The recognition honors professional technicians who have attained ASE certification in 22 specific areas during the previous calendar year.
Zilke and Dave Johnson, his successor, penned open letters to the industry.
Benjamin Fisher received a $1,000 cash prize for the honor.
The conference featured training sessions and networking for high school and college automotive instructors.
Dave Johnson brings over 30 years of auto industry experience to the ASE president and CEO role.
Forty-four individuals joined the prestigious list this year.
Former CTE instructor, Eric Chester, will present “Building Rockets That Fly: Ensuring the Success of our Graduates.”
ASE has developed a special logo that can be used to recognize and honor vehicle service professionals during June 2023.
New ASE Chairman Homer Hogg talks about ASE certification, remote testing and new tests covering vehicle technology.
This will be the 23rd consecutive year that ASE and KKR have teamed up to promote the high standards of service and repair.
ASE selects techs based on ASE certification level, commitment to customer satisfaction & community involvement.
The winter registration period for the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) for testing and recertification is now open at ASE.com.