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AMi Announces Board of Trustees

Newly appointed Board of Trustee members will include Amy Mattinat, Auto Craftsmen, Montpelier, Vt., and Mike Schoonover, Schoonover Bodyworks & Glass, St. Paul, Minn.

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The Automotive Management Institute (AMi) and Automotive Service Association (ASA) have announced the newest members of AMi’s Board of Trustees.

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AMi’s current Board of Trustees members are Bill Haas, AAM, Haas Performance Consulting, Tyler, Texas; Darrell Amberson, AMAM, LaMettry’s Collision & Glass, Minneapolis, Minn., and Scott Brown, Diagnostic Network, Claremont, Calif.

Newly appointed Board of Trustee members will include Amy Mattinat, Auto Craftsmen, Montpelier, Vt., and Mike Schoonover, Schoonover Bodyworks & Glass, St. Paul, Minn.

ASA Executive Director Ray Fisher, AMAM, will assume the ASA president seat on the AMi Board of Trustees previously filled in an interim capacity by Tony Molla, ASA’s vice president of Industry Relations.

Former AMi trustee members included: Donny Seyfer, AMAM, executive director of NASTF, Wheat Ridge, Colo.; Gary Keyes, AMAM, of E&M Motors, Stuart, Fla.; Rex Dunn, Caliber Collision, Elmhurst, Ill.; and Sheri Hamilton, AMAM, executive director of the Midwest Auto Care Association, Gladstone, Mo., who served multiple terms.

“I want to thank these individuals for their years of service and dedication,” said Roy Schnepper, chairman of ASA. “They put in countless volunteer hours and personal efforts into the success that AMi has achieved these past few years. Their dedication and cooperation empowered the staff to develop a world-class learning portal providing more than 200 online courses via 24/7/365 access to educate both the collision and mechanical repair industries.”

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In addition, Schnepper said Jeff Peevy, AMAM, president/executive director of AMi, North Richland Hills, Texas, recently gained approval to host a Fiat Chrysler Automobiles program. He said that program could be an important steppingstone for the current and future employees of our industry.

In discussing the duties and responsibilities of the ASA Board of Directors, as written in the AMi Bylaws, Schnepper added, “We meet certain criteria to maintain continuity through a very well thought out set of bylaws. Those bylaws require us to maintain the interests of the automotive repair industry. I am proud that the ASA Board of Directors continued to do that with their choice of trustees. Our endless appreciation goes to all who served their terms to the fullest and to those who accepted the position to continue to maintain AMi on a positive road to success.”

AMi’s Board of Trustees will also be holding its annual board meeting May 2, 2019, in conjunction with ASA’s upcoming Annual Business Meeting & Conference at the Hurst Conference Center in the Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas community of Hurst.

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