H B OME UILDERS A SSOCIATION NEWSBRIEF The Official Newsletter of the Home Builders Association of Greater Southwest IL To promote, educate and advocate for the Residential Building & Remodeling Industry; providing resources that benefit industry professionals and consumers in the communities we serve. June 2018 issue www.hbaswi l .org Over 100 shooters braved the weather to get their shots in with rain gear and smiles from all. The facility was very gracious to put a shotgun on every stationfor participants to use instead of their own. Scores, moments and winner announcements are throughout this issue. B Flight winning team, Yaekel & Associates Team #1 took home 1st Place with a score of 304 Jerry Yaekel Marc Frederick Mark Dill David Isselhard Casey Sweeney 80 71 83 70 62 IN THIS ISSUE • Sport Clay Shoot Review • State Legislative Session Updates • Home Show 2019 BIG NEWS • Grafton River Cruise • Day at the Races • Operation Finally Home - House Dedication • PWB Cook & Connect • Herschel E. Johnson Golf Classic • Save the Date - Fishing Tourney & ParTee Golf • Membership & Industry News • Homes on Parade Announcement • June Calendar Henges Interiors, with a score of 213 58 Jon Edler David Padgett Mark Potthast Tim Dettmer Guy Aaron Klemme 37 31 30 67 51

It appears as though the Illinois General Assembly is going to adjourn on time (tonight) with a “balanced” budget that received, not only bi-partisan support, but the most support I’ve ever seen from both sides of the aisle in my 35 years here in Springfield. The budget passed 56-2 in the Senate 98-17 in the House. It was truly remarkable to watch as the hardball partisan politics was pushed aside in favor of making a budget with Democrat & Republican input, in the House, Senate, and in the Governor’s office. I was not certain that we’d ever see such a thing again. A full list of legislation monitored by HBAI this spring will be coming your way early next week. I look forward to seeing all of you on June 21st for our 2nd board meeting of the year. That meeting will be used to review our legislative session, create our nominations committee, focus on membership services, focus on PAC fundraising & contributions, and much more. Thank You all for your guidance on the bills and amendments we worked on since January. We did well to protect our industry from a lot of bad bills and we can hopefully move some good legislation in the fall veto session that will help our members here in Illinois. Have a great summer everyone, I will be in touch soon with “2 Minute Warnings on Laws You Should Know” and plenty of articles keeping you updated on what the state association is doing for you. HBA PAC Pledge Local HBA PAC Annual Donation __$25 donation __ $50 donation __ $100 donation __ $500 Annual donation includes 1 Gov’t Official Reception ticket ($250 Local; $150 State; $100 National) __ $1,000 Annual donation Includes 2 Gov’t Official Reception tickets and 3 PAC 50/50 raffle tickets. ($500 Local; $300 State; $200 National ) __ Other amount $____________ ____________________________________________________________ Name & Company Name: We’re your watchdog and voice for the New Construction and Remodeling Industry in all our local cities and towns! Home Builders Association PAC 6100 West Main St., Maryville, IL 62062 Office: (618) 343-6331 - Fax: (618)343-6335 www.hbaswil.org ~ Email: hba@hbaswil.org 2 _____________________________________________________________ Phone# & Email: ___Amount enclosed (payable to Southwest IL HBA PAC) ___Invoice company A copy of our report is (or will be) filed with the State Board of Elections

1237 Central Park Drive, O’Fallon FRIDAY 22 FEBRUARY 2019 SATURDAY 23 SUNDAY 24 2pm - 7pm 10am - 6pm 11am - 4pm Booth space reservations are now open for HBA Members! Cruise on over to our website and pick out your space in the Interactive Floor Plan and complete the booth space contract in the Exhibitor Packet 3

