101 Landfill Road661-275-CAMP (2267) or DSN 525-2267The Edwards Riding Stables have 52 stalls for private boarding of horses, complete with feed and tack storage rooms. Stables are open daily to those boarding horses. The cost to board a horse begins at $55 for the first horse and $30 for each additional horse per month with an $80 deposit. These fees help maintain the stable facilities. Horse owners are responsible for feeding their horses and cleaning their stalls.Other facilities include a lighted main riding arena, jumping arena, trail arena and four large exercise pens. Horses stabled at the Edwards Riding Stables must undergo quarantine until cleared by a vet. Horses must have a current Coggins test as well as other immunizations.Call the Outdoor Recreation office at 661-275-CAMP (2267) or DSN 525-2267 before bringing a horse to the base.
The 48th RQS trains, equips and employs combat-ready pararescuemen, combat rescue officers and supporting personnel worldwide in support of U.S. national security interests. It provides survivor contact, treatment and extraction during combat rescue operations, and uses various fixed and rotary wing insertion and extraction assets. It employs by any means available to provide combat and humanitarian search, rescue and medical assistance in all environments.
The appearance of U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) visual information does not imply or constitute DoD endorsement. IntroductionWelcome to Edwards Air Force Base, the center of the aerospace testing universe and home of the Air Force Flight Test Center. Edwards AFB offers a number of recreational activities to enjoy during your time here: bowling, camping, golfing, shooting, swimming, and more. Off base, there’s even more to explore. Read on to learn about 24 things to do at and near Edwards AFB.Know what you are looking for? Click the number(s) to go right to where you want to go:(1) Events(2) Community Center(3) Arts and Crafts(4) Bowling(5) Gyms(6-12) Outdoor Recreation(13) Golfing(14-17) Pools and Water Parks(18-19) Museums(20-21) Theaters and Performing Arts(22-24) Nearby AttractionsSuggested Read: Edwards AFB: In-Depth Welcome CenterCOVID-19 NoticeDue to the ongoing novel coronavirus pandemic, the following venues may be operating under limited hours of operation or closed due to base or local community restrictions. Check the venue’s website or call for current hours of operation and information on attendance guidelines and restrictions.24 Things to Do Near Edwards AFBEdwards Air Force Base Events1. Base Events and ProgramsEdwards AFB offers the military community a number of special events and programs throughout the year. Events include the 4th of July Summer Bash, a Christmas tree lighting ceremony and Holiday Card Lane, base-wide holiday parties, and more. In 2020, the base brought back the Edwards AFB air show in a new way with the Aerospace Valley Hybrid Air Show. This hybrid shows incorporated flyovers and virtual STEM showcases and classes.For a full list of upcoming events, visit the Edwards AFB Force Support Squadron website.Edwards AFB Community Center2. Oasis Community CenterBuilding 2500205 W. Popson Ave.Edwards AFB, CA 93524Phone: 1 (661) 275-2687Edwards AFB’s Oasis Community Center hosts instructional classes, base-wide events, entertainment programs, and more for airmen, families, and retirees. The center has Wi-Fi, gaming consoles, billiard tables, table tennis, air hockey, foosball, board games, a Panda Express, and a lounge area with a large-screen TV. Visit the center’s website for information on upcoming events.Arts and Crafts3. Edwards AFB Arts & Craft CenterBuilding 2440200 Methusa RoadEdwards AFB, CA 93524Phone: 1 (661) 275-2787The base’s Arts & Crafts Center has everything you need to create your next work of art. The center has a wood hobby shop, an engraving shop, and a frame shop for personalized gifts and memorabilia. Visit the website for information on upcoming events, classes, and activities.Edwards AFB Bowling Alley4. High Desert Lanes205 W. Fitzgerald Blvd.Edwards AFB, CA 93523Phone: 1 (661) 275-2695Strike up family-friendly fun at the Edwards AFB High Desert Lane’s bowling center. The center has leagues for all ages, special events, tournaments, and more. If you get hungry, grab a snack at the center’s Strike Zone Snack Bar.Edwards AFB GymEdwards AFB offers an array of fitness and recreational activities. Programs and facilities include intramural and extramural sports, exercise classes, sports courts and fields, running tracks, running and bike trails, outdoor workout areas, and more. Visit the Edwards AFB Force Support Squadron website for more information.5. Rosburg Fitness CenterBuilding 2200210 W. Popson Ave.Edwards AFB, CA 93524Phone: 1 (661) 275-4961The Rosburg Fitness Center has