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NARI Elects New Officers for 2014-2015

April 16, 2014

During its 2014 spring business meeting, the National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI) named immediate past president Art Donnelly (above, right), MCR, CKBR, of Legacy Builders & Remodelers Corp. in Mount Sinai, N.Y. as its chairman of the board and elevated Kevin Anundson (above, left), MCR, CKBR, of Renovations Group Inc., Elm Grove, Wis., to the office of president.

As Donnelly begins his new position as chairman of the Board of Directors, he will continue to focus on helping NARI provide professional and educational opportunities for member and customers. “I want NARI to be considered synonymous with success, by encouraging professionalism in the industry through increased awareness and commitment to the highest standards in its members,” said Donnelly.

Anundson assumes the role of president after serving as president-elect, secretary and treasurer, as well as chairman of the Certification Board. His experience in NARI leadership also includes involvement at the local level, where he has served on several committees, the Board of Directors and the Executive Committee as treasurer and vice president of Milwaukee NARI/Home Improvement Council.

“As the ‘Voice of the Remodeling Industry,’ NARI members are on the forefront of home remodeling trends—from layout and accessibility to creating greener and more energy-efficient homes,” said Anundson. “I view my responsibility as equally shared between providing homeowners with the most knowledgeable and quality-minded contractors and suppliers, and providing benefits to our 27,000- plus members that cannot be realized by any other organization. In addition, I will continue to advance our legislative agenda and member participation to support our industry in a year of predicted growth.”



The remaining officers, also elected and announced during the meeting, include: president-elect Judy Mozen (above, right) CR, GCP, of Handcrafted Homes Inc., in Roswell, Ga.; treasurer H. Dale Contant (above, left), MCR, UDCP, of Atlanta Design & Build, Marietta, Ga.; and secretary Robert Didier, of Benco Construction, Bohemia, N.Y.
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