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Builders Exchange elects 2014 officers

UPublish story by Kevin D. Coffey

Member companies of The Builders Exchange of East Central Ohio recently elected the organization’s officers for 2014.

Dale Eckelberry of Unified Contract Glass is the 2014 president. Other officers are Craig Lonce, Fred Olivieri Construction Co., immediate past president; Dave Mathie, Mathie Supply Co., past president; John Ross, Harpst Ross, Ltd; vice president; and Greg Endres, KeyBank Corp., treasurer. Kevin Coffey serves as the organization’s executive director.

The 2014 Board of Directors includes: Jim Chapman, Selinsky Force; Jeff Hein, Hein Construction; Fred Horner, Advanced Industrial Roofing; Bob Kisha, Kisha & Tabellion; David Krutz, The Ruhlin Co.; Tim Schmid, Schmid Mechanical; Matt Sterling, Beaver Excavating Co.; and Wes Sima, The Belden Brick Co.

The Builders Exchange of East Central Ohio is a member-supported commercial construction trade organization serving the regional construction industry. Today, more than 400 construction- and construction-related companies in Stark, Summit and 14 other northeastern Ohio companies are members of the Exchange.

With more than 100 years experience in building better communities, BX membership includes general contractors, sub contractors, architects, engineers, material suppliers, insurance providers, attorneys, bonding and financial firms and other construction professionals. It is the only fully represented construction trade association enabling individuals, firms or associations to meet on an equal basis to discuss and resolve common issues.


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