By Ron Allen
The Chief Executive Officer of the USPA, Duncan Huyler, is no longer with the
Association. He has either been removed or forced to resign after only a short tenure
on the job. His temporary replacement is expected to be Bob Puetz, the Director of
Services, until the Association can determine what to do next.
At the same time, UPSA Chairman, Joe Meyer, has decided not to run for a second
term. It’s expected that USPA President Chip Campbell will be named to replace
Meyer next month.
All of this has come down just 10 days before the USPA ‘Governor At Large’
elections, which has been under scrutiny since four disgruntled members
challenged the election process in a lawsuit two years ago.