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Jennifer L. Justice-Haley
Jennifer Justice-Haley has been active in the collision repair industry for over twenty-three years. Jennifer has been a shop owner for the past two years. Ms. Haley has been involved with the Automotive Service Association of Ohio on legislative and insurance committees. She is a current Board member of the Women's Industry Network (WIN), a mentoring network group promoting women in the collision repair industry. Jennifer also serves on the Advisory Board for the auto body program at US Grant Joint Vocational School. She has two sons and resides in Clermont County.

Ronald A. Nagy
Ron Nagy is a second-generation shop owner. Ron and his brother purchased their first shop from their father in 1993. They opened a second location in 2005. Mr. Nagy is a 1996 graduate of the Automotive Management Institute. He holds an ASE Collision Master Tech certification, and has served on the Board of the Automotive Service Association at the local, state and national levels. Ron and his wife, Kristine, reside in Summit County.
Virginia Duncan
Virginia Duncan was appointed to the Board January 2, 2011 to fill the term of her late husband, Paul Duncan, Jr. She is the owner and operator of Duncan's Collision, Inc. in Boardman, Ohio. Virginia has been with the shop since 1988. Ms. Duncan is an active member of the state and national Automotive Service Association (ASA). She is also active in the Women's Industry Network (WIN), and the Elks Organization of Ashtabula. Virginia is a Shoplink Certified Estimator and is certified in ASE Damage Analysis & Estimating.
Paul Duncan
Paul Duncan, from Boardman, was appointed to the Board of Motor Vehicle Collision Repair Registration as a representative of collision repair operators, for a term expiring January 1, 2009. Paul is president and owner of Duncan's Collision Inc. He is a member of the Automotive Service Association (ASA), Better Business Bureau, and has served as a Board Delegate for the ASA, Youngstown Chapter, and serves on the ASA Legislative Committee.

Eric Poklar
Governor Taft appointed Eric Poklar to the Board of Motor Vehicle Collision Repair effective January 1, 2007. Eric will represent the public, and his term will run through January 1, 2010. Mr. Poklar is the Executive Director of the Ohio Crime Prevention Association based out of Dublin. He is a graduate of The Ohio State University, and has over ten years of public service experience. He and his wife and daughter reside in Powell.
Dean DeRolph
Dean DeRolph, from Lancaster, was appointed to the Board of Motor Vehicle Collision Repair as a representative of collision operators, for a term ending January 1, 2006. Dean is owner of Kumler Collision, a graduate of the Automotive Management Institute, and an ASE Master Collision/Refinishing Tech. Dean is a member of the Society of Collision Repair Specialists (SCRS), Automotive Service Association (ASA), and the National Autobody Council (NABC). He is also a Vice President of the Lancaster Chamber of Commerce and a past award winner of the Lancaster/Fairfield Chamber of Commerce Small Business of the Year.
Ralph Emus
Appointed by Governor Taft in 2001, to represent Mechanical Repair facility owners, Mr. Emus is the owner of Emus Automotive, of Conneaut, Ohio. In addition to being a member of ASA, he serves on numerous industry and charitable committees, and is especially active in the vocational education arena. Mr. Emus is a graduate of the Automotive Management Institute, Bedford, Texas and an ASE Certified Master Automobile Technician. Mr. Emus' term expires January 1, 2008.
Dennis Sterwerf
Dennis Sterwerf, from Fairfield, was appointed to the Board of Motor Vehicle Collision Repair as a representative of motor vehicle collision repair operators, for a term ending January 1, 2006. Mr. Sterwerf attended the Ohio College of Applied Sciences, is an Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Master Autobody and Paint Technician and an AMI Graduate. Mr. Sterwerf opened his business, Fairfield Auto Truck Service, Inc in 1980 and remains active on local school advisory boards and trade associations.
Nicholas Lahni
Nicholas Lahni, from Cincinnati, was appointed by Governor Bob Taft to the Board of Motor Vehicle Collision Repair Registration in 2006, as a representative of collision repair operators. Mr. Lahni is owner of Precision Auto Body, Inc. located in Cincinnati, a company he founded in 1984. Nicholas is a member of the Automotive Service Association (ASA), Delhi Riverview Kiwanis, Delhi Business Association,
and is active in his local community.
Barbara Lewis, Ph.D.
Barbara Lewis, from Westerville, was appointed to the Board of Motor Vehicle Collision Repair Registration, to represent the public by former Governor Voinovich and re-appointed by Governor Taft, for a term ending January 1, 2007. Dr. Lewis received her Ph.D. in Political Science from the Ohio State University. She formerly served as the auto analyst for the Ohio Department of Development. Dr. Lewis owns an independent political consulting firm and is a lecturer in political science at The Ohio State University.
Benjamin Williams
President and owner of Ben's Auto Body Specialists, Mr. Williams was appointed to the Board in 2001. Mr. Williams is a member of the Automotive Service Association ("ASA"), sits on the Advisory Committees of both the Cuyahoga Valley Career Center and the Max Hayes Vocational School. He is also a Board member of the Greater Cleveland Growth Association in addition to being Vice President of the Fairfax Business Association. Mr. Williams' term expires January 1, 2007.
David Weber, Vice Chairman
Mr. Weber is the owner of Weber's Body & Frame of West Alexandria, Ohio, a company he founded in 1982. Mr. Weber is also founding and still-active member of the former Dayton Area Autobody Owners Association, now known as the Ohio Collision Repair Association ("OCRA"). Mr. Weber has been and remains active in industry, local and statewide affairs, and particularly, consumer rights issues. Originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Mr. Weber's term expires January 1, 2007.
Michael A. Martin
Mike Martin, from Ontario, was appointed to the Board of Motor Vehicle Collision Repair Registration as a representative of collision repair operators. Mike's term runs from March 4, 2008 until January 1, 2011. Mike is a second-generation shop owner along with his wife Sue. Sue's father opened G & M Body & Paint Shop in October of 1956. Mike has worked at G & M Body & Paint Shop since 1984. Mike and Sue purchased the shop from Sue's father in January of 2004. Mike is a member of the Automotive Service Association (ASA), Ontario Growth Association, North Central Ohio Claims Association, and A+ Network of Sherwin Williams. Mike & Sue reside in Ontario, in Richland County. They have a son & daughter-in-law(and soon to be grandson), and a daughter.
Rick Finney
Rick Finney from Cadiz, was appointed to the Board of Motor Vehicle Collision Repair Registration, as a representative of motor vehicle collision repair operators, for a term ending January 1, 2008. He is the owner of Finney Automotive Incorporated, a collision repair facility in Cadiz.


I-CAR = Inner-Industry Conference on Auto Collision Repair, founded in 1979, is a not-for-profit, international training organization dedicated to improving the quality, safety and efficiency of auto collision repair, for the ultimate benefit of the consumer.

ASE = National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence

AMI = Automotive Management Institute

ASA = Automotive Service Association

Hall of Eagles, the collision industry's Hall of Fame, acknowledges and recognizes exceptional individuals who have displayed exemplary leadership and outstanding contribution toward the betterment of the collision industry
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