David Buxton / 1990-1991
Upon graduation from Oklahoma State University, David went to work for Butler Associates, Inc. in Tulsa. In 1980, David joined the staff of Murray-Jones-Murray Engineers, which is now known as Consulting Engineers, Mechanical, Electrical, Energy Consultants, Inc.
Dan Moffet / 1991-1992
Dan grew up in Jenks Oklahoma, then attended Wichita State Universityand graduated with a BSME in 1984. He joined Johnson Controls as aSales Engineer. In 1995 he joined Controls Systems International(Schneider Electric) where he is still employed. Dan joined ASHRAEin 1985 and while serving as president the chapter grew to over 187and the current yellow badges for past president was started.
John Evans / 1992-1993
John is a native Tulsan, graduating from Tulsa Central High School, and attending Oklahoma State University. He started his HVAC career with The John Zink Company, working nationally with their sales representatives in 1973. He worked for the O’Connor Company until 1986 and then went to work for AES of Tulsa (Carrier Air Conditioning Distributor) AES was bought out by Carrier and John is now the Commercial Sales Manager for the Tulsa branch.
Ron Huntley / 1993-1994
Ron grew up in Tulsa, graduating from the University of Tulsa with a BABA and BSAS. He served four years in the USAF as a Launch Officer on a Minuteman Missile Crew after college and was released from active duty as a Captain. He began his HVAC career in 1980 working as a Territory Manager for a major manufacturer of heating and air conditioning equipment. Ron joined PSO in 1986 as a Commercial Marketing Consultant. Ron was awarded the Golden Gavel.
Terry Rowe / 1994-1995
Terry was discharged from the US Army in 1971 and went to work for ONG. After completing his education he was transferred to Woodward in the early 80’s as an Area Marketing Manager. In 1986 he came back to the Tulsa office working for Chuck Callahan. Terry retired from ONG in 1997 and went to work for CSI, which is now Schneider Electric. Terry also retired from the US Army Reserve at the rank of Major.
Howard Godfrey / 1995-1996
Howard was owner of G & G Controls for many years representing several control items. Howard was a long time member of the NEOK chapter.
Mark / 1996-1997
Mark worked for a short period at Honeywell as a Performance Contracting Engineer (6 years) then an even shorter period at St. John Hospital in Tulsa. In 1999 Mark took a position as a Regional Manager with the Asset Services Division of CBRE where he managed building operations in a 14 state region. Mark then moved to the Global Corporate Services Division of CBRE as an Energy Engineer doing energy audits throughout North America. Mark took a positon as Vice President with Cenergistic, an energy conservation firm in Dallas. Mark has been a member of ASHRAE throughout his career serving as Secretary in 1994 President Elect in 1995 and as President of the NEOK chapter in 1996 when the NEOK chapter won the Region VIII Golden Gavel award.
Mary Bowers / 1997-1998
Mary started her HVAC career with R&B Equipment Co. in 1980. She opened the Tulsa office of R L Williams in 1989, and later worked for Tulsaire Supply. John Oliver persuaded Mary to join the Tulsa branch of Airetech in 1995, working her way up to branch manager. Mary joined ASHRAE in 1989. When Mary moved up as a chapter officer, her year as president NEOK won the newsletter award at CRC and again the next three years. Mary served as one of CRC Newsletter judges. She has been very active in our chapter until her retirement.
Gene Redford / 1998-1999
Gene joined ASHRAE in January 1968 while working for Jack Tumilty with Collins Engineering Co. He worked for Collins Engineering from 1962 to 1973 and joined Natkin Co. as a project manager. In 1979 Gene joined Natkin Service where he stayed until 1994. He rejoined Natkin Service as District Service Manager until York took over all of the Natkin Service branches, and he retired in 2005. In 2007 Gene went back to work and joined McIntosh Service as an Account Manager. Gene has been involved in the NEOK chapter in many positions over the last 47 years. He received the chapter service award and was awarded the Golden Gavel. Gene has been the chapter historian since 2009.
Keith Browne / 1999-2000
Keith graduated from University of Missouri-Rolla in 1971 with a MSME. After starting his engineering career in Kansas City, Keith and his wife Debbie moved to Tulsa in 1977 where he soon became a principal in the firm Lee & Browne Consulting Engineers. After 25 years with L&B he founded Browne Consulting Engineers to specialize in central plant design. He has served in many capacities in ASHRAE and has been awarded the Golden Gavel, the Regional Award of Merit and Chapter Service Award. Keith was instrumental in starting the Jack Tumilty Scholarship for high school seniors interested in mechanical engineering. He also initiated the awarding of PDH certificates at chapter meetings and started the tradition of beginning each chapter meeting with the Pledge of Allegiance.
Last updated: March, 2016