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DOE APPOINTS FOUR NEW MEMBERS TO
New appointees to the Oak Ridge Site Specific Advisory Board are (from left) John Coffman, Charles Jensen, William Bass, and David Martin.
“These new members truly represent the talent of this Board, which is vital to our success,” said Gerald Boyd, Manager of the Department of Energy’s (DOE) Oak Ridge Office (ORO). “They are joining an effective group of volunteers. The service the Board provides to DOE is extremely important.”
The new members are William Bass, John Coffman, Charles Jensen, and David Martin.
William Bass retired from Sears Holdings Corporation after 39 years of employment. He held various retail management positions in stores and in regional and home offices. When he retired, Bass was the general manager of a 23-store district covering five states.
Bass also volunteers with SCORE “Counselors to Small Business” as a counselor and with the American Red Cross where he serves as a liaison for governmental agencies. Bass is a resident of
John Coffman is the president of DeNuke Services in
Charles Jensen is the owner and manager of Diversified Technologies in
He has founded three technology companies, one of which is listed on the NASDAQ, and is currently operating the third.
Jensen has developed two patents and has two pending. In addition, he has authored and presented several technical papers regarding waste processing in the commercial nuclear industry. Jensen lives in
David Martin is a self-employed engineer who has worked on a wide range of power engineering assignments worldwide. His areas of expertise include project management, power station startup oversight, electrical equipment testing and design review, and substation construction and maintenance.
He is a member of the
The Oak Ridge Site Specific Advisory Board meetings are held on the second Wednesday of each month at 6 p.m. at the