Richard Palmer
Richard Palmer, Jr. – Founder and CEO of ComputerLogic, Inc., headquartered in Macon, GA.

Rick Palmer has been involved with the collision repair industry for over 30 years.  During this time he led the development effort for numerous innovative software applications that are used today by all segments of this industry; including repairers, paint and material manufacturers and distributors, and insurers.  As an original member of CIECA, he has served on the Board since 1995 and was the Chairman of the Board of Trustees in 2003.

Mr. Palmer graduated from the University of Georgia with a BBA degree in Accounting, Georgia Southern University with an MBA in Accounting, and from Mercer University’s School of Law with a Juris Doctorate degree.  Before entering business, Rick server as a U. S. Army officer for four years, including a tour of duty in Vietnam as a Dust-Off (medical evacuation) helicopter pilot.  Prior to founding ComputerLogic he practiced law and was an executive officer for several national companies doing business in the automotive aftermarket.
Trustees
    2019 Officers
 
Allstate Insurance
  Clint Marlow
Automotive Service Association
 
Roy Schnepper
AudaTex, A Solera Company
 
Scott Jenkins
Axalta Coating Systems
 
Caliber Collision Centers  
Ashley Denison
California Casualty Management
  Greg Best
Car-Part.com
 
CCC Information Services
  Dan Risley
ComputerLogic, Inc.
 
Enterprise Holdings
 
Fix Auto USA
 
The Hertz Corporation
 
Insurance Auto Auctions
 
Keystone Automotive
 
Mitchell International
 
Nationwide Insurance
 
NuGenIT   Pete Tagliapietra
Pride Collision Centers
 
Safelite Solutions, LLC
  Michael Naoom
State Farm Insurance
  Steve Meulemans
SCRS
  Charles Dillard