SPONSORS Award Sponsor Sandberg Phoenix & von Gontard Snack/Beverage Sponsor AUTCOhome Appliance Custom Marble Pella Window & Door Station Sponsors 1st National Bank of Waterloo Allen Roofing & Siding Associated Bank Belleville News-Democrat BOS Banking Center Broadview Screen CertainTeed Corporation Heartland Turf Farm Himstedt Roofing Kerber, Eck & Braeckel Light Brite Marketplace Magazine Martin Glass Red-E-Mix Ron Woods Excavating Rose Creek Lumber Scott Credit Union Shake & Shingle Supply TheBANK of Edwardsville US Bank Home Mortgage Wilke Window & Door Yaekel & Associates Gun Raffle Sponsor Yaekel & Associates Insurance Services 2018 Sport Clay Shoot Committee: Chair: Scott Bauman, Himstedt Roofing Joe Knox, Copious Technologies; David Padgett, Padgett Building & Remodeling; Joe Devereux, Sandberg Phoenix & von Gontard; Mark Dill, US Bank Mortgage Jerry Yaekel, Yaekel & Associates 4 Score Sheet Sponsors ABC Supply Champion Waterproofing Vogt Builders T-shirt Sponsors

Registration welcoming shooters (left) with smiles from HBA EO, Tracy Butler, Lisa Adams with MarketPlace Magazine & Art Stumpf with AUTCO Home Appliances. Scott Gruber with First MidIllinois Bank & Trust (right) showing off the shot gun and selling the heck out of the raffle tickets! Shooters are all checked in, sizing up their competition and hoping for the rain to stop. On to the course with David Padgett sending kisses (left), Jerry Yaekel deep in thought (middle) and Pat Franz (right) getting insight from NILO staff at the stand. 5

Shooters & Sponsors & Staff enjoying moments in and out of the rain getting in on the sharp shooter contest, refueling with snacks and drinks or just finding a place to dry off for a few minutes 6

Sport Clay Shoot Teams and their Scores Arrowhead Building Supply—Team Score 197 Terry Fowler Rich Layton Mike Geller EJ Pfersky Pat Conder Bobby The Beast 44 37 40 47 66 52 AUTCOhome Appliances — Team Score 227 John Roth McDara Paul Mark 51 46 63 67 Authorized Appliance/Copious Tech/ TFH Construction — Team Score 235 Dan Haverstick Joe Knox Tony Huff Chris Kevin 55 41 58 69 53 Team C.A. Jones Inc. — Team Score 208 68 44 54 38 40 42 Jay Toler Brian Orr Dylan Eschmann Chris Jones Adam Marlin Jesslie Lopez Custom Marble / TheBANK of Edwardsville — Team Score 240 Lowell Powell Jim Pfersity John Venarsky Mark Davitz Mike Grupe Matt Stukenberg 75 69 43 44 52 36 Team Fulford Homes/ Cardinal Door 48 Jeff Spears Wayne Huelsmann Steve Hutchingson 22 48 34 49 Mark McBride Nick Ottinger HBAI Leadership/ Light Brite — Team Score 235 39 Padgett Building & Remodeling — Team Score 231 E Jason Paliatka Allen Drewes Mike Keith Pat Don Padgett 39 73 69 54 8 Stewart England Zec Bishop Gaines Smith Matt Steely Kelley Sawyer 57 35 58 52 58 58

Sport Clay Shoot Teams and their Scores Team SCI Engineering/ Ron Woods Excavating — Team Score 252 Dave Dillow Scott Billings Mike Farrell Ron Woods Mike Yarber 64 70 76 36 42 Sandberg Phoenix & vonGontard/ RedE-Mix — Team Score 269 Joe Devereaux Andrew Schoenberg Chris Byrne Mark Foy Chris Cooper 66 71 46 63 69 Srogus Construction — Team Score 193 BJ Srogus Frank Srogus Cody Srogus Joe Srogus Harry Stewart Dillon Huschle 44 23 44 19 50 55 Sherwin Williams — Team Score 211 16 47 43 13 69 52 Mark Millay Todd Cook Nick Kasate Steve Tyler Brad Moose Nathan Grodeon Timberline Construction — Team Score 162 Scott Belcher Rachelle Mansholt Darrin Pitts Adam Cange James George Jim George 28 25 38 55 22 41 S&S Drywall / Tamko — Team Score not recorded Jacob Stagg Herbie Rocky Shemwell 49 31 49 Yaekel & Associates #3 — Team Score 264 Team Yaekel & Associates #4 — Team Score 241 Greg Brown Eric Pointer Jeff Linder Steve Dill Brett Claus Kevin Benson 56 62 82 57 63 46 Jim Lynch Cole Berry Chris Berry Bryan Dodd Jason Spengler Marty McCabe 9 54 68 61 39 58 33 Yaekel & Associates #2 — Team Score 242 Mark Eichholz Mark Vasquez Scott Behrmann Scott Bauman Chris Gaby 63 69 49 41 61