strength, cardio, and weight training equipment. The facility has a gymnasium for basketball, volleyball, and PT; wallyball and racquetball courts; saunas; and more. Visit the center’s website for more information on exercise classes, massage therapy services, personal trainers, and other center amenities.Edwards AFB Outdoor Rec6. Outdoor RecreationBuilding 2500205 W. Popson Ave.Edwards AFB, CA 93524Phone: 1 (661) 275-2267Edwards AFB’s Outdoor Recreation offers a variety of services, including FamCamp camping facilities, equipment rentals, and more. Equipment rentals include sporting goods, water sports equipment, camping equipment, garden equipment, party equipment, inflatables, trailers, and other recreational gear.Outdoor Recreation can also give you information on the Edwards Riding Center and horse boarding, RV storage, private trip planning services, and the RecOn Initiative that provides outdoor adventure-based activities to airmen who are returning from deployments.7. Edwards AFB Rod and Gun ClubBuilding 210210 Adam’s WayEdwards AFB, CA 93523Phone: 1 (661) 275-8727Edwards AFB shooting facilities include an archery range, a rifle and pistol range, and skeet and trap ranges. Visit the website for information on annual memberships, special events, and rates.8. Mojave Greens Disc Golf CourseBehind the Rosburg Fitness CenterBuilding 2200210 W. Popson Ave.Edwards AFB, CA 93524Phone: 1 (661) 275-4961The 18-hole, par-55 Mojave Greens Disc Golf Course is open to everyone. Discs can be checked out from the base fitness center or purchased at Outdoor Recreation’s equipment rental facility in Building 7211 at 1100 Kincheloe Ave.9. Scorpions Nest Paintball RangeBuilding 210210 Adams WayEdwards AFB, CA 93523Phone: 1 (661) 275-2267Challenge your friends at Edwards AFB’s Scorpions Nest Paintball Range. Equipment rentals and paintball supplies are available.10. Arnold ParkEnd of Coliseum DriveEdwards AFB, CA 93523Phone: 1 (661) 275-2267Edwards AFB’s Arnold Park features playground equipment, covered picnic areas, a staging area, and restrooms.11. Branch Memorial ParkOff Lancaster BoulevardEdwards AFB, CA 93523Phone: 1 (661) 275-2267Edwards AFB’s Branch Memorial Park features picnic areas and a pond.Valyermo12. Devil’s Punchbowl Natural Area and Nature Center28000 Devil’s Punchbowl RoadValyermo, CA 93563Phone: 1 (661) 944-2743The 1,310-acre Devil’s Punchbowl Natural Area and Nature Center showcase a deep canyon, rock formations, and native flora and fauna. Visit the website for a full list of programs, including tours, animal presentations, bird walks, geology talks, moonlight hikes, telescope programs, and more.Edwards AFB Golf Course13. Muroc Lake Golf CourseBuilding 5611111 Crossfield DriveEdwards AFB, CA 93523Phone: 1 (661) 275-7888Edwards AFB’s 18-hole, par-72 Muroc Lake Golf Course marries desert beauty with well-manicured greens. Muroc Lake has a clubhouse, a pro shop, locker room facilities, and a number of golf programs and special events. And if you’re hungry after a round of golf, grab a bite to eat at Sandbagger Grill.Pools and Water Parks14. Oasis Aquatic CenterBuilding 2501207 W. Popson Ave.Edwards AFB, CA 93524Phone: 1 (661) 275-7946The aquatics program at Edwards AFB offers lap swimming, open swimming, pool parties, and more. Visit the Force Support Squadron website for more information on aquatic center hours of operation and programs.15. Muroc PoolBuilding 5600275 Doolittle ParkwayEdwards AFB, CA 93523Phone: 1 (661) 277-3551Edwards AFB’s Muroc Pool is open seasonally. Visit the Force Support Squadron website for more information on the pool’s hours of operation and programs.16. Sonic Splash PoolBuilding 521024 Lathrop DriveEdwards AFB, CA 93523Phone: 1 (661) 277-3552Edwards AFB’s Sonic Splash Pool is open seasonally. Visit the Force Support Squadron website for more information on the pool’s hours of operation and programs.Palmdale17. DryTown Water Park3850 E. Avenue SPalmdale, CA 93550Phone: 1 (661) 267-6161If you’re looking to beat the heat, head to DryTown Water Park. The 6-acre park features thrilling water slides and rides, a lazy river, a pool, and an area for younger guests.Edwards Air Force Base Museums18. Air Force Flight Test Museum405 S. Rosamond Blvd.Edwards AFB, CA 93524Phone: 1 (661) 277-8050The Air Force Flight Test Museum’s aircraft and exhibits tell the story of more than 75 years of flight test research at Edwards AFB and the surrounding region. The museum’s exhibits include aircraft propulsion systems, missiles, hardware, life support equipment, technical drawings, test reports, memorabilia, photographs, and wind tunnel models. Visit the website for information on current exhibits and upcoming events.19. Blackbird Airpark2503 E. Avenue PPalmdale, CA 93550Phone: 1 (661) 274-0884An annex of Edwards AFB’s Air Force Flight Test