During its recent 40th Annual Meeting held in Indian Wells, California, the membership of the Asphalt Emulsion Manufacturers Association (AEMA) elected Mark McCollough to the office of President for the 2013-2014 term. Mark is currently Director of Business Development with Asphalt Materials Inc. He manages a Micro Surfacing and Chip Seal company in Michigan and an Asphalt Recycling division based in Ohio. Mark also works closely with the Heritage Research Group Laboratory to develop innovations into future businesses. Mark is on the board of the Foundation for Pavement Preservation and is also active in the Asphalt Recycling & Reclaiming Association and the International Slurry Surfacing Association. He has a Masters of Business Administration from the University of Denver and holds a Bachelors of Construction Management degree from Colorado State University.
Other 2013-2014 officers elected were: Vice President Archie Reynolds, Norjohn, Limited, Burlington, Ontario, Canada, and Secretary/Treasurer, Mark Ishee, Ergon Asphalt & Emulsions, Inc., Jackson, Mississippi. AEMA’s Immediate Past President is Bucky Brooks, Asphalt Materials Inc., Oregon, Ohio. Directors elected for the term include; Diane Franseen, H.G. Meigs, LLC, Portage Wisconsin; Hans Ho, Telfer Oil Company, Martinez, California; Dan Koeninger, Terry Asphalt Materials, Inc., Hamilton, Ohio; Craig Moore, Cleveland Asphalt Products, Shepherd, Texas; Mark Smith, Vance Brothers, Inc., Kansas City, Missouri; Jean Claude Roffe, Colas, SA, France, will serve as International Member Representative and James Andrews, BASF Corporation, Charlotte, North Carolina will serve as AEMA’s Supplier Member Representative. Mike Hemsley, Paragon Technical Services, Richland, Mississippi, was appointed Chairman of AEMA’s International Technical Committee.