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Committee Chair Memo ASA Publications Committee By Ted Sofis I would be remiss if I didn’t take a moment often take a few moments to e-mail me and let me know that to say something about two of our ASA he liked my comments. Pete was a genuinely good guy, who members—Pete Tatnall and Ed Brady— was always glad to share information and help in any way who recently passed away. Pete Tatnall was he could. He was the kind of guy who wanted others to the second President of the American become involved. Shotcrete Association (ASA) and Ed Brady Ed Brady was the consummate gentleman, and he would was an ASA Board member, an ACI always take an extra few minutes to be cordial. You couldn’t Nozzleman Examiner, and an extremely help but like Ed. He was as sincere and honest as they come. active participant in several ASA committees. Both men cared Ed too was highly involved in ASA. He served on our Board deeply for ASA, and I considered them to be not only of Directors and on several committees. In addition to colleagues but also good friends. conducting ACI certification sessions, I worked with Ed on When I first joined ASA, Pete welcomed me into the many occasions and our respect for each other was mutual. association and was always positive, encouraging me to Ed Brady and Pete Tatnall contributed greatly to the become more involved. When I responded to shotcrete- development and growth of ASA. They will be greatly missed related technical questions in our question forum, he would by all of us in the industry. Have an idea for an article topic? Send in your thoughts and comments for a Would you like to see an chance to be heard! issue addressed? info@shotcrete.org & 4 Shotcrete • Summer 2013


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