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Building Industry Association names John Curtin of Hemmer as president, elects officers, and directors

The Building Industry Association of Northern Kentucky installed its 2018 leadership at an event recently held at Summit Hills Country Club in Crestview Hills.

State Representative Sal Santoro was on hand to perform the ceremony. 

“This is an exciting year for us.  We are continually evolving and experiencing new leaders every year,” said Brian Miller, executive vice president of the trade group. “2018 is the first year our President is solely a commercial builder/developer.  John Curtin is a dynamic leader and we look forward to seeing our association grow because of his efforts as President of our association in 2018 and the efforts of his leadership team.”

2018 Officers

Kentucky State Representative Sal Santoro installs the 2018 Directors and Officers of the Building Industry Association of Northern Kentucky.
The officers are John Curtin, Paul Hemmer Company, President; Bill Cullen, Cullen Brothers, Immediate Past President; Tom Withorn, Craftsmen by Design; Vice President Ross Kreutzjans, Kreutzjans Construction Company, LLC, Secretary/Treasurer; Watson Jones, C.K. Ash Insurance, Associate President; and John Cain, Wiseway Supply, Associate Vice President

John Curtin

2018 Directors
Shad Sletto, EGC Construction
Ben Taylor, Drees Homes
Fred Cernetisch, Pella
Mike Riegler, Len Riegler Blacktop
Brandy Roberts, Florida Tile
Nick Smith, Keller Williams Realty
Mike Willenbrink, Land Development Council President, Bayer Becker
Michelle Caldwell, Sales & Marketing Council President, Huntington Bank

The mission of the Building Industry Association of Northern Kentucky is to promote and enhance the integrity and visibility of the construction industry and the members of the organization through advocacy, communication, education and political action.  To learn more about the association visit www.BuilderNKY.com.

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