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Master Lumbermen Nominations Due By September 30th

Sep 11, 2017, 09:32 AM by wwpa admin2
September 8, 2017

WWPA is now seeking nominations for the 2018 Master Lumberman honors, presented at the Association's annual meeting to be held in conjunction with NAWLA's Leadership Summit April 8-11, 2018 at the Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort & Spa in Austin, TX. Master Lumberman is the industry's highest career achievement recognition for lumber manufacturing and quality control employees working in Western sawmills.

Member companies have until September 30, 2017 to submit Master Lumberman nominations to WWPA. WWPA's Master Lumbermen subcommittee will review nominations and select those individuals who meet the criteria.

The award recognizes outstanding lumber grading and quality control professionals who have contributed to their companies and the Western lumber industry. Candidates must be nominated by his or her company, be a WWPA Certified Grader for at least 20 years, have extensive experience in all levels of lumber manufacturing and hold supervisory responsibilities within their company. Out of the thousands of industry employees working at Western mills, only a select few have achieved Master Lumberman status. Since the program began in 1969, only 401 quality control professionals have received the coveted honor.

Nomination letters, which should include background information on each candidate's experiences and qualifications, can be sent directly to WWPA Quality Standards Director, Russ Tuvey. For questions on the award, contact Russ at 503-306-3478 or rtuvey@wwpa.org.

Master Lumbermen Nominations Due By September 30th

Sep 11, 2017, 09:32 AM by wwpa admin2
September 8, 2017

WWPA is now seeking nominations for the 2018 Master Lumberman honors, presented at the Association's annual meeting to be held in conjunction with NAWLA's Leadership Summit April 8-11, 2018 at the Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort & Spa in Austin, TX. Master Lumberman is the industry's highest career achievement recognition for lumber manufacturing and quality control employees working in Western sawmills.

Member companies have until September 30, 2017 to submit Master Lumberman nominations to WWPA. WWPA's Master Lumbermen subcommittee will review nominations and select those individuals who meet the criteria.

The award recognizes outstanding lumber grading and quality control professionals who have contributed to their companies and the Western lumber industry. Candidates must be nominated by his or her company, be a WWPA Certified Grader for at least 20 years, have extensive experience in all levels of lumber manufacturing and hold supervisory responsibilities within their company. Out of the thousands of industry employees working at Western mills, only a select few have achieved Master Lumberman status. Since the program began in 1969, only 401 quality control professionals have received the coveted honor.

Nomination letters, which should include background information on each candidate's experiences and qualifications, can be sent directly to WWPA Quality Standards Director, Russ Tuvey. For questions on the award, contact Russ at 503-306-3478 or rtuvey@wwpa.org.

Master Lumbermen Nominations Due By September 30th

Sep 11, 2017, 09:32 AM by wwpa admin2
September 8, 2017

WWPA is now seeking nominations for the 2018 Master Lumberman honors, presented at the Association's annual meeting to be held in conjunction with NAWLA's Leadership Summit April 8-11, 2018 at the Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort & Spa in Austin, TX. Master Lumberman is the industry's highest career achievement recognition for lumber manufacturing and quality control employees working in Western sawmills.

Member companies have until September 30, 2017 to submit Master Lumberman nominations to WWPA. WWPA's Master Lumbermen subcommittee will review nominations and select those individuals who meet the criteria.

The award recognizes outstanding lumber grading and quality control professionals who have contributed to their companies and the Western lumber industry. Candidates must be nominated by his or her company, be a WWPA Certified Grader for at least 20 years, have extensive experience in all levels of lumber manufacturing and hold supervisory responsibilities within their company. Out of the thousands of industry employees working at Western mills, only a select few have achieved Master Lumberman status. Since the program began in 1969, only 401 quality control professionals have received the coveted honor.

Nomination letters, which should include background information on each candidate's experiences and qualifications, can be sent directly to WWPA Quality Standards Director, Russ Tuvey. For questions on the award, contact Russ at 503-306-3478 or rtuvey@wwpa.org.

