CKCA elects Heidi Boudreault president
June 15, 2020 | 12:19 pm CDT
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OTTAWA, Ontario – Heidi Boudreault, general manager and co-owner of Denca, a custom cabinet manufacturer based in Calgary, Alberta, is the new president of the Canadian Kitchen Cabinet Association (CKCA). She was elected to a three-year term during the CKCA’s virtual general meeting on May 29.

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Boudreault succeeds Mike Slabodian, sales and product analyst for Décor Cabinets of Morden, Manitoba. Slabodian will continue to serve on the CKCA board as past president.

Rounding out the CKCA board’s executive team are Pete Fournier, president of Triangle Group Ltd. of Moncton, Ontario, vice president, and James Dewinetz, president of Pacific Rim Cabinets of Delta, British Columbia, treasurer.

Sandra Wood, CKCA executive director, said the Zoom board meeting replaced the one that would have taken place in person at the association’s National Forum in New Brunswick/Prince Edward Island.  CKCA has already announced plans to hold its 2021 National Forum in NB/PEI June 10-12. The forum includes tours of manufacturing plants.

Learn more about the entire CKCA Board of Directors.

 

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