CINCINNATI, Ohio — Family Motor Coach Association (FMCA) has announced the resignation of Charlie Schrenkel from his position as national president. Mr. Schrenkel made the decision to step down to focus on health-related issues that developed recently.
“It would not be fair to this association to have a president not fully capable of holding that office. A president of FMCA should be directly involved with the day-to-day operation of the association, and not have any distractions, such as health problems, that take away from the assigned duties of that office,” Mr. Schrenkel said in announcing his resignation.
In accordance with FMCA’s Bylaws, FMCA senior vice president Judy Czarsty is serving as acting president.
“On behalf of the FMCA family, we wish Charlie well as he faces these challenges,” Mrs. Czarsty said. “We regret that he will not be finishing out his term but would like to thank him for his many years of service to FMCA, and for his strong leadership, most recently as FMCA president but also as national vice president, Southeast Area, among other roles over the years. We ask that the FMCA family lift up Charlie and his wife, Jean, in thoughts and prayers.”
Family Motor Coach Association (FMCA) is an international organization for families who own and enjoy the use of self-contained, motorized recreation vehicles known as motorhomes. The association maintains its national headquarters in Cincinnati, Ohio, and currently has nearly 100,000 active member families. FMCA offers its members a number of benefits, including a subscription to its monthly magazine, Family Motor Coaching; an emergency medical evacuation program; trip routing; mail forwarding; and group rates on an emergency roadside assistance program. Perhaps the most important benefit of FMCA membership is the camaraderie and friendships that develop among people enjoying the common interest of motorhome travel and recreation (FMCA.com; 800-543-3622.)
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