Hollis man elected VP of New England Water Works Association
HOLLISTON, Mass. – Christopher C. Hodgson, of Hollis, was elected vice president of the New England Water Works Association, the region’s largest and oldest not-for-profit organization of water works professionals.
Hodgson is vice president and New England regional manager of DN Tanks of Wakefield, Mass., formerly Natgun Corp. Since joining Natgun in 1980, he has held a number of sales and management positions.
He received a B.S. in economics and finance from the University of Hartford.
Hodgson, a life member of the American Water Works Association and New England Water Works Association, has been involved in both organizations for 38 years.
Hodgson is chairman of the NEWWA’s distribution and storage committee, vice chairman of the sponsor services committee, and a member of the K.O. Hodgson distinguished service award and site selection committees.
In 2006, he received the Kenneth O. Hodgson Distinguished Service Award, named in honor of his late father, which recognizes annually the outstanding contributions of members in the manufacturing, contracting and distribution sectors of the water works profession.
His longtime involvement with the AWWA includes chairman of the manufacturers/associates council, as well as member of the board of directors and executive committee.
He also was the manufacturers’ liaison on the AWWA standards council.