Past Presidents

Past Presidents

Dale Flood

Dale Flood

AWS President 2018

TRI TOOL INC.
3041 Sunrise Blvd.
Rancho Cordova, CA 95742

floodAWS@tritool.com

flashflood@email.com

Dale Flood was elected president after serving four years as vice president of AWS. He also served as District 22 director and chaired the Sacramento Valley Section. He is currently a project manager, R&D, at Tri Tool Inc., as well as an active member of the Membership Committee, Education Scholarship Committee, and D10 Committee on Piping and Tubing.

John R. Bray

John R. Bray

AWS President 2017

Affiliated Machinery, Inc.
3008 South Main Street
Pearland, Texas 77581

sales@affiliatedmachinery.com

John Bray was elected president. He served four years as vice president of AWS and six years as District 18 director. He is currently president of Affiliated Machinery, Inc. He is a 27-year AWS member, an AWS Distinguished Member, and a Certified Welding Sales Representative. He also served 12 years on the Houston Section Board.

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