WCLBMA announces board moves

There’s a new slate of officers for the West Coast LBM Association

BY HBSDealer Staff

The 102-year-old West Coast Lumber & Building Material Association elected Mark Boone, president and COO of Champion Lumber as president for the 2019-2020 term. Boone has served on the WCLBMA board of directors the past six years, the last two years as first vice president.

Champion Lumber is a family-owned business established in 1950 in Riverside, Calif. Champion Lumber has been a member of the WCLBMA since 1997.

In addition to Mark Boone as president, other officers and members of the board include:
• First vice president, Frank Addiego, All Bay Mill & Lumber, American Canyon;
• Treasurer, Sean Fogarty, Osborne Lumber, Newark.
• Past president, Victor Fresca, Dixieline Lumber and Home Center
• Dealer director, Brian Pierce Friedman’s Home Improvement, Santa Rosa.
• Associate Director, Pat Zan, Taiga Building Products, Rocklin;
• Associate Director, Vic Hausmaninger, HBLA CPAs, Irvine.

Re-elected to the board of directors for a second three-year term as a Dealer Director was Matt Endriss, Central Valley; and re-elected as an Associate Director was Thom Wright, Sierra Pacific Industries, Redding.

Mark Boone

Augie Venezia was re-elected to the board of directors as government affairs chair.

Holdover directors are Barrett Burt, Ganahl Lumber, Pasadena; Rick Deen, Nichols Lumber, Baldwin Park; Marc Mizgorski, Hayward Lumber, Monterey; Chris Fleiner, Reno/Carson Lumber, Reno; Barry Schneider, Bear Forest Products, Riverside; and Glenda DeFrange, Straight Line Transport, Huntington Beach.   Ken Dunham, WCLBMA executive director, serves ex officio on the board of directors as corporate secretary.

The incoming president of Second Growth, WCLBMA’s young professionals group, Steve Schroeder, Ganahl Lumber, will join the board in a non-voting capacity in December.

The West Coast Lumber & Building Material Association (WCLBMA) is one of the largest lumber and building material trade associations in the country. It has been active in California and adjacent states since the early 1900s. The organization is also affiliated with the National Lumber & Building Material Dealers Association.



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