The International Surface Fabricators Association (ISFA) announced the changes to the association’s Board of Directors for 2014. Fabricator Member Directors are chosen by association members, for a term of three years, with the option to renew for a second consecutive three-year term. The results of the association election were revealed at its recent annual meeting in Orlando, Fla
David Paxton, of Paxton Countertops in Eagle, Mich., will assume the role of President of the ISFA Board of Directors on Jan. 1, 2014. Paxton replaces Mike Langenderfer, of The Countertop Shop in Holland, Ohio, who now takes on the role of Immediate Past President. The former Immediate Past President, Russ Berry, of A.S.S.T. in Hanover, Pa., has now retired from the Board after several years of exemplary service to the association and the industry. Also stepping down from the board after fulfilling their terms are Associate Member Representatives Michael Astill, of R.S. Hughes in Salt Lake City, and Mark Anderson, of Cosentino in Stafford, Texas. Replacing them as Associate Member Representatives are John Hansen, of Kohler Co. in Kohler, Wis., and Jeff Smith, of Gemstone in Elkhart, Ind.
Rounding out the Executive Committee of the Board are Mellisa Hill, of Oldcastle Surfaces in Atlanta, Vice President; Erica Hussey, of JCW Countertops in Woburn, Mass., Treasurer; and Adam Albee, of Lincoln Lamination in Lincoln, Neb.
Three new board members were also voted in: Kate Dillenberg, of Bisley Fabrication iin Gresham, Wis., Mike Woods of Creative Countertop Solutions in Nashville, and Ryan Miller of VT Industries in Holstein, Iowa. Each will serve in the position of Director.
About ISFA: The International Surface Fabricators Association (ISFA) is a not-for-profit trade association dedicated to helping its members become more profitable through education, fostering professionalism and promoting the countertop industry. For more information or to schedule an interview with ISFA president, David Paxton, contact Communications Director Kevin Cole at 815-721-1507 or [email protected].
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