Over 10,500 shots were heard on the course followed up with lunch from Who Dat’s served by HBA President, Chair Matteo with Fulford Homes, and announcements for prize winners Fur and Feather Award Mark Millay posing in place of winner Steve Tyler w/ Team Sherwin Williams with a Score of 13 out of 100 50/50 raffle Winner Patrick Flowers w/ Team Light Brite Sharp Shooter Contest Winner Top Gun Award Mark Dill w/ Team Chris Jones w/ Team C.A. Jones Yaekel & Associates #1 with a 83 out of 100 Winner of Gun Raffle - Scott Giffhorn w/ Red-E-Mix (not present) 10

Please mark your calendar to be part of the celebration & ceremonies dedicating a mortgage-free home to the Poggi Family Mastoutah. This is the final pilar event in this process. Guests, Dignitaries & Media will be present to capture the moments from ribbon cutting, presentation of colors, Poggi family first viewing of the completed home, etc., to share with our communities. Thank you to over 60 companies, individuals and organizations that made this home possible for the Poggi Family 11

INVITE YOUR INDUSTRY FRIENDS TO JOIN TODAY! • WE ARE the only organization that watches over our industry. • Most companies not involved in the HBA have not been asked! • You are a member so why shouldn’t those you “work with” belong? • Strengthening our numbers will give us more clout with Government Officials. • Every Builder started with 1 home, no business is too small to be part of the HBA. • Not just for Builders & Remodelers - our HBA is made up of professionals in finance, real estate, suppliers, specialty services and sub-contractors along with Builders/Remodelers/ Developers. 12

ANNUAL Day at the Races TUESDAY, June 19, 2018 Gates Open: 11:30 am First Race: 1:00 pm Fairmount Racetrack, Collinsville $1.50 admission per person  $1 Hot Dogs/soft drinks  $1.50 12 oz. Draft Beer  Sponsored by our Annual Platinum Sponsors $2 Coors Light & Miller Light 16 oz. aluminum bottles This annual event is a great opportunity to enjoy a favorite summer pastime with family, friends and industry colleagues. The HBA staff and representatives can be found between the finish line and the First Turn cafe for HBA members to have a central location to join together. All attendees are welcome to move around the entire facility to enjoy the races, food and drinks at your leisure. Home Builders Association of Greater Southwest Illinois 6100 West Main St., Maryville, IL 62062 Office: (618) 343-6331 - Fax: (618)343-6335 www.hbaswil.org ~ Email: hba@hbaswil.org 13 Home Builders Association of Greater Southwest Illinois 6100 West Main St., Maryville, IL 62062 Office: (618) 343-6331 - Fax: (618)343-6335 Email: hba@hbaswil.org HBA Policy: Registration for this HBA Event is considered confirmation of your participation and will be invoiced if cancellation is not made within 3 days of the event.

