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It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of one of our most beloved members Richard G. (Dick) DeMello. Dick passed away on Tuesday September 14th after a brief illness.
He joined IMSA in 1956 and was the associations longest standing member. Dick served the New England Section in various leadership roles, most recently as Second Vice President. He also worked tirelessly with Dick Ober on the development of the initial fire alarm training curriculum. Dick’s dedication to the New England Section of IMSA and most of all, his friendship to all will truly be missed.  


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The attainment of certification is a means for individuals to indicate to the general public, coworkers, employers, and others that an impartial, nationally-recognized organization has determined that they are qualified to perform specific technical tasks by virtue of their technical knowledge and experiences. 

Certification also bestows a sense of achievement upon the certified individual since it reflects professional advancement in a chosen field.

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