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A salute to Joe Ross

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Joe Ross was the NFPA editor of the 1981 NECH, and was the NEMA Eastern Field Representative for over 20 years. He was a Mentor for me, and many who were trained by him during the last 40 years. I want to write a story about Joe to become a chapter in my book that will cover the electrical industry people who left their mark. If you can develop a short paragraph about your experiences with Joe I will appreciate it very much. Members and guests can send me a private message or email
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Joe Ross was the NFPA editor of the 1981 NECH, and was the NEMA Eastern Field Representative for over 20 years. He was a Mentor for me, and many who were trained by him during the last 40 years. I want to write a story about Joe to become a chapter in my book that will cover the electrical industry people who left their mark. If you can develop a short paragraph about your experiences with Joe I will appreciate it very much. Members and guests can send me a private message or email
Yes! Mike Holt, and for Bob I can and will look for suggestions.
 

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Joe Ross was the NFPA editor of the 1981 NECH, and was the NEMA Eastern Field Representative for over 20 years. He was a Mentor for me, and many who were trained by him during the last 40 years. I want to write a story about Joe to become a chapter in my book that will cover the electrical industry people who left their mark. If you can develop a short paragraph about your experiences with Joe I will appreciate it very much. Members and guests can send me a private message or email

How far back are you accepting nominees here Joe?

Or are you asking for currently and/or recently influential people ?

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I can use any suggestions that you have related to any electrical industry person who was active during your early years. For me, I can go back as far as 1967 when Jim Meehan taught me how to use the 1965 NEC.
 

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I can use any suggestions that you have related to any electrical industry person who was active during your early years. For me, I can go back as far as 1967 when Jim Meehan taught me how to use the 1965 NEC.
Your Op seems to ask for sorts of overall vs. personal influence

that said a Dr. Joseph Engel would qualify for both in my opinion, as well as in the opinion of sparky's on every continent at this point

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