Membership Dues Waived for New Members Thanks to John Krysa via the ICRM

The ICRM is pleased to announce the John Krysa Remembrance Award. The award will serve as a dues waiver for our newest members and to recognize the positive contributions of John Krysa, ICRM Past-President.

Any candidate who becomes newly certified as of February 5th, 2023, the date of John’s passing, will receive a one-time annual dues waiver as an award for becoming certified.  For those who qualify and have already paid their dues, this waiver will apply to the following year. The dues waiver will remain in effect until the funds are no longer available. Qualifying Members will receive a discount code on Monday, October 30 for their 2024 dues.  Qualified members after November 1, 2023 will receive their dues waiver the following year.

John Krysa generously donated money to the ICRM before his passing. Additionally, family, friends, and colleagues donated funds in lieu of flowers per John’s wishes. The contributions, totaling over $11,000, will be used to cover the cost of the Dues Waiver. Donations are still being accepted on the John Krysa Memorial Page.

ICRM President Caroline Walters shares, “The John Krysa Remembrance Award is an opportunity to celebrate our newest ICRM Members and to keep John’s passion and commitment to the ICRM alive. While John will be deeply missed, his legacy will live on through our future leaders of RIM.” The ICRM is deeply grateful for John Krysa’s dedication to the ICRM and the generous donations.

John Krysa, past President of the ICRM, passed away on February 5, 2023 after a year-long fight with cancer. He will be remembered fondly as a mentor and friend. His accomplishments included initiating ICRM’s move to a new technology partner, leading the creation of the Federal Specialist Designation, and furthering our strategic partnerships with other organizations. Read more on the John Krysa Remembrance Page.

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