The Water Environment Federation (WEF) announced 12 members as the 2014 WEF Fellows recipients. This designation recognizes members’ achievements, stature and contributions in the water profession.
The WEF Fellow Recognition Program underscores WEF’s reputation as a water quality resource, which is due in large part to the expertise of its diverse membership. WEF Fellows are recognized in various areas of expertise including, but not limited to design, education, operations, regulation, research, utility management and leadership.
The 2014 WEF Fellows will be recognized during WEFTEC 2014, WEF’s 87th annual technical exhibition and conference to be held in New Orleans, Sept. 27 to Oct. 1.
2014 WEF Fellow Recipients
Professional Category: Consulting Engineering
- • Matt Bond — Dallas, Texas
- • William Dee — White Plains, N.Y.
Professional Category: Education/Consulting Engineering
- • Enos L. Stover — Stillwater, Okla.
Professional Category: Education/Research
- • C.P. Leslie Grady, Jr. — Harrisonburg, Va.
- • Kenneth D. Kerri — Sacramento, Calif.
- • Richard Speece — Nashville, Tenn.
- • Peter Vanrolleghem — Québec, Canada
Professional Category: Engineering Design
- • R. Rhodes Trussell — Pasadena, Calif.
Professional Category: Operations
- • David A. Hofer — Newark, Del.
Professional Category: Regulatory Agency/Consulting Engineering
- • James Crook — Norwell, Mass.
Professional Category: Utility Engineering/Management
- • John Hart — Saco, Maine
Professional Category: Utility Management
- • G. David Waltrip — Virginia Beach, Va.
Source: Water Environment Federation