Like his grandfather and father, John Gahm always wanted to be a woodworker. Dwight Gahm purchased Kitchen Kompact in 1955, and John’s father Walt, and uncles Gordy and Phil, joined after college. “I followed in their footsteps and began working at Kitchen Kompact after I graduated from college,” said John.
With new leadership on board, KCMA moves forward to meet the changing needs of today’s cabinet industry.
The Kitchen Cabinet Manufacturers Association (KCMA) elected officers and directors for 2015-2016 at the KCMA 60th Annual Convention & Leadership Conference held at The Meritage, Napa, California, April 26-29, 2015.
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Woodworking Network's reports from the LIGNA and interzum shows dominated the Top 10 most viewed articles of the week. But a case study on Kitchen Kompact's cabinet assembly prowess edged out all, including stories about laser edgebanding and compressed hot air edgebanding.