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WEMCO Sub-committees

Nigel ScotchmerEXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
Chair: Nigel Scotchmer of Huys Industries, Ltd.
Ensures the strength and integrity of WEMCO by coordinating and reviewing the subcommittees' activities.  The Executive Committee also evaluates the governing structure of WEMCO, and recommends changes to the organization's charter and/or subcommittees.

Dennis BrownGOVERNANCE COMMITTEE
Chair:  Dennis Brown of Weiler Corporation
Implements WEMCO's bylaws necessary to ensuring the organization's foundation, as well as periodically evaluate the governing structure of WEMCO-association, roles, duties, responsibilities, terms and membership eligibility.

Dave SullivanPROGRAM COMMITTEE
Chair: Don Grisez of Dengensha America Corp

Determines the meeting locations, speakers, and the program format for the WEMCO Annual Meetings. Throughout the year, the committee works together to ensure that the WEMCO Annual Meetings are relevant to WEMCO company members, and the welding industry.

Eric LaubachMEMBERSHIP
Chair: Eric Laubach of Direct Wire
Focuses on WEMCO's membership growth, as well as continually examine the benefits of being a WEMCO company member to ensure maximum value proposition. The Membership Recruitment Committee–in conjunction with the Membership Retention Committee–will focus on WEMCO marketing and promotions.

Jim HorvathIMAGE OF WELDING COMMITTEE
Chair: Jim Horvath of Victor Technologies
Serves as a catalyst and driving force within the industry to raise the overall profile of welding as a career and communicate to potential candidates the numerous opportunities that exist within the welding industry.
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Hector VillarrealGAWDA LIAISON COMMITTEE
Chair: Hector Villarreal of Weldcoa
Ensures synchronicity and harmonization between GAWDA, WEMCO, and other organizations/committees in the welding industry.

Dave Marquard TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE
Chair: Dave Marquard of IBEDA Superflash
Evaluates various electronic issues that relate to business and commerce within the welding industry.  This will include, but not limited to, web site issues, VMI, EDI, and others.