Master Lumbermen Nominations Due By September 30th

Sep 11, 2017, 09:32 AM by wwpa admin2
September 8, 2017

WWPA is now seeking nominations for the 2018 Master Lumberman honors, presented at the Association's annual meeting to be held in conjunction with NAWLA's Leadership Summit April 8-11, 2018 at the Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort & Spa in Austin, TX. Master Lumberman is the industry's highest career achievement recognition for lumber manufacturing and quality control employees working in Western sawmills.

Member companies have until September 30, 2017 to submit Master Lumberman nominations to WWPA. WWPA's Master Lumbermen subcommittee will review nominations and select those individuals who meet the criteria.

The award recognizes outstanding lumber grading and quality control professionals who have contributed to their companies and the Western lumber industry. Candidates must be nominated by his or her company, be a WWPA Certified Grader for at least 20 years, have extensive experience in all levels of lumber manufacturing and hold supervisory responsibilities within their company. Out of the thousands of industry employees working at Western mills, only a select few have achieved Master Lumberman status. Since the program began in 1969, only 401 quality control professionals have received the coveted honor.

Nomination letters, which should include background information on each candidate's experiences and qualifications, can be sent directly to WWPA Quality Standards Director, Russ Tuvey. For questions on the award, contact Russ at 503-306-3478 or rtuvey@wwpa.org.

Master Lumbermen Nominations Due By September 30th

Sep 11, 2017, 09:32 AM by wwpa admin2
September 8, 2017

WWPA is now seeking nominations for the 2018 Master Lumberman honors, presented at the Association's annual meeting to be held in conjunction with NAWLA's Leadership Summit April 8-11, 2018 at the Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort & Spa in Austin, TX. Master Lumberman is the industry's highest career achievement recognition for lumber manufacturing and quality control employees working in Western sawmills.

Member companies have until September 30, 2017 to submit Master Lumberman nominations to WWPA. WWPA's Master Lumbermen subcommittee will review nominations and select those individuals who meet the criteria.

The award recognizes outstanding lumber grading and quality control professionals who have contributed to their companies and the Western lumber industry. Candidates must be nominated by his or her company, be a WWPA Certified Grader for at least 20 years, have extensive experience in all levels of lumber manufacturing and hold supervisory responsibilities within their company. Out of the thousands of industry employees working at Western mills, only a select few have achieved Master Lumberman status. Since the program began in 1969, only 401 quality control professionals have received the coveted honor.

Nomination letters, which should include background information on each candidate's experiences and qualifications, can be sent directly to WWPA Quality Standards Director, Russ Tuvey. For questions on the award, contact Russ at 503-306-3478 or rtuvey@wwpa.org.

Master Lumbermen Nominations Due By September 30th

Sep 11, 2017, 09:32 AM by wwpa admin2
September 8, 2017

WWPA is now seeking nominations for the 2018 Master Lumberman honors, presented at the Association's annual meeting to be held in conjunction with NAWLA's Leadership Summit April 8-11, 2018 at the Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort & Spa in Austin, TX. Master Lumberman is the industry's highest career achievement recognition for lumber manufacturing and quality control employees working in Western sawmills.

Member companies have until September 30, 2017 to submit Master Lumberman nominations to WWPA. WWPA's Master Lumbermen subcommittee will review nominations and select those individuals who meet the criteria.

The award recognizes outstanding lumber grading and quality control professionals who have contributed to their companies and the Western lumber industry. Candidates must be nominated by his or her company, be a WWPA Certified Grader for at least 20 years, have extensive experience in all levels of lumber manufacturing and hold supervisory responsibilities within their company. Out of the thousands of industry employees working at Western mills, only a select few have achieved Master Lumberman status. Since the program began in 1969, only 401 quality control professionals have received the coveted honor.

Nomination letters, which should include background information on each candidate's experiences and qualifications, can be sent directly to WWPA Quality Standards Director, Russ Tuvey. For questions on the award, contact Russ at 503-306-3478 or rtuvey@wwpa.org.