Museum, Blackbird Airpark in nearby Palmdale features the world’s only display of a Lockheed SR-71A together with its predecessor the A-12. The airpark also displays the once ultra-secret D-21 drone and the last surviving U-2D model.Theaters and Performing Arts20. Edwards AFB Theater4 W. Yeager Blvd.Edwards AFB, CA 93524Phone: 1 (661) 275-3826The Edwards AFB movie theater shows second runs of movies for free. Concessions are available for purchase. Visit the theater’s website for current movies and showtimes.Lancaster21. Lancaster Performing Arts Center750 W. Lancaster Blvd.Lancaster, CA 93534Phone: 1 (661) 723-5950Lancaster Performing Arts Center showcases a variety of live entertainment: music, comedy, concerts, plays, ballets, orchestras, and more. Visit the website for information on upcoming shows and events.Nearby Attractions22. Edwards AFB ITT OfficeBuilding 2500205 W. Popson Ave.Edwards AFB, CA 93524Phone: 1 (661) 275-8747For more information on things to do around Edwards AFB, visit the Edwards AFB Information, Tickets, and Travel website. ITT offers special military discount tickets to many local attractions, as well as national favorites like Walt Disney World and Universal Studios. Whatever travel destinations you seek, ITT staff can help you plan your trips and make sure your vacation is a memorable one.Rosamond23. The Cat House3718 60th St. W.Rosamond, CA 93560Phone: 1 (661) 256-3793The Exotic Feline Breeding Compound’s Feline Conservation Center, also known as The Cat House, preserves and propagates rare and endangered felines through breeding, research, and education. The center is home to 70 cats of varying species, including leopards, bobcats, cougars, jaguars, and tigers. Visit the center’s website for information on tours and special events.24. Willow Springs International Raceway3500 75th St. W.Rosamond, CA 93560Phone: 1 (661) 256-6666The historic Willow Springs International Raceway hosts a variety of races on its seven tracks. Visit the website for information on upcoming events.ConclusionEdwards AFB is full of fun opportunities, and the surrounding area offers even more things to do. Whether you want to make a splash at a water park, play a round of golf, or learn about historic aircraft, you’re sure to make plenty of new memories.
Related For the 2016 race season, Zoot Sports is presenting a new racing shoe for runners and triathletes alike: the Makai, a neutral trainer positioned as being suitable for all distances.Zoot notes that the unique sole construction makes the Makai attractive for a broad range of runners, and weighing only 265g (US size 9) it is lightweight. With convenience in mind, the Zoot Makai comes with both the Quicklace lacing system and traditional laces.The new Zoot Makai shoes will commence shipping in February 2016. In the UK, the recommended retail price (RRP) is £115, with an RRP of US$135 in the US.Zoot was ‘born in Kona, Hawaii, but has grown up at the beautiful beaches of California.’ The design and the name of the Makai pay homage to the journey of the brand: ‘Makai’ means ‘towards the sea’, symbolizing the move of the Zoot headquarters to Carlsbad in California.The shoe design is ‘bold and wild’. The Makai sports a midsole with an 8 mm offset and comes with two different degrees of cushioning. As a result, Zoot points out that the trainer is suitable for multiple weight categories and adapts to individual running style and performance level.Z-Bound inserts at the heel area absorb shock while ‘keeping the dynamics and versatility of the Makai.’ In addition, fore- and midfoot runners benefit from ZVA, Zoot’s trademark EVA, and a ‘phenomenal rebound’.While the upper is constructed of breathable mesh, the three-dimensional heel cup keeps the heel securely in its place.A release from Zoot adds, ‘Due to its great success in the world of triathlon, we have integrated the BareFit technology that provides you with ultimate comfort and a seamless internal fit even without socks.’Particularly handy for triathletes, Zoot delivers the Makai both with traditional lacing and the Quicklace system (including Z-Lock, an elastic strap making sure no loose laces disturb the running stride). Quicklace facilitates quick shoe application and removal and can be used for transition from bike to run, or for other types of stand-alone run races.The Makai outsole provides stability and aims to create a smooth transition through the entire run stride ‘with just the right amount of guidance.’ Zoot has also added high traction carbon rubber at the heel area in order to make the Makai as resilient and durable as possible.Zoot Sports was founded as ‘the world’s first triathlon brand’ on Hawaii in 1983. The brand focuses on providing athletes with performance footwear, apparel, wetsuits, and accessories. In the mid-90s, Zoot moved to Carlsbad, California. Inspired by the Californian way of life, a second, independent product line was born. Zoot Running footwear and apparel combines the brand’s technological expertise with relaxed surfer styling. Zoot is part of the K2 Sports Group.www.zootsports.com
