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Smith & Loveless President named next Vice Chairman of Water & Wastewater Equipment Manufacturer’s Association

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Smith & Loveless President named next Vice Chairman of Water & Wastewater Equipment Manufacturer’s Association

Frank J. Rebori, President of Smith & Loveless, Inc., was named Vice Chairman of the Water & Wastewater Equipment Manufacturer’s Association (WWEMA) at their 104th Annual Meeting last weekend in Las Vegas.

As Vice Chairman, his responsibilities include chairing the association’s strategic planning committee and overseeing its annual Washington Forum event.

Rebori has served on the WWEMA board of directors for three years. This past year he served in his first position on the executive committee as Treasurer. Smith & Loveless has been a member company of WWEMA for more than 50 years.

Rebori succeeded Robert L. Rebori, his father, as the sixth president of Smith & Loveless in December 2008.

About WWEMA

The Water and Wastewater Equipment Manufacturers Association (WWEMA) is a non-profit organization that has safeguarded and promoted the interests of its members since 1908. Its mission is to inform, educate and provide leadership on issues, which affect the worldwide water and wastewater equipment industry.

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