Through this award, we encourage women’s careers in the building industry, while enhancing the educational experience. Female Senior High School students or those enrolled in community college under the age of 20 interested in the home building industry and want to further their involvement and knowledge can be awarded the scholarship. Students are judged on the following criteria: academics, involvement within the building industry, extracurricular activities, community involvement, and achievements. We are honored to give these recipients a $500 to $1,000 scholarship. For more information on the Professional Women in Building Council visit www.hbaswil.org or call (618) 343-6331. Sydney Kolnsberg After high school, Sydney’s goal is to earn a degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Kentucky. While majoring in civil engineering, she also would like to minor in Spanish along with pursuing a Master in Business Administration. Sydney’s many impressive accomplishments in high school include: High Honor Roll, Outstanding Spanish Student (Top 1% in a school of 2700 students), Edwardsville Rotary Club Student of the Month January 2018 (Science), and Silver Medallion Winner. She also received first place in a bridge design contest in 2017 and the Worldwide Youth in Science and Engineering 2nd Place Physics in 2018. Elise Maue After high school in Freeburg, Elise will attend Kansas State and study Architecture with plans to earn her Master’s degree in five years. Elise has graduated in the top 15% of her class, was on honor roll all 4 years of high school along with being Treasurer of the National Honor Society, the Vice President of the Art and Design Club, and editor of the year book. Elise has already taken college courses to focus on her intended Architecture path, which runs in her family. Melissa Crosby After graduating Chester High School, Melissa will work at the Asbury Building Center and attend Southwestern Illinois College in Red Bud. Melissa has received 20+ achievements and awards during her high school experience. Some of the highlights were her three awards from the VFW, which included essay and art contests, her Southwestern Illinois College 1st place poetry award, the United States Presidential Recognition for Youth Volunteerism, and the Southern Illinois Regional Leadership Scholarship. 14


With the US-China trade war looking increasingly ominous, two questions are on the minds of many: do trade deficits matter and which side has more to lose? Economists of almost all stripes agree that trade is good, that trade deficits don’t really matter, that the nation that imposes tariffs hurts itself, and that if it faces retaliation, the harm is made worse. That said, why is Trump threatening steep tariffs on Chinese imports? That relates to the second question: China has much more to lose economically in an all-out trade war than the US. But that is not the end of the story. Chinese exports to the US totaled $500 billion in 2017, 4% of its GDP. Our exports to China were just $130 billion, or 0.7% of our GDP. Moreover, US exports to China are not so easily replaced. China can easily stop buying planes from Boeing and instead buy them from Airbus, but then China has no leverage. And while China can stop buying soybeans or oil from the US, those markets are global, and the impacts would be minimal. China could conceivably sell US Treasuries that they hold, but, at a minimum, that would push up China’s currency, which would, in turn, hurt exports, and might plunge the US into a recession, further slowing exports. Finally, if China retaliates against US firms, global manufacturers might no longer consider China as a safe place from which to sell to the US. The resulting loss of foreign investment would hurt Chinese productivity growth and acquisition of foreign technology and industrial know-how. If economically everything looks to be in favor of the US, what’s the problem? Politics. And there, things are very different. If the economic leverage is with the US, the political leverage rests fully with China. Chinese leaders do not have to worry about elections, constituents, critical editorials, or Sunday morning talk shows. On the contrary, when China was angry at South Korea for placing a US-owned anti-missile defense system on their territory, China simply shut down a whole chain of South Korean department stores and Chinese tourists stopped showing up in Seoul. And when China was mad at Japan, rioters attacked Japanese-owned factories and Chinese purchases of Toyotas and Nissans shriveled to nothing in remarkably short order. Now, the US is not Japan or South Korea, so things are much more complicated, but the Chinese are strategically ready. They are responding to our tariffs by, among other things, deliberately slapping import taxes on products made in states represented by key congressional Republicans, such as whiskey from Mitch McConnell’s home state of Kentucky, and Harley Davidson motorcycles, since they come from Wisconsin, the home state of House Speaker Paul Ryan. China’s strategy is to get enough constituents, farmers and business leaders mad at enough Members of Congress in general and Republicans in particular to pressure Trump to back down. Domestically, there is simply no way China can be seen as folding under US pressure. On the contrary, President Xi faces pressure to project China as a world power. And true to form, the Chinese are quickly seeing and raising the tariff ante. As such, China is saying they will not back down, are prepared to suffer any financial costs, and are prepared to play a long game. For Trump to win under these conditions, he will have to be prepared to tolerate a great deal of political pain if his demands are not met, and convince the Chinese that his pain tolerance and endurance is greater than that of Beijing. My bet is that the Chinese either play to Trump’s ego and give him a series of symbolic but largely hollow victories, or that China makes concessions they have offered in the past, but (importantly) offer no timetable for implementation and skirt the core US complaints. That way Trump can claim he has won, but the status quo will essentially be maintained. And, in that case, the Chinese will have emerged victorious. Let the games begin. Elliot Eisenberg, Ph.D. is President of GraphsandLaughs, LLC and can be reached at Elliot@graphsandlaughs.net. His daily 70 -word economics and policy blog can be seen at www.econ70.com. You can subscribe and have the blog delivered directly to your email by visiting his website or by texting the word “BOWTIE” to 22828. 16

