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David B. Fisher, PP, AICP with K. Hovnanian Homes Installed as President of the New Jersey Builders Association Other Elect

03/30/2014

Hamilton, NJ, March 25, 2014 – The New Jersey Builders Association (NJBA) is pleased to announce that David B. Fisher, PP, AICP, Vice President of Governmental Affairs for K. Hovnanian Homes, was installed as President of the New Jersey Builders Association (NJBA) today at the 65th Annual Atlantic Builders Convention (ABC) in Atlantic City, New Jersey.

“Mr. Fisher is well-recognized as an industry leader and considered an authority on land acquisition, the planning and design of new communities, urban redevelopment, and regulatory approvals,” stated Carol Ann Short, Esq., Chief Executive Officer of NJBA. “Dave started his career as the Director of Environmental Affairs & Planning for NJBA in 1979. He is the first NJBA staff alumni to become the President of our association. We are confident that NJBA, its members and the building industry will prosper under his leadership.”

“I am honored to serve as President of NJBA. I have been active in the Association for my entire career and firmly believe in its mission to promote, protect and improve the building industry,” added Fisher. "During my tenure as President we will focus on pro-growth initiatives that will have a positive impact on New Jersey’s economy.” Fisher resides in Manasquan, NJ with his wife.

The other installed NJBA Elected Officers are:

—   Vice President: George T. Vallone, Hoboken Brownstone Company

—   Treasurer:Dwight W. Pittenger, Pittenger Builders, Inc.

—   Secretary:John H. Kirkenir, Alliance Homes, LLC

—   Builder Vice President:Thomas F. Troy, Sharbell Development Corporation

—   Associate Vice President:Jeanne Tomlinson, Sears Commercial

—   Second Associate Vice President:John H. Healey, Pella Windows and Doors

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About the New Jersey Builders Association (NJBA)

The New Jersey Builders Association (NJBA) is the leading trade association for the construction industry. Members include residential and commercial builders, developers, remodelers, subcontractors, suppliers, engineers, architects, consultants and other professionals. NJBA serves as a resource for its members through continuing education and advocacy. NJBA and its members strive for a more vibrant, greener, and affordable housing market in New Jersey. Additional information is available at www.njba.org.

 

03/30/2014 - 14:10

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