Master Lumbermen Nominations Due By September 30th

Sep 11, 2017, 09:32 AM by wwpa admin2
September 8, 2017

WWPA is now seeking nominations for the 2018 Master Lumberman honors, presented at the Association's annual meeting to be held in conjunction with NAWLA's Leadership Summit April 8-11, 2018 at the Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort & Spa in Austin, TX. Master Lumberman is the industry's highest career achievement recognition for lumber manufacturing and quality control employees working in Western sawmills.

Member companies have until September 30, 2017 to submit Master Lumberman nominations to WWPA. WWPA's Master Lumbermen subcommittee will review nominations and select those individuals who meet the criteria.

The award recognizes outstanding lumber grading and quality control professionals who have contributed to their companies and the Western lumber industry. Candidates must be nominated by his or her company, be a WWPA Certified Grader for at least 20 years, have extensive experience in all levels of lumber manufacturing and hold supervisory responsibilities within their company. Out of the thousands of industry employees working at Western mills, only a select few have achieved Master Lumberman status. Since the program began in 1969, only 401 quality control professionals have received the coveted honor.

Nomination letters, which should include background information on each candidate's experiences and qualifications, can be sent directly to WWPA Quality Standards Director, Russ Tuvey. For questions on the award, contact Russ at 503-306-3478 or rtuvey@wwpa.org.

Master Lumbermen Nominations Due By September 30th

Sep 11, 2017, 09:32 AM by wwpa admin2
September 8, 2017

WWPA is now seeking nominations for the 2018 Master Lumberman honors, presented at the Association's annual meeting to be held in conjunction with NAWLA's Leadership Summit April 8-11, 2018 at the Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort & Spa in Austin, TX. Master Lumberman is the industry's highest career achievement recognition for lumber manufacturing and quality control employees working in Western sawmills.

Member companies have until September 30, 2017 to submit Master Lumberman nominations to WWPA. WWPA's Master Lumbermen subcommittee will review nominations and select those individuals who meet the criteria.

The award recognizes outstanding lumber grading and quality control professionals who have contributed to their companies and the Western lumber industry. Candidates must be nominated by his or her company, be a WWPA Certified Grader for at least 20 years, have extensive experience in all levels of lumber manufacturing and hold supervisory responsibilities within their company. Out of the thousands of industry employees working at Western mills, only a select few have achieved Master Lumberman status. Since the program began in 1969, only 401 quality control professionals have received the coveted honor.

Nomination letters, which should include background information on each candidate's experiences and qualifications, can be sent directly to WWPA Quality Standards Director, Russ Tuvey. For questions on the award, contact Russ at 503-306-3478 or rtuvey@wwpa.org.

Master Lumbermen Nominations Due By September 30th

Sep 11, 2017, 09:32 AM by wwpa admin2
September 8, 2017

WWPA is now seeking nominations for the 2018 Master Lumberman honors, presented at the Association's annual meeting to be held in conjunction with NAWLA's Leadership Summit April 8-11, 2018 at the Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort & Spa in Austin, TX. Master Lumberman is the industry's highest career achievement recognition for lumber manufacturing and quality control employees working in Western sawmills.

Member companies have until September 30, 2017 to submit Master Lumberman nominations to WWPA. WWPA's Master Lumbermen subcommittee will review nominations and select those individuals who meet the criteria.

The award recognizes outstanding lumber grading and quality control professionals who have contributed to their companies and the Western lumber industry. Candidates must be nominated by his or her company, be a WWPA Certified Grader for at least 20 years, have extensive experience in all levels of lumber manufacturing and hold supervisory responsibilities within their company. Out of the thousands of industry employees working at Western mills, only a select few have achieved Master Lumberman status. Since the program began in 1969, only 401 quality control professionals have received the coveted honor.

Nomination letters, which should include background information on each candidate's experiences and qualifications, can be sent directly to WWPA Quality Standards Director, Russ Tuvey. For questions on the award, contact Russ at 503-306-3478 or rtuvey@wwpa.org.