EVENT SPONSOR ON COURSE GAMES & CONTESTS ARE ALL INCLUSIVE! • $125 per golfer ~ includes lunch, golf, drinks and dinner (dinner only $25 per person) • 1st, 2nd & 3rd place Prizes for A & B flights • Skins & Mulligans sold at $20 per team • Appropriate attire required: Soft Spike facility. Men collared shirts ~ Ladies golf sleeveless shirts permitted. • Personal coolers are strictly prohibited! Primary Contact_____________________________________________ Company Name_____________________________________________ Phone Number______________________________________________ E-Mail____________________________________________________ Total Golfers Team Mulligans Team Skins ___ $125 each ___ $ 20 p/team ___ $ 20 p/team Total Dinner Only ___ $25 each SPONSORSHIPS Stationary Beverage ___ $200 each Hole Sponsor ___ $100 each Total Amount Due $__________ SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES (includes 1 meal for company representative) Stationary Beverage Sponsor……$200 Be the “go to” stand for all golfers to get their staple refreshments on the course. Hole Sponsor……………..…….$100 Company name and logo on a course sign. Complete the following information to register/sponsor this exciting event Name_____________________________________________________ Name_____________________________________________________ Name_____________________________________________________ Name_____________________________________________________ METHOD OF PAYMENT: ___ Check Enclosed ___ Invoice Member Company ___ Charge to Visa/Mastercard* *credit card payments will include an additional 4% convenience fee Card# _____________________________________________ Exp Date ________________ City/State/Zip ___________________________ Signature____________________________ No refunds or credits will be given for cancellations or no-shows after 07/13/2018 Home Builders Association of Greater Southwest Illinois 6100 West Main St., Maryville, IL 62062 Office: (618) 343-6331 - Fax: (618)343-6335 - Email: hba@hbaswil.org 17

May 2018 Renewed Members May 2018 New Members Ambassador Floor Company - 15 years Butler Home Improvement - 10 years Certa Pro Painters (Belleville) - 9 years Certa Pro Painters ( Madison County) - 3 years Champion Waterproofing - 17 years CMG Custom Construction - 4 years Custom Floors & More, Inc. - 18 years Earthworks, Inc. - 2 years Econ-O-John - 20 years Faber Contracting - 4 years Greener Visions, LLC - 6 years Kappert Construction Co., Inc. - 17 years Liese Lumber Co. - 43 years Light Brite - 18 years Re/Max Results, The RED Team - 1 year Rebel, Inc. - 26 years SCI Engineering - 7 years Shake & Shingle Supply - 13 years Srogus Construction, Inc. - 7 years SunWise Electric & Solar - 5 years TFH Construction, Ltd - 2 years Remodelers Council AUTCO Home Appliances Copious Technologies Professional Women in Building Council Padgett Building & Remodeling (2) Sandberg Phoenix von Gontard PC The REMODELING 550 brings together the nation’s 550 biggest fullservice remodelers, replacement contractor / home improvement firms, insurance restoration firms, and franchisors. Because the fullservice and replacement firms operate so differently, the REMODELING 550 lists and ranks them separately. “We are honored to receive this distinction,” said John Snapat, General Manager. “There are roughly 100,000 remodeling firms in this country with payrolls, so it’s great to know that we’re among the top 0.5% in the nation.” REMODELING editor-in-chief Craig Webb noted there’s a high Alliance Brothers Construction Alliance Brothers Construction Matthew Chacon 305 E. St. Louis St. Lebanon, IL 62254 Cell: (618) 663-9388 Email: mchacon215@yahoo.com SIUe Department of Construction Chris Gordon SIUe Department of Construction Edwardsville, IL 62026 Phone: (618) 650-2088 Email: cgordon@siue.edu Website: www.siue.edu/engineering/ construction Fulford Home Remodeling Ranked 226th on the 2018 REMODELING 550 list of the nation’s biggest full-service remodelers. 18 turnover rate in remodeling, with roughly one-sixth of the firms going out of business annually. “In contrast, the bigger firms have a failure rate of less than 2%,” he said. “Thus, become a REMODELING 550 company indicates that you have quality and staying power—two traits that customers value most.” REMODELING, published by Hanley Wood, is the leading publication in the home improvement industry. REMODELING has and continues to be the indispensable tool that remodelers cannot do without—delivering the business know-how, product and technical information that home improvement pros need to help make smart decisions that will shape their success.


