Fenestration Canada elects Cam Drew president
Fenestration Canada

TORONTO – Cam Drew, managing partner of Thermoproof Windows & Doors, was elected president of Fenestration Canada. Association members also elected Jennifer Small, president and CEO of Screenco Group, to treasurer.

Drew joined Thermoproof, the largest window and door manufacturer on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, in 2008. “I am looking forward to working with our board of directors, members, and partners to ensure that Fenestration Canada remains a leader in the Canadian fenestration sector,” Drew said. “Together, we will continue to bring value to our members and remain a positive force for change within the fenestration industry.” 

Cam Drew Thermoproof Fenestration Canada president
Jennifer Small Fenestration Canada Treasurer, CEO Screenco
Mike Bruno
Cam Drew Jennifer Small Mike Bruno

Small and her mother Eva Ryterband acquired Screenco Manufacturing in 2001. The company now operates several plants in Canada and the U.S. and is considered the largest window and patio screen manufacturer in Canada. Small has been involved in Fenestration Canada for many years serving on the Spring Conference and WinDoor committees. Since 2013, she has held a position on the board and has been on the executive committee since 2017. She has held the positions of Vice President, President, Past President and now Treasurer.

Drew succeeds Mike Bruno, president of the Everlast Group of Companies. He will transition into the role of past president.


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