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MACS Board of Directors Elects 2021 Officers

The board of directors of the Mobile Air Climate Systems Association (MACS) met virtually Friday, February 5, 2021, and elected officers for the year.

Andy Fiffick of Rad Air Complete Car Care, Cleveland, OH will serve as MACS chairman and CEO.  Steve Sunday of Sunair, Ft. Worth, TX will serve as vice chairman. Caroline Marks Acebedo of Marks Air, Tampa, FL will serve as MACS association treasurer, Jim Atkinson of Car Repair Company, Scottsdale, AZ will be MACS secretary and Jim Hittman of Badger Truck Refrigeration, Eau Claire, WI will serve as past chairman.

MACS Board Officer (Left to Right)
Jim Atkinson, Steve Sunday, Caroline Mark Acebedo, Andy Fiffick and Jim Hittman

The MACS Board of Directors has thirteen members: four members representing service and repair, four members representing distribution, four members representing manufacturing and the past chairman.

Andy Fiffick of Rad Air Complete Car Care, Cleveland, OH, Caroline Marks Acebedo of Marks Air, Tampa, FL, Jim Atkinson of Car Repair Company, Scottsdale, AZ, and Tim Iezzi of Iezzi’s Auto Service, Reading, PA are the representatives of the service and repair shops.

The MACS distributor members are represented by Tray Carlisle of Carlisle Air and Automotive, San Antonio, TX, Troy Farr of 1-800-Radiator, West Jordan, UT, Steve Sunday of Sunair, Ft. Worth, TX, and Mark Schmitz of Global Parts Distributors, Macon, GA.

Representing manufacturers are Ryan Baker of Kenway Engineering, Sherburn, MN, Charlie Roberts of T/CCI Manufacturing, Frisco, TX, Al Leupold, of Bergstrom, Rockford, IL, and Tim Wagaman of Robinair, Warren, MI

 Each year half of the board members are up for election for a two-year term.

The MACS board meets three times a year, once at the annual training event when officers are elected by the board, once in the spring to review MACS budget and finances for the next fiscal year and once in the fall.

Since 1981, the MACS has been the advocate for service and repair owners, distributors, manufacturers, and educators making their living in the total vehicle climate and thermal management industry. MACS empowers members to grow their businesses and delivers tangible member benefits through industry advocacy with government regulators and by providing accurate, unbiased training information, training products, training curriculum, and money-saving affinity member services. MACS has assisted more than 1.2 million technicians to comply with the 1990 Clean Air Act requirements for certification in refrigerant recovery and recycling to protect the environment. To join MACS as a member ,visit us at

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