Myers named George Nigh Executive of the Year
Five Oklahomans recently received honors for outstanding service to
their profession and for their support of
the Oklahoma Society of
Dean Myers, executive vice president of the Sheet Metal and
Conditioning Contractor's National Association of Oklahoma (SMACNA), was
awarded the group's highest
honor, The George Nigh Association Executive
of the Year.
The award is named for the former governor
who was the first president
of OSAE in 1963.
Myers thanked other association executives
for mentoring him when he
began his career.
"I am very honored to receive the George
Nigh Association Executive of
the Year Award," said Myers, "and I am proud to share the award with so
many association executives who have dedicated their careers to
association management and public service."
Myers graduated from Oklahoma State University with a Bachelor of
Science degree and a Master of
Science degree in Trade and Industrial
Myers is also executive vice president of the Oklahoma
Balancing Bureau and a Certified Manufacturing Technology Engineer.
congratulate all of our award winners," said Sheri Penner, CAE, OSAE
president and executive director of the
Oklahoma Society of Professional
Engineers. "We are inspired by their career achievements and their
OSAE, founded in 1963, provides continuing education and training to
of the state's trade associations, professional societies,
foundations, chambers of commerce, convention bureaus
Dean has recenty been named an APHA Professional Horseman