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McCorkill Jr. Receives Third Fleet Management Certification

June 28, 2005

LYNCHBURG, VA — John McCorkhill, Jr., fleet director for the city of Lynchburg, recently received a third fleet management certification. He currently holds a certified fleet manager (CFM) certification from the Wharton School of Business, a certified automotive fleet manager (CAFM) certification from the National Association of Fleet Administrators (NAFA), and, now, a certified equipment manager (CEM).The CEM program is sponsored by the Association of Equipment Management Professionals, formed in 1980 to advance heavy-duty and specialized equipment management as a career.
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