The NAFA Fleet Management Association announced 37 fleet professionals have earned their CAFM (certified automotive fleet manager) designation in the 2017-18 year, and 32 fleet professionals earned CAFS (certified automotive fleet specialist) designation.

The government fleet professionals who have earned CAFM designation are:

  • Jeff Bond, CAFM, fleet manager, North Texas Municipal Water District
  • Lindsey Casey, CAFM, fleet manager, Orange County Sheriff's Department, Calif.
  • Michael Cirks, CAFM, transportation operations supervisor 4, State of Minnesota
  • Levi Clark, CAFM, senior automotive engineer, Seattle City Light
  • Timothy Coxwell, CAFM, fleet management division director, Leon County Sheriff's Office, Fla.
  • Jason Davenport, CAFM, fleet coordinator, University of California at Merced
  • Shae Davies, CAFM, shop operations supervisor, City of Seattle
  • Rob DeMayo, CAFM, director of transportation services, Penn State University
  • Michael Duffy, CAFM, transportation operations & fleet manager, University of Virginia
  • Daniel Eden, CAFM, assistant fleet manager, University of Washington
  • Samuel Evans III, CAFM, fleet services manager, Georgia Institute of Technology
  • John Freuden, CAFM, fleet supervisor, City of Peoria, Ariz.
  • Bryan Hanks, CAFM, fleet manager, Thurston County, Wash.
  • Mark Kaligian, CAFM, assistant director, The University of Texas at Austin
  • Michael Keim, CAFM, crew leader, City of Sarasota, Fla.
  • Jacob Mahan, CAFM, City of Vancouver, Washington
  • Zachariah McLawhorn, CAFM, deputy director, State of North Carolina
  • Donald Chris Means, CAFM, fleet superintendent, City of Fort Worth, Texas
  • Steven Noble, CAFM, automotive crew chief, City of Cincinnati, Ohio
  • Carlos Osterroth, CAFM, fleet manager, City of Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada
  • Sharon Pine, CAFM, fleet program manager, Emory University
  • Donald Walker, CAFM, vehicle fleet manager, Ada County Sheriff's Office, Idaho
  • Joseph Williams, CAFM, supervisor, equipment services, City of Oakland, Calif.


The government fleet professionals who have earned CAFS designation are:

  • Robert Biller, CAFS, central fleet systems manager, Brevard County Board of County Commissioners
  • Matt Burgans, CAFS, fleet manager, County of Placer Sheriff's Office
  • Randy Collin, CAFS, fleet operations manager, City of Madera, Calif.
  • Charles Cramer, CAFS, director, City of Lynchburg, Va.
  • Frank Desousa, CAFS, senior equipment mechanic, City of Tracy, Calif.
  • Perry Dillon, CAFS, automotive maintenance manager, Anne Arundel County, Md.
  • Tyler Eisenschenk, CAFS, fleet mechanic, Stearns County, Ill.
  • Douglas Erwin, CAFS, fleet, motor pool & office administrator, Seattle City Light
  • Jonathan Ford, CAFS, fleet superintendent, City of Orlando
  • Nicole Hann, CAFS, fleet services manager, Washtenaw County, Mich.
  • Kurt Holland, CAFS, transportation operations supervisor 1, State of Minnesota
  • Lance Knudtson, CAFS, fleet supervisor, Chelan County, Wash.
  • Keith Leech Sr., CAFS, chief, fleet division & parking enterprise, County of Sacramento, Calif.
  • Shane Plaxton, CAFS, fleet & asset coordinator, County of Simcoe, Ontario, Canada
  • Chris Puddicombe, CAFS, fleet & asset coordinator, County of Simcoe, Ontario, Canada
  • Jeff Reader, CAFS, fleet maintenance coordinator, Alberta Energy Regulator, Canada
  • Tony Remige, CAFS, automotive fleet superintendent, City of Boca Raton, Fla.
  • Steven Riggs, CAFS, director, fleet services, City of Spokane, Wash.
  • Roy Scalf, CAFS, director, fleet services, Snohomish County, Wash.
  • Jack Tse, CAFS, paint & body shop supervisor, City of Seattle
  • Jerry Ward, CAFS, shop operation supervisor, City of Seattle

Related: NAFA Announces 40 CAFM Graduates

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