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New Executive Director Named for Rocky Mountain Fleet Management Association

February 8, 2006

DENVER – Effective Mar. 1, Karen Bloodworth will assume the position of executive director of the Rocky Mountain Fleet Management Association (RMFMA). She currently is the technical services program manager for the American Public Works Association. Her primary duties include guiding the organization to becoming the premier public fleet organization in the country. She replaces Joe O’Neill.Her past experience includes working with Oklahoma State University and the Equipment Maintenance Council. The RMFMA is currently celebrating its 30th year supporting public fleets.

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