Life Member Forum

The Annual Life Member Brunch is held annually in early March in Monterey Park, CA to honor those Section members who have advanced to Life Member status in the Society and in recognition of their career achievements.  The regular invited guest speaker for this event has been the ASCE Society President Elect.   

A Life Member is defined and recognized as an ASCE member who has reached the age of 65 years and shall have paid dues for at least 30 years and shall have had 10 years of continuous membership immediately preceding the attainment of Life Member.  Visit the LA Section website for more details about the Life Member Forum.

The Orange County Branch is starting to collect the biographys for members who have been inducted recently as shown below.  In addition, below is a link to the life members of the Orange County Branch

Orange County Life Members List


 

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