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ASE introduces new 2023 board of directors officers

Jan. 17, 2023
The National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence has announced their newest officers for the coming year.

The National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) has announced its officers for its 2023 board of directors. The officers were elected during the annual ASE board meeting held in Arizona.

The newest member’s of ASE’s roster are:

  • Chair – Homer Hogg, vice president, truck service, TravelCenters of America
  • Vice Chair – Tom Trisdale, vice president, quality, Toyota
  • Treasurer – Jason Rainey, vice president, NAPA AutoCare
  • Secretary – John Wolf, president, Snap-on Business Solutions
  • Past Chair – Brad Pellman, president of Pellman's Automotive

“Volunteer leadership is instrumental in helping ASE set an agenda and fulfill the established mission each year,” said Tim Zilke, ASE president and CEO. “The new officers have dedicated their time and expertise and their depth of knowledge is an invaluable asset to ASE. We thank them for leading the ASE board and working on behalf of all ASE constituents.”

ASE also elected three new governors to its board of governors: Stacy Balzar, Ford; Elisha Huddleston, GM and Gary Uyematsu, BMW.

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