New National Board Members Announced
David Stenrose represents the state of Michigan as the assistant chief, boiler division. Mr. Stenrose served in the United States Navy as a nuclear power operator, submarine service, between 1971 and 1977. His civilian career began with Worthington Service Corporation as a millwright. In 1984, he joined Hartford Steam Boiler Inspection and Insurance Company and served as a commissioned inspector, supervisor, engineer, and in loss control. Next, he worked for Severstal Steel, North America, as a blast furnace operator and turbo operations foreman through 2009. In 2010, he joined the state of Michigan as a commissioned inspector until he accepted his present position of assistant chief. Mr. Stenrose also holds a bachelor’s of science in mechanical engineering from Lawrence Technological University.
Michael Vogel is the chief boiler inspector for the state of Illinois. Mr. Vogel studied commercial engineering drafting technology and holds an associate of applied science degree. His professional career began in 1990, when he worked as a draftsman/design engineer for several boiler shops. Next, in 1994, he completed the Great Lakes Area Boilermaker Apprenticeship Program and worked for the Boilermakers Local 363 as a boilermaker until 2004, at which time he went to work for the Illinois State Fire Marshall as a boiler safety specialist, a post he held until accepting the role of chief.
Andrew “Greg” Frazier is the chief boiler inspector for the state of Florida. Mr. Frazier served in the United States Navy from 1979-2000, and retired as a boiler technician chief qualified as a steam-generating plant inspector. He was stationed on four ships and gained approximately nine years’ experience in repair and inspection. His last tour was as boiler inspection coordinator at Regional Support Group Norfolk. Mr. Frazier’s civilian career experience includes senior boiler inspector with Destination Zero (2010-2013); loss control consultant for Travelers Indemnity Company (2009-2010); assistant chief boiler, tramway, and elevator inspector for the state of Maine (2003-2009); and senior loss control consultant for Royal & Sun Alliance (2000-2003).
Charles B. Pickle was accepted into National Board membership. He is a boiler and pressure vessel inspector representing the state of Oklahoma. Mr. Pickle served in the United States Air Force from 2000-2013. He joined with the Oklahoma Department of Labor in 2011 as a deputy boiler and pressure vessel inspector, before accepting his current leadership position with the state. Mr. Pickle serves as a National Board/ASME review team leader.