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A Badge of Honor?
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The UACC is on of the most respected industry organizations, so how is it that they decided to censure one of their oldest members? On Stephen Koschal's web site he calls it a "Badge of Honor"; it reads more like a shroud of shame.

Documents we obtained from one of our sources will show a story of a man who held two high positions in the organization. But he wasn't willing to do the work he committed to in his position as of
Director of Education.

After only several months in the position (less than a year) Koschal tried to resign. He was told by then Director Bob Erickson, that his resignation was rejected.

Furthermore Mr. Erickson insisted that Koschal had committed to do the work as Director of Education and he was holding him to it.

Bob Erickson stated that these positions required work on Koschal's part, they were not just "titles you could put on your business card". Erickson went on to say to Koschal if you want to resign, you have to resign both positions at UACC.

What followed was a trail of abuse of power, harassment, and slander. Finally a defamation of character lawsuit brought but the then Treasurer, Al Wittnebert, and a full unanimous vote of censure by the board of the UACC is what it took to stop Mr. Koschal. The documents we obtained below show the complete story, culminating with the board of the UACC sighting no less than 12 documented abuses by Stephen Koschal. Look through them and come to your own conclusions

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