chairperson
Safety         David Elam
Ethics         Open
Data Quality         Eric Ehlers
Awards & Scholarship         Peter Westlin
Web Site         David Eckard
QSTI/QSTO Program         Peter Westlin and Glenn England
Membership & Outreach   

    Sean Warden & Jason Bouwman

Matthew S. DeVito Award         Roy Owens
Conference Steering        Wade Bice
Governance        Tina Sanderson
Editorial        Yves Tondeur

 

SES Hall of Fame Members

as of 2017

Roger Shigehara 1986 Matthew S. Devito 2001
Walter Smith 1986 Jim Jahnke 2002
Billy Mullins 1988 Michael W. Hartman 2003
Ronald Ostendorf 1988 Richard H. Russell 2004
Gene Wellman 1989 Robert Finken 2005
William DeWees 1990 Jim Craigmile 2006
Charles Duncan 1990 Glenn England 2007
Fred Hopton 1990 Lesley Sloss 2008
Gene Riley 1992 Tom Baldwin 2009
George Walsh 1992 Roy Owens 2010
Peter Westlin 1992 Scott Evans 2011
James Peeler 1993 Yves Tondeur 2012
Howard Schiff 1993 Bill Walker 2013
Tony Eggleston 1994 Laura Kinner 2014
Victor Hanson 1996 Jim Serne 2015
Thomas Rose 1997 Angela Hansen 2016
Mike Fogle 1998 Ray Merrill 2017
Robin Segall 1999 David Elam 2018
Keith Curtis 2000 Stef Johnson 2019
 

 

The Matt DeVito Award

The Matthew DeVito award recognizes an individual’s superior ethical conduct and major contributions towards ensuring measurement data quality and representativeness, and the safe implementation of source testing. The procedure the Board established is that an SES member nominates a candidate by letter and includes a justification statement. The nominee does not have to be a SES member. Nominations should describe the nominee and how that person embodies the principles of quality, integrity, safety, and an ethical approach toward stack sampling. Send your detailed nomination for the Matthew S. DeVito Award to the attention of Roy Owens by January 15 of each year.

Past Recipients of Matthew DeVito Award:

  • Gene Riley, 2002
  • Peter Westlin, 2005
  • Dave Curtis, 2007
  • Mike Hartman, 2009
  • David Bagwell, 2011
  • Mike Denomme, 2013
  • Mike Fogle, 2014
  • Thomas Graham, 2016
  • Jon Hays (posthumously), 2018
  • Thomas Leach, 2019

 

Scholarship Programs

New! BALLOT TO AMEND THE SES CONSTITUTION (September 2020)

A majority of the Members present at the SES virtual Annual Meeting held on July 9, 2020 voted to distribute a ballot to the full membership for voting on a proposed amendment to the SES Constitution (no further amendments were proposed or approved at the Meeting).

*IMPORTANT!* SES Members will receive voting instructions via email from ElectionBuddy.com - please check your inbox and spam filters/folders. If you can't find the email, please contact the SES Secretary. You must be a Member in good standing to vote - if you need to renew your membership dues or wish to join, please see instructions here.

The proposed amendment was unanimously approved by the SES Board of Directors, distributed to the full SES membership via email and posted on the SES website in March 2020. The proposed amendment will combine the current SES Constitution and Bylaws into a single new document called Bylaws. See the March email transmittal for additional information. The March email transmittal, proposed amendment, current (2007) SES Constitution and current (2008) SES Bylaws may be downloaded via the links below.