Master Lumbermen Nominations Due By September 30th

Sep 11, 2017, 09:32 AM by wwpa admin2
September 8, 2017

WWPA is now seeking nominations for the 2018 Master Lumberman honors, presented at the Association's annual meeting to be held in conjunction with NAWLA's Leadership Summit April 8-11, 2018 at the Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort & Spa in Austin, TX. Master Lumberman is the industry's highest career achievement recognition for lumber manufacturing and quality control employees working in Western sawmills.

Member companies have until September 30, 2017 to submit Master Lumberman nominations to WWPA. WWPA's Master Lumbermen subcommittee will review nominations and select those individuals who meet the criteria.

The award recognizes outstanding lumber grading and quality control professionals who have contributed to their companies and the Western lumber industry. Candidates must be nominated by his or her company, be a WWPA Certified Grader for at least 20 years, have extensive experience in all levels of lumber manufacturing and hold supervisory responsibilities within their company. Out of the thousands of industry employees working at Western mills, only a select few have achieved Master Lumberman status. Since the program began in 1969, only 401 quality control professionals have received the coveted honor.

Nomination letters, which should include background information on each candidate's experiences and qualifications, can be sent directly to WWPA Quality Standards Director, Russ Tuvey. For questions on the award, contact Russ at 503-306-3478 or rtuvey@wwpa.org.

Master Lumbermen Nominations Due By September 30th

September 8, 2017

WWPA is now seeking nominations for the 2018 Master Lumberman honors, presented at the Association's annual meeting to be held in conjunction with NAWLA's Leadership Summit April 8-11, 2018 at the Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort & Spa in Austin, TX. Master Lumberman is the industry's highest career achievement recognition for lumber manufacturing and quality control employees working in Western sawmills.

Member companies have until September 30, 2017 to submit Master Lumberman nominations to WWPA. WWPA's Master Lumbermen subcommittee will review nominations and select those individuals who meet the criteria.

The award recognizes outstanding lumber grading and quality control professionals who have contributed to their companies and the Western lumber industry. Candidates must be nominated by his or her company, be a WWPA Certified Grader for at least 20 years, have extensive experience in all levels of lumber manufacturing and hold supervisory responsibilities within their company. Out of the thousands of industry employees working at Western mills, only a select few have achieved Master Lumberman status. Since the program began in 1969, only 401 quality control professionals have received the coveted honor.

Nomination letters, which should include background information on each candidate's experiences and qualifications, can be sent directly to WWPA Quality Standards Director, Russ Tuvey. For questions on the award, contact Russ at 503-306-3478 or rtuvey@wwpa.org.


Master Lumbermen Nominations Due By September 30th

Sep 11, 2017, 09:32 AM by wwpa admin2
September 8, 2017

WWPA is now seeking nominations for the 2018 Master Lumberman honors, presented at the Association's annual meeting to be held in conjunction with NAWLA's Leadership Summit April 8-11, 2018 at the Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort & Spa in Austin, TX. Master Lumberman is the industry's highest career achievement recognition for lumber manufacturing and quality control employees working in Western sawmills.

Member companies have until September 30, 2017 to submit Master Lumberman nominations to WWPA. WWPA's Master Lumbermen subcommittee will review nominations and select those individuals who meet the criteria.

The award recognizes outstanding lumber grading and quality control professionals who have contributed to their companies and the Western lumber industry. Candidates must be nominated by his or her company, be a WWPA Certified Grader for at least 20 years, have extensive experience in all levels of lumber manufacturing and hold supervisory responsibilities within their company. Out of the thousands of industry employees working at Western mills, only a select few have achieved Master Lumberman status. Since the program began in 1969, only 401 quality control professionals have received the coveted honor.

Nomination letters, which should include background information on each candidate's experiences and qualifications, can be sent directly to WWPA Quality Standards Director, Russ Tuvey. For questions on the award, contact Russ at 503-306-3478 or rtuvey@wwpa.org.