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Former NAFA Head Retires From Hewlett-Packard Canada

August 29, 2002

Former National Association of Fleet Administrators (NAFA) President David Ogilvie has accepted an early retirement incentive from Hewlett-Packard in Canada, where he has served for 26 years. He plans to remain active in NAFA and the NAFA Foundation, while providing consulting to fleets with Course Capital Consulting, Ltd. He will retire from H-P on August 30. David was NAFA President from 1997-99, following years of service on national leadership groups and with the Ontario Chapter.
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