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NAFA's CAFM Class of 2005 Honored at FMI-LEG

May 30, 2006

ISELIN, NJ – At the recent FMI-LEG Conference & Expo, the National Association of Fleet Administrators, Inc. (NAFA) honored 13 individuals who completed the rigorous Certified Automotive Fleet Manager (CAFM) program. The course, which must be completed within three years, consists of seven curriculum modules: asset management, business management, financial management, fleet information management, maintenance management, risk management, and vehicle fuel management.The graduates in the CAFM Class of 2005 are: Michael Atkinson, Montgomery County Md.; Patrick Bartole, New Jersey City University; Kenneth Bernard, City of Roanoke Va.; Robert Charette, Town of Groton Conn.; Carol Davis, Advance Auto Parts; Robert Elllingsworth, State of Minnesota DOT; Irene Grant, City of Abilene, Texas; Bill Hall, Canada Post Corp.; Gary Horwald, City of Santa Barbara Calif.; James Schwab, City of Cincinnati Ohio; Matthew Stewart, Forest Preserve District of DuPage County Ill.; Diane Watkins, City of Cincinnati Ohio; and David “Scott” Watts, Samson Investment Co.The mission of the CAFM program is to foster professional education through a curriculum that features the important elements of effective automotive fleet management. It also identifies people with exceptional knowledge of the practices and principles necessary for effective management of an automotive fleet.
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