by. Heather AndersonThe U.S. Supreme Court on Monday told a federal appeals court to reconsider whether the NCUA can move forward with lawsuits against big banks the NCUA said knowingly sold bad mortgage backed securities to failed corporates.The court granted a writ of certiorari petition to defendant Nomura Home Equity Loan, et. al., vacating judgment and remanding the case back to the 10th Circuit Court in Denver, according to the order posted on the court’s website. continue reading » 1SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
Lawyers, CPAs to gatherNovember 29 in Miami November 1, 2007 Regular News Lawyers, CPAs to gather November 29 in Miami The Fourth Annual South Florida Goodwill Gathering of Attorneys and Certified Public Accountants is set for November 29 in Miami,The event is being coordinated by The Florida Bar Committee on Relations with Certified Public Accountants and put on in collaboration with the Dade County Bar Association; Miami-Downtown, South Dade, and Miami-Dade Chapters of the Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants; the Florida Association of Attorney-Certified Public Accountants; the Cuban-American Certified Public Accountant Association; the Cuban American Bar Association; the Florida Association for Women Lawyers; and the Puerto Rican Bar Association.The event will run from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at the The Capital Grille at 444 Brickell Avenue.Those wanting to participate must RSVP by November 26 by calling James or Aleida at (305) 444-7662 or online at www.aristalaw.com/goodwillgatheringrsvp.html.
Retired judge volunteers at Yellowstone October 1, 2015 Regular News Retired judge volunteers at Yellowstone Senior Judge Fred Koberlein returned to Yellowstone National Park this summer, this time as a volunteer interpretive ranger.In 2013, the News reported on Koberlein’s first trip “out West.” That year, after retiring as the Dixie County judge, he spent six months living and working within two miles of Old Faithful Geyser in Yellowstone. This summer, in addition to his duties at the Old Faithful Snow Lodge, Judge Koberlein was appointed a volunteer interpretive ranger.“In 2013, I enjoyed and learned a lot about the Yellowstone ecosystem.” said Judge Koberlein, “Now, in a small way, I have a chance to pay back the park.”As a volunteer interpretive ranger, he goes on roving patrols in Yellowstone’s upper geyser basin, where a substantial percentage of all the geysers in the world are located.“I have seen almost every one of them erupt,” Koberlein said.During his “roves,” his primary concern is the safety of the visitors. The hydrothermal features of Yellowstone are potent and latent potential dangers.“The water associated with the hydrothermal activity is usually very near the boiling point, 198 degrees Fahrenheit at this altitude,” he said.Additionally, the various wild animals in the area pose significant dangers.“Bison look so docile and so slow, that people easily perceive them to be tame or harmless,” Koberlein said. “We have to continually remind people that wild animals are just that — wild.”This year, as of July, five people have been injured by bison in Yellowstone.On a typical “rove,” Koberlein encounters 50 or more visitors. In order to be able to answer their questions, Judge Koberlein has had to study a wide range of topics including history, wildlife, plants, and especially geology of the Yellowstone area.“I am a long way from being a geologist, but I can explain in lay terms how a mud pot, fumarole [steam vent] or a geyser works,” Koberlein said. “The best part of the ‘rove’ is to talk with the visitors. Their questions range from identifying the fish in the river — yes, you can see the trout; the water is very clear — to plants and hydrothermal features.”In addition to his “job” and his volunteer work, Judge Koberlein still has time to hike, fish, and travel around the nearby Montana, Idaho, and Wyoming areas.In August, he visited the Heart Mountain Relocation Center in remote Wyoming, where Japanese-Americans from the West Coast Exclusion Zone were interned during World War II“Those American citizens of Japanese ancestry must have thought that they had been shipped to the moon,” Koberlein said. “One can wonder for hours — how intense was the hysteria that caused us to trample on the Constitution?”On the other hand, Judge Koberlein can quickly summarize his experiences inside the park, “Fantastic! Yellowstone is unique. It is on almost everybody’s bucket list; if not, perhaps it should be.”
