Russ Komline receives WWEMA Member Achievement Award

Russ Komline, president of Komline-Sanderson Engineering Corp. in Peapack, NJ, was presented the coveted James C. Morriss Member Achievement Award at the 98th Annual Meeting of the Water and Wastewater Equipment Manufacturers Association in San Diego. He served as WWEMA's chairman in 2000 and remains an active member of its board of directors. His company, which supplies process equipment and pumps to the water and wastewater industry, has been a member of WWEMA since 1952...

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WASHINGTON, DC, Nov. 20, 2006 -- Russ Komline, president of Komline-Sanderson Engineering Corp. in Peapack, NJ, was presented the coveted James C. Morriss Member Achievement Award at the 98th Annual Meeting of the Water and Wastewater Equipment Manufacturers Association in San Diego.

The award was created to recognize outstanding achievement in serving the interests of the Association.

"Russ embodies the meaning of this award and is very deserving of this recognition," said Chuck Miller, 2006 WWEMA Chairman. "His hard work and support of WWEMA has been and will be important for the continued growth of our Association."

The award was named in the memory of former WWEMA Chairman James Morriss who founded JCM Industries in 1976, a leading fitting manufacturer based in Nash, TX.

Russ Komline served as WWEMA's chairman in 2000 and remains an active member of its board of directors. His company, which supplies process equipment and pumps to the water and wastewater industry, has been a member of WWEMA since 1952.

Since 1908, WWEMA (www.wwema.org) has informed, educated and provided leadership on the issues that shape the future of the water and wastewater industry.

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Also see: "WWEMA announces 2007 officers, directors"

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