The International Surface Fabricators Association announced changes to the association’s board of directors for 2012. 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, while associate member directors are also chosen by association member for a term of one year, with the option to renew for a second consecutive one-year term.
Russ Berry, of Allegheny Solid Surface Technologies, was installed as president, replacing Hunter Adams, of Trindco, who now assumes the role of immediate past president. Rormer immediate past president, Evan Kruger, of Solid Tops, and associate member representatives Bryan Stannard, of ITW Plexus, and Harry Hollander, of Moraware, retired.
Others named to the executive committee include: Mike Langenderfer, of The Countertop Shop, as vice president; Joe Hoffman, of Hoffman Fixtures Company, as secretary; and Dave Paxton, of Paxton Countertops, as treasurer. New members voted in include: Christina Maria Humiston, of Block Tops; Jon Blasius, of Blasius Inc.; Mark Anderson, of Cosentino USA; and Michael Astill, of R.S. Hughes.
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