Hayden House Tempe, LLC, a partnership between San Diego-based Douglas Wilson Companies (“DWC”) and Hensel Phelps Development LLC, a subsidiary of Hensel Phelps based in Greeley, CO, announced the name of their new mixed-use development project on the corner of Mill Avenue and Rio Salado Parkway, One | Hundred | Mill. The project name, which is the actual address for the project (100 S. Mill Ave.) and newly released project renderings were unveiled by the partners during a May 7 meeting with the City of Tempe where the project received unanimous entitlement approvals. Construction on One | Hundred | Mill is expected to begin before year-end with completion expected in 2017.“As the northern gateway to downtown Tempe on one of the most vibrant intersections in the state, the project at this site needed to be something we can celebrate and it is,” said Mayor Mark Mitchell. “Respecting the historic Hayden House and using this process as an opportunity to revitalize this community asset was key to One | Hundred | Mill’s success. The City of Tempe is excited to see a project that will help advance the downtown into the future, while simultaneously preserving its past.”One | Hundred | Mill is a $190 million mixed-use creative office, retail and lifestyle-hotel development located on the 2.51 acre parcel widely considered to be the gateway to Tempe’s downtown core. This landmark project consists of two towers: a 15-story 260,000 square foot Class A office building and a 15- story, 240-key boutique hotel along with 17,300 square feet of complimentary restaurants and retail space.DWC Chairman and CEO Doug Wilson explained, “One | Hundred | Mill has been well received within the market as we are raising the profile of restaurants, hotel rooms and office space in the area. Since this project will be the front door into the Mill Avenue District, we felt using the iconic address as the projects name emphasized the commitment to celebrating Tempe and everything it has to offer.”In addition to DWC and Hensel Phelps Development, the project team for One | Hundred | Mill includes contractor Hensel Phelps, Shears Adkins & Rockmore Architects, the office leasing team of Jerry Noble, Patrick Devine and Greg Mayer with Cushman & Wakefield and the retail leasing team of Brent Moser and Rhonda Diaz Caldewey with DTZ Retail.The offices at One | Hundred | Mill begin on floor eight (8) and offer abundant natural light and sweeping views of Tempe and Metro Phoenix with extensive glass lines wrap the building. Large, flexible 31,500 RSF floorplates with 10 foot finished ceilings provide the ultimate in modern work space, designed to accommodate today’s work style with amble spaces dedicated for collaboration, socialization and productivity.“The office market is in transition. New standards in design are transforming the way people work and the demand for walkable, urban settings is undeniable. Not surprisingly, One | Hundred | Mill is being very well received in the marketplace,” according to Patrick Devine, Senior Director, Cushman & Wakefield.One | Hundred | Mill offers ground floor retail and restaurant spaces in both towers and the unique 10,000 square foot restaurant space in the historic Hayden House (former Monti’s La Casa Vieja). Hayden House is being repurposed to create a one-of-a-kind indoor/outdoor dining destination that preserves and honors all of the historic aspects of the building while redeveloping it into a new and exciting destination along Mill Avenue. The Office Café space is a 1,000 square foot restaurant opportunity on the ground floor of the office building. Two retail components are available for boutiques and specialty shop space, the 2,400 square foot Mill Avenue Retail space on the ground floor of the hotel tower and the 3,900 square foot Rio Salado Retail space on the ground floor of the office tower, which can be further expanded with an optional mezzanine.“We’re honored to be working with the Douglas Wilson Companies and Hensel Phelps to help bring the next great Arizona dining icon to One | Hundred | Mill in what will be the signature component, Hayden House, Arizona’s longest continually occupied structure. We’ll be taking a step forward for mixed-use development in Tempe while preserving a vital piece of heritage and legacy,” according to Brent Mallonee, Vice President, DTZ Retail.The 240-room boutique hotel includes a rooftop pool, fine dining restaurant and 12,000 square feet of conference facilities shared with One | Hundred | Mill’s office tenants. Combining luxury, style and world- class service, the hotel will bring a whole new world of ultra-modern accommodations to Downtown Tempe.“The community outreach while concurrently working with the City of Tempe has been an enjoyable process for us,” said Nicholas Wilson, Managing Director of DWC. “The commitment of the residents and businesses in Tempe validates why tech companies, professional firms, restaurateurs and individuals alike are attracted to Mill Avenue to live, work and play. We are very excited to be a part of continuing the renaissance for which Tempe is experiencing.”One | Hundred | Mill is located less than a block from the METRO Light Rail system and the 3rd Street and Mill Avenue station and across the street from Tempe Beach Park and Tempe Town Lake. The development will be a stand-out project in downtown Tempe which has become a magnet for innovative businesses and retailers because of its central location within the Valley and its close proximity to Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport and Arizona State University.
