Note from RMMI President
The following is a letter sent by the President of the Rocky Mountain Masonry Institute (RMMI):
After nearly 10 years at the helm of [RMMI], Ann Wolter has notified me that she will be leaving her post at the end of this year. Ann's father is terminally ill, and she wants to spend more time with him before moving on to her next challenge.
I am very sad that we will be losing Ann, but grateful to her for leaving RMMI a much stronger association than it was when she arrived in 1995. Her energy and passion have elevated the importance of masonry and the reputation of RMMI throughout the design and construction industries. We will miss her, but the important programs and initiatives she created will continue.
In the [first of November], the RMMI Executive Committee, along with Ann and her capable staff, will draft RMMI's 2005 Plan of Work and a strategy for hiring our new Executive Director. The Board of Directors will meet in mid-November to refine the plan and launch the search for Ann's successor. We will keep you informed of our progress and will seek your input on RMMI's plan of work. We will look to all of you for help and assistance in our search for a successor.
Thank you all for your continued support. Change can be hard, but it also provides us with the opportunity to grow and improve. I'm very optimistic about the future of RMMI and masonry construction.
Grosvenor Masonry, Inc.
President, Rocky Mountain Masonry Institute
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