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DOE APPOINTS THREE NEW MEMBERS TO
OAK RIDGE SITE SPECIFIC ADVISORY BOARD
OAK RIDGE, Tenn. - The U.S. Department of Energy Oak Ridge Office has announced the appointment of Mike Haygood, Ted Lundy, and Jan Teague to the Oak Ridge Site Specific Advisory Board. The Board is federally-chartered citizens panel that provides recommendations to the Department's Oak Ridge Environmental Management Program.
"The service this Board performs is extremely important to the community and to our environmental cleanup activities," said Gerald Boyd, Manager of the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge Office. "We appreciate each new member volunteering their time to serve."
Mr. Haygood is a resource teacher at Jefferson Middle School in Oak Ridge, and has served as president of the Oak Ridge Education Association for five years. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in health and special education from East Tennessee State University and a master's degree in special education from The University of Tennessee (UT). Haygood is a Knoxville resident.
Mr. Lundy is a retired metallurgical engineer. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in physics, a master's degree in metallurgy, and a doctorate in metallurgical engineering from UT. Lundy worked in the metallurgy division at Oak Ridge National Laboratory and retired in 1988. He then joined the Tennessee Tech Center for Manufacturing, becoming its director in 1989 and retiring from that position in 2000. Lundy is a Knoxville resident.
Ms. Teague is an active member of the Oak Ridge community. She is a member of the Tennessee Trail Association and the Sierra Club, and is a former board member of the Knoxville/Knox County Central Business Improvement District. Teague received a degree in business from Indiana University. She worked for 30 years in the tourism industry and with various community boards as an industry representative.
Advisory Board meetings are held on the second Wednesday of each month at 6 pm, at the DOE Information Center in Oak Ridge. Meetings of the Board and its committees are open to the public, and notices are posted on the Board's Web Site: www.oakridge.doe.gov/em/ssab.