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ASHRAE Insights  June 2018

Kaoleem Aiken
26; Student Member ASHRAE; Tampa,
Fla.; joined ASHRAE in 2016.

Jerome R. Dickey, P.E.
80; Life Member ASHRAE; Montgomery, Ala.; joined ASHRAE in 1983.

Daniel N. Amero
Associate Member ASHRAE; Grande
Prairie, AB, Canada; joined ASHRAE in

James H. Faller
92; Life Member ASHRAE; Peterborough, N.H.; joined ASHRAE in 1968.

Jeremy Babilonia
49; Member ASHRAE; Windsor, Colo.;
joined ASHRAE in 2010.
Stipan Bagaric
61; Member ASHRAE; Mississauga,
ON, Canada; joined ASHRAE in 2003.
Lloyd Barnard Jr.
92; Fellow/Life Member ASHRAE;
Brookhaven, Ga.; joined ASHRAE in 1959.
He received the Distinguished 50-Year
Member Award in 2009.
William L. Beard Jr., P.E.
89; Life Member ASHRAE; Webster,
Texas; joined ASHRAE in 1972. He served
as the secretary for the ASHRAE Evansville
Chapter from 2005 to 2006. He won the
Chapter Service Award in 2007.
Hugh T. Boland
87; Life Member ASHRAE; Milwaukee,
Wis.; joined ASHRAE in 1968.
Gerard W. Brouwer
85; Life Member ASHRAE; South Africa; joined ASHRAE in 1968.
Francis J. Brown, P.E.
81; Life Member ASHRAE; St. Louis;
joined ASHRAE in 1970.
Robert H. Bushnell, Ph.D., P.E.
93; Life Member ASHRAE; Louisville,
Colo.; joined ASHRAE in 1977. He was the
chair and a member of TC 1.6, Terminology, and a member of TC 4.2, which was
called Weather Data and Weather Information when he was serving. He received the
Standards Achievement Award in 1999.
Douglas S. Cansdale
53; Member ASHRAE; Portland, Ore.;
joined ASHRAE in 2005.
Saul S. Chosky, P.E.
92; Life Member ASHRAE; Pittsburgh;
joined ASHRAE in 1962.
David P. Chyi, P.E.
73; Life Member ASHRAE; Maryland
Hts, Mo.; joined ASHRAE in 1970.
Robert J. Daly, P.E.
72; Life Member ASHRAE; Jersey City,
N.J.; joined ASHRAE in 1974. Daly served
as a chair, vice chair and Region I Regional
Vice Chair for the Student Activities Committee; a member on the Members Council;
and a Region I Alternate for the Nominating
Committee. He was awarded the Chapter
Service Award and the Regional Award of
Merit, both in 2008.
G. Roy Clark
70; Life Member ASHRAE; Lloydminster, SK, Canada; joined ASHRAE in 1979.
William E. Clark
89; Life Member ASHRAE; Syracuse,
N.Y.; joined ASHRAE in 1965.
William D. Cook
85; Life Member ASHRAE; Toledo,
Ohio; joined ASHRAE in 1963.

Emil E. Friberg, P.E.
83; Fellow/Life Member; Arlington,
Texas; joined ASHRAE in 1965.
He served as: member of the Professional Development Committee; an ALI
coordinator, program liaison, program
subcommittee chair and member for TC
6.2, District Energy; a program liaison for
TC 1.8, Mechanical Systems Insulation; a
program liaison for TC 7.5, Smart Building Systems; a program liaison for TC 4.1,
Load Calculation Data and Procedures; a
program liaison for TC 4.2, Climatic Information; member of TC 4.3, Ventilation
Requirements & Infiltration; a program
liaison for TC 4.4, Building Materials and
Building Envelope Performance; a program
liaison for TC 4.5, Fenestration; a program
liaison for TC 4.7, Energy Calculations; a
program liaison for TC 4.10, Indoor Environmental Monitoring; a program liaison
for TC 7.1, Integrated Building Design; a
program liaison for TC 4.6, Building Operation Dynamics; a program liaison for
TG 4.IBD, Integrated Building Design; a
program liaison for TG4.MSI; a member of
TC 4.12, Integrated Building Design; and a
producer on Guideline Project Committee
4-1993R, Preparation of Operating and
Maintenance Documentation for Building
He was awarded: the Chapter Service
Award in 2009; the Distinguished 50-Year
Member Award in 2017; the Distinguished
Service award in 1979; the Regional Award
of Merit in 1980; and the Crosby Field
Award in 1990.
George C. Frost, P.E.
90; Life Member ASHRAE; South
Glens Falls, N.Y.; joined ASHRAE in 1960.
Edmund Gelfand, P.E.
91; Life Member ASHRAE; Skokie, Ill.;
joined ASHRAE in 1965.
Patrick E. Hart
84; Life Member ASHRAE; West Des
Moines, Iowa; joined ASHRAE in 1966.
James D. Henderson, P.E.
88; Life Member ASHRAE; Edmonton,
AB, Canada; joined ASHRAE in 1968.
Prasanna V. Kadaba
86; Fellow/ Life Member ASHRAE;
Smyrna, Ga.; joined ASHRAE in 1974. He
was a member of TC 6.3, Central Forced
Air Heating and Cooling Systems.
Takuro Kikuchi, Ph.D.
39; Member ASHRAE; Boston; joined
ASHRAE in 2017.
Edward J. Kolsun, P.E.
89; Life Member ASHRAE; Conshohocken, Pa.; joined ASHRAE in 1970.
Daniel E. Kramer, P.E.
90; Fellow/Life Member ASHRAE;
Yardley, Pa.; joined ASHRAE in 1954.
Kramer was part of Technical Advisory
Committee to ISO/Technical Committee
86, Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning,
and its Panel 1, Safety and Environmental
Requirements for Refrigerating Systems.
He was awarded the Distinguished Service

Award in 1988 and the Distinguished 50year Member Award in 2004. Kramer wrote
a number of articles in ASHRAE Journal,
including "Why Not Propane?" in 1974.
He served on the following committees:
TC 8.4, Air-to-Refrigerant Heat Transfer
Equipment, as secretary and a member; TC
10.3, Refrigerant Piping; Standard Project
Committee 25-2001R, Methods of Testing
Forced Circulation Free-Delivery Unit
Coolers for Refrigeration; SPC 20-1997R,
Methods of Laboratory Testing Remote
Mechanical-Draft Air-Cooled Refrigerant
Condensers; TG10.MOC, Immiscible-Oil
Refrigerant Systems, also known as TC
10.10, as the chair, handbook subcommittee
chair, research subcommittee chair. He also
served as a member of: TC 1.7, Business,
Management & General Legal Education;
TC 10.5, Refrigerated Distribution and
Storage Facilities; andTC 4.5, Fenestration.
Edwin J. Kurek
95; Life Member ASHRAE; Monrovia,
Ind.; joined ASHRAE in 1949. He received
the 50-Year Member Award in 1998.

William L. McNamara, P.E.
85; Life Member ASHRAE; Fredericton,
N.B., Canada; joined ASHRAE in 1967.
Lew Milewski, P.E.
84; Life Member ASHRAE; Seminole,
Fla.; joined ASHRAE in 1979. He served
as a chair and a member of Standard Project
Committee 130P, Methods of Testing for
Rating Ducted Air Terminal Units; a member
of ISO/TC 86 Panel 6, which covered the
standardization in the fields of refrigeration
and air-conditioning; and as a member of
Guideline Project Committee 16P, Specifying Outside, Return and Relief Air Dampers
for Variable-Air-Volume Systems.
Chester W. Milligan, P.E.
89; Life Member ASHRAE; Greensboro, N.C.; joined ASHRAE in 1980.
Sigmund Mills, P.E.
84; Life Member ASHRAE; Freeport,
N.Y.; joined ASHRAE in 1967.

