Product manager receives ASHRAE Exceptional Service Award

Danfoss' Mark Hegberg received the award for faithful service and exemplary effort.

07/15/2009


Danfoss product manager Mark Hegberg received the Exceptional Service Award from ASHRAE during the society's annual meeting June 20-24 in Louisville, Ky.

"It's nice to receive the recognition of your peers for service to the society," said Hegberg. "At some point, as you continue to grow professionally, you begin to give back, and that's what I've tried to do. My hope is that what we do in the society is helping people and inspiring them to do the same for others."

The award recognizes ASHRAE members who have served the organization faithfully and with exemplary effort. Eligible candidates must be a full-grade member for a minimum of 10 years and score a minimum of 45 service points on the tally form required with each nomination submittal. In addition, they must have received the Society's Distinguished Service Award. Hegberg was one of five award recipients.





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