NARI Elects New Officers for 2010-2011

Paul Zuch, CR, new NARI National president

Des Plaines, IL, May 06, 2010 --( At its Spring 2010 House of Delegates meeting, the National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI) named immediate past president William E. Carter, William Carter, MCR, CKBR, UDCR of William E. Carter Company in Sacramento, Calif., as its chairman of the board and elevated Paul Zuch, CR, of Capital Improvements in Allen, Texas, to the office of president.

Carter, as chair of the Board of Directors, will continue lend his support to NARI. “This year is an important time to foster the growth of NARI membership, the formation of alliance partners and increase involvement in the advocacy for the development of our association so we will remain the only organization devoted solely to the remodeling industry,” he says.

Zuch assumed the role of president after serving in the capacity of vice president for the past year. An active national leader, he has been an officer since 2006, and prior to that served as a regional vice-president and two-year term as president of the Greater Dallas NARI chapter.

“I’m encouraged with the new strategic direction we have moving forward, specifically in the areas of improved consumer awareness, reinforced membership value, improved government advocacy and improved workforce development,” Zuch says. “We have charted a clear course with specific goals and measurable objectives that will significantly elevate each of our members return on investment.”

The remaining officers, also elected and announced during the meeting, include: President-elect Michael Hydeck, MCR, CKBR of Hydeck Design Build in Telford, Pa.; Vice President Dean Herriges, MCR, CKBR of Urban Herriges & Sons Inc. in Mukwonago, Wis.; and Secretary/Treasurer Fred Spaulding, CKBR, of Quality Home Improvements Inc. in Kingwood, Texas.

Paula C. Goedert of Barnes & Thornburg LLP in Chicago serves as general counsel and Mary Busey Harris, CAE, as NARI’s executive vice president for its national headquarters. The elections took place at the Wyndham Phoenix in Phoenix on April 10, 2010.

National Association of the Remodeling Industry
Nikki Golden