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NAFA Fleet Management Association

NAFA is a not-for-profit association for professionals who manage fleets of sedans, public safety vehicles, trucks, and buses of all types and sizes, and a wide range of military and off-road equipment for organizations across the globe. NAFA provides its members with statistical research, publications, regional chapter meetings, government representation, seminars, online information, and an annual Institute & Expo.

 The list of past presidents of NAFA includes:

1957-1958   John Limpert 
 1958-1959   Frank Luzzo
 1959-1960   Charles Whitaker
 1960-1961   Emil Ames
 1961-1962   Lee A. Westberg
 1962-1963   Walter H. Langseder
 1963-1964   C.E. Fenger
 1964-1965   Robert H. Stirling
 1965-1967   B.L. Groser
 1967-1969   Clarence G. O'Dell
 1969-1971   A.J. Cavalli
 1971-1973   J.A. Latimer
 1973-1975   D.W. Callum
 1975-1977   Richard A. Beltz
 1977-1979   Ray L. Breault
 1979-1981   A. Warren Feirer
 1981-1983   Robert E. Davis
 1983-1985   Patrick J. Sheehan
 1985-1987   Helen Bland
 1987-1989   Frank W. Kraus
 1989-1991   J. Paul Hubbard
 1991-1993   Gordon B. West
 1993-1995   Patsy Brownson, CAFM
 1995-1997   Jim Anselmi
 1997-1999   David Ogilvie
 1999-2001   Sal Giacchi, CFM/CAFM
 2001-2003       David Robertson, CAFM    
 2003-2005   Milton Reid
 2005-2007   Charles Gibbens
 2007-2009   Gayle Pratt

 

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