In an era where dedication and commitment are often rare gems, Jerry Sameth stands out as a beacon of unwavering loyalty and service. After four decades of remarkable involvement, Jerry will be leaving the Compressed Gas Association (CGA), marking the end of an illustrious chapter that has left an indelible mark on the organization. His last day with CGA will be July 31, 2024.

Jerry’s journey with the CGA began forty years ago, a testament to his enduring passion for the industry and its advancement. His dedication, insight, and tireless efforts have been instrumental in shaping the CGA into the respected institution it is today. Over the years, Jerry has held various roles and worked with many committees within the association, each marked by his trademark kindness and a passion for knowledge sharing.

For the past eleven years, Jerry has served on staff as a Technical Manager, bringing his wealth of experience and expertise to bear on the organization’s initiatives. His tenure has been characterized by innovation, collaboration, and a steadfast commitment to the CGA’s mission of promoting safety, security, and environmental responsibility in the compressed gas industry.

Throughout his time with the CGA, Jerry has been a trusted leader and mentor, earning the respect and admiration of colleagues and industry peers alike. His guidance has been invaluable in navigating complex challenges and charting a course for the association’s continued growth and success.

As Jerry embarks on the next chapter of his life, his contributions to the CGA will serve as a lasting legacy, inspiring future generations to uphold the standards of excellence he has set. While his presence and unique brand of humor will be dearly missed, his impact will continue to reverberate throughout the organization for years to come.

In recognition of his outstanding service and dedication, the CGA extends its heartfelt gratitude to Jerry Sameth and wishes him a fulfilling and rewarding next chapter. May this new chapter be filled with joy, fulfillment, and well-deserved relaxation. Jerry, your legacy will forever be woven into the fabric of the Compressed Gas Association, serving as a guiding light for generations to come.

Please join us in extending our sincere appreciation to Jerry for his dedication and service and in wishing him all the success in his future endeavors.

A Note to CGA Members:  From April 16 to July 31 Jerry will be working part time focusing on the CGA Handbook and Training Modules. The reassignment of Jerry’s responsibilities will be communicated separately.