The Washington Post:Overwhelmed recently by the stress of an impending move — along with the usual demands of a busy life — I turned to the people I love.In small chunks of time between tasks on my to-do list, I called and texted with my sister, my parents, local friends and old friends scattered around the country. Some conversations turned my stress into laughter. Others made me cry. One friend came over to clean out my closet. Then she took our kids for four hours so we could pack without interruption.…In a 2010 meta-analysis that combined data on more than 308,000 people across 148 studies, for example, researchers found a strong connection between social relationships and life span. The size of the effect rivaled that of better-known health-related behaviors such as smoking and exercise.Because the studies used different methods, the analysis couldn’t say exactly how many more years of life we might gain by having true pals, says lead author Julianne Holt-Lunstad, a psychologist at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah.Read the whole story: The Washington Post More of our Members in the Media >
DeMoulpied comes to LSI from the Private Client Services practice of Ernst & Young where he managed strategy & operations improvement engagements for privately held client businesses. Some of his prior roles include VP of strategic development, director of strategic initiatives, and Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt at OptumHealth, UnitedHealth Group’s health services business, as well as Lean Six Sigma Black Belt at General Electric, where he applied operations improvement principles to customer service, supply chain and product development. A successful entrepreneur, deMoulpied is also the founder of PrestoFresh, a Cleveland-based e-commerce food/grocery business. DeMoulpied has a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering Management from the United States Air Force Academy and a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Dayton in Marketing and International Business. He served six years with the USAF overseeing the development of technology used on fighter aircraft and the E-3 Surveillance aircraft, finishing his career honorably as Captain. ANDERSON, IN — Remy International, Inc. announces leadership changes in its OE and aftermarket businesses. AdvertisementClick Here to Read MoreAdvertisement The company has eliminated the position of president of the Remy Inc. OE business. With this decision, Rick Stanley, who served in this role, has decided to seek other opportunities outside of the company. Remy International President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) John Weber will assume these duties in addition to his role as president and CEO of Remy International. Joe Plomin, who served as the president of the electrical aftermarket business, will become the senior vice president of sales, marketing and product line management for the OE business. Jay Pittas has been appointed to fill the position of president of the electrical aftermarket business. Pittas joins Remy from Eagle Picher Industries where he was president of the Wolverine Gasket business for the past four years. Wolverine is a key automotive supplier that has grown and enhanced performance dramatically under Pittas’ leadership. Prior to that, he spent 14 years with Honeywell in its industrial automation and control business. For more information about Remy, go to: http://www.remyinc.com,Lubrication Specialties Inc. (LSI), manufacturer of Hot Shot’s Secret brand of performance additives and oils, recently announced the expansion of senior leadership. Steve deMoulpied joins LSI as the company’s chief operating officer (COO). AdvertisementClick Here to Read MoreAdvertisement LSI President Brett Tennar says, “Steve’s success in developing operational strategies that improves the bottom line, builds teamwork, reduces waste and ensures quality product development and distribution checks many of the boxes of what we were looking for in a COO. This, coupled with his career in the Air Force working with highly technical systems and his in-depth understanding of Lean Six Sigma and Business Process Management sealed our offer. As our tagline states, our products are Powered by Science. This data driven approach is one reason why our company has grown exponentially as we employ the most advanced technology to product development. I am confident that Steve is the right person to drive operational strategy for our diverse and growing brands.” Advertisement With more than 20 years of experience across multiple industries and functional areas, deMoulpied has particular expertise in organizations with complex technical products. Combined, his prior positions have required a spectrum of skills in corporate strategy, operations improvement, product quality, and revenue cycle management. He has an impressive history of utilizing data driven problem solving (Lean Six Sigma) and project management (PMP and CSM) to achieve strategic goals surrounding customer satisfaction, operational efficiency and improved profit.