Build an Animal House Enter the house in the HBA Professional Women in Building 2019 raffle with proceeds to benefit the HBA PWB Scholarship program. Animal Houses will be on display at the 2019 Spring Home Show on Feb 22, 23 & 24th at Gateway Classic Cars in O’Fallon. DESIGN GUIDELINES AND REQUIREMENTS Size: Exterior Max: 5’ H x 4’ W x 5’ L Any size at or below the maximum size range will be deemed acceptable and must fit within a standard truck bed. Please note that an interior house should be designed to fit through a standard 3’ door. Weight: Must not need the assistance of a forklift. Take into consideration that each team is responsible for transportation and placing of their doghouse. Also, consider the feasibility of relocation by the winner. CONSTRUCTION REQUIREMENTS All houses should be constructed to be functional and durable for indoor or outdoor use, using materials to withstand the elements, transportation and reasonable wear and tear. All structures must be completed without exposed nails or other materials that will be harmful to humans or animals. The structures will be on public display at 2019 Home Show. As such, the houses are likely to be touched by thousands of visitors. Please make sure all design elements are firmly attached, avoid sharp edges or corners and use of unfinished materials. FINAL SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS All teams will receive the final design form to complete and return to hba@hbaswil.org, no later than December 31, 2018. The final design form will request high resolution photos of the project from beginning to end. DELIVERY Teams will deliver their house to the 2019 Home Show no later than Friday, February 22nd , 2019. TEAM CONTACT ____________________________________________________________________________ Contact Person Name Phone# Email address ____________________________________________________________________________ Business / Organization Name Type of pet built for (circle one) Dog Cat 20 Bird Other ____________ House Size (H x W x L):________________________________________________________ December 31, 2018 ⌂ House Construction Completed ⌂ Final Design form submitted ⌂ Pre-Sale Raffle tickets will be sent to participating members and schools February 01, 2019 ⌂ Facebook voting begins. 2019 Spring Home Show ⌂ House entries will be delivered ⌂ All proceeds from raffle pre-sales must be turned in at time of delivery ⌂ People’s choice awards for votes collected from social media, ticket sales and in person at the Home Show. Portion of People’s Choice proceeds will also be donated to a local Pet Charity. ⌂ Raffle winners drawn. Winners do not need to be present to win. IMPORTANT DATES

Two weekends ~ Saturdays & Sundays September 22-23 & September 29-30 12pm to 4pm every day Builder Fees include open house, home envy video and listing on parade craze app 1st Home = $1,500 2nd Home = $1,000 Platinum Sponsor Gold Sponsor $2000 each Full coverage recognition in print, home envy videos, parade craze app ads, full page magazine ad, press release recognition, featured Facebook ads, HBA website hyperlinks for 10 months. $1,000 each Recognition with “shout out” in Home Envy videos (min 2), half page magazine ad and HBA website hyperlinks for 10 months. Silver Sponsor $ 500 each Recognition with half page ad in magazine and parade craze app banner ad with HBA website hyperlinks for 10 months. Event Magazine Advertising $500 full page ~ $250 half page Industry specific publication that will be featured online in several outlets and in-house at the builder homes. All ads will be in can be submitted in .jpeg or .pdf. format. Magazine & Parade Craze Ad deadline: Friday, August 24, 2018 FOR REGISTRATION DETAILS CONTACT THE HBA OFFICE (618) 343-6331 or EMAIL tbutler@hbaswil.org 21 Full Page 7.25”W x 9.75”H vertical ad ONLY , only ready-to