Billy Booth Lowrey, P.E.
80; Life Member ASHRAE; Sheridan,
Ark.; joined ASHRAE in 1968.

German Morales
79; Life Member ASHRAE; Pembroke
Pines, Fla.; joined ASHRAE in 1969. He
served as an international member for TC
6.9, Thermal Storage.

J. Robert Mance
90; Life Member ASHRAE; Ponte Vedra
Beach, Fla.; joined in 1957.

Robert E. Price
93; Life Member ASHRAE; Adrian,
Mich.; joined ASHRAE in 1968.

Samuel Manley
58; Member ASHRAE; Cleveland, Ohio;
joined ASHRAE in 1999.

Brij M. Puri, P.E.
86; Life Member ASHRAE; Shaumburg, Ill.; joined ASHRAE in 1978.

J. Brian McCann
84; Life Member ASHRAE; Mississauga, ON, Canada; joined ASHRAE in 1964.

James L. Rowell
91; Life Member ASHRAE; Helena,
Mont.; joined ASHRAE in 1982.

James E. McGlenn
87; Life Member ASHRAE; West Bend,
Wis.; joined ASHRAE in 1970.

F. William Rundquist
82; Life Member ASHRAE; Fenton,
Mo.; joined ASHRAE in 1977.

John L. McManus
99; Life Member ASHRAE; Jenkintown,
Pa.; joined in 1952.

Kevin J. Ryan
78; Life Member ASHRAE; Dublin,
Ireland; joined ASHRAE in 1967.

Making Tracks, Continued from Page 3

ence paper sessions, debates, forums, panels, seminars, technical paper sessions and
workshops. All in all, there were 108 slots
in total to be filled for Houston.
More than 200 programs were submitted
in hopes of making the 2018 ASHRAE Annual Conference program. Twenty sessions
are reserved conference paper sessions,
leaving 80-85 slots for the rest, Moreno said.
It takes months to sort through those
entries to determine what best fits into the
overall program. For the past few conferences, submissions have gone through a
double-blind review process from both CEC
and TAC volunteers, Moreno said. Reviewers score the papers, and the mean scores'
rank determines what makes the technical
Forums and debates receive favorable
review comments, Moreno said. She said
those typically draw in larger crowds and
have more opportunities for audience engagement.
Moreno said "the breadth and depth of
work that goes into coordinating all of these
details" has surprised her and has taught her
more about ASHRAE, especially its technical committees. Moreno's background is in
the grassroots side of the Society.
"It's given me a full exposure to how
much work is done on that side. It's allowed
me to see the full scope of ASHRAE and the
work that we do and how diverse the work
is," she said.

Usually a controls-focused track is offered at the annual conference. This year, the
"HVAC&R Control Freaks" track is a "catch
all" for anything related to controls that is not
analytics or Internet of Things, she said. The
track will focus on topics rankings from design innovations throughout the industry, the
latest in building integration and observation,
and troubleshooting the most common issues
occurring in building management systems.

Getting on the Right Tracks
Remaining tracks are determined based
on: input for technical committees, if the
tracks had been offered recently, the popularity of the tracks in the past, and if membership seems interested in the topic, she said.
"We look at historical data, what's been
represented and what hasn't been represented, where we need to diversify," she said.
Before the Houston conference's tracks
were finalized, Moreno said she asked the
Technical Activities Committee for suggestions. Based on feedback, the "HVAC&R
Analytics" track will be offered in Houston.
Moreno said the "HVAC & Resiliency:
Safeguarding Our World" track that will
be offered in Houston is connected to the
"Earth, Wind & Fire" track at the 2018
ASHRAE Winter Conference in Chicago.

The Selection Process
The technical program includes confer-


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