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Distinguished 50-Year Member Award Recipients
Mr. Norman A. Buckley - 1996
Mr. Leonard J. O'Dell - 2005
Mr. Charles R. Knights - 2011


Distinguished Service Award Recipients
Mr. Norman A. Buckley - 1988
Dr. D.F. Huttenlocher - 1994
Mr. Charles R. Knights - 1996
Mr. Leonard J. O'Dell - 2003
Mr. Larry J. Fisher - 2003
Mr. Matt R. Hargan – 2004

 
Chapter Service Award Recipients
Mr. Matt R. Hargan – 2000
Mr. Leonard J. O'Dell – 2001
Mr. Edward A. Dusch – 2006
Mr. Luke A. Powell – 2011
Mr. Julian Donahue, Jr. – 2011
Mr. Larry J. Fisher - 2012
Mr. Jefferey M. Murphy - 2012
Mr. Kenneth C. Peet - 2012


Regional Award of Merit Recipients
Mr. Charles R. Knights – 1986
Mr. James L. Schulze, Sr. – 1988
Mr. James D. Walsh – 1988
Mr. Matt R. Hargan – 1998
Mr. Leonard J. O'Dell – 2002
Mr. Kenneth C. Peet - 2002
Mr. Edward A. Dusch - 2012


ASHRAE Fellow Recipients
Mr. Frank Faust (Presidential Member) -
Mr. Robert Logsdon - 1954
Mr. James May (Presidential Member) - 1968
Mr. Joseph Pictsch - 1977
Mr. Leonard O’Dell - 1990
Mr. Raymond Thornton - 1990
Mr. Matt Hargan - 1995
Mr. James Schulze - 1998

Other Honors Recipients
Mr. Leonard J. O'Dell – ASHRAE Symposium Paper – 1988
Mr. Curtis R. Slayton, PE – Fellow Award – 2008


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Breaking News

Louisville ASHRAE October Chapter Meeting (Virtual)
   
 
Louisville ASHRAE October Chapter Meeting (Virtual)

Wednesday, October 21, 2020
 
Please join us for the third chapter meeting of the 2020-2021 ASHRAE year!

This chapter meeting will be held virtually

Topic: Answers to the Biggest Questions About Aerosols, COVID-19 & HVAC Systems

On September 18th, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) appeared to acknowledge that coronavirus could be spread by aerosols. It posted guidance on its website listing aerosols among the ways the virus spreads and saying there was growing evidence the airborne particles can remain suspended and travel beyond 6 feet. But three days later, that guidance was gone. A note in its place said a draft had been posted in error and that the CDC was still working on the update. For several months now, science has backed up the claim that COVID-19 can and does spread through aerosols. 

Once the CDC, the WHO and other governing bodies acknowledge this, how will it effect our industry?
In this webinar, we will cover general questions about aerosols, their ability to transmit COVID-19, and ways to protect building occupants from aerosol transmission. The roles ventilation, filtration, and HVAC systems play in aerosol movement and transmission will also be discussed.

Presenter: Luke Powell, WELL AP, LEED AP, Vice President Air Equipment Company

Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Cost: $15

(1) PDH will be available

Registration Link: http://www.louisvilleashrae.com/default.asp?q_areaprimaryid=3&q_areasecondaryid=0&q_areatertiaryid=0&q_eventid=179

Registration Deadline:
 10/21 at 9:00 AM

A link to join the webinar will be sent out on the morning of 10/21

Please contact info@louisvilleashrae.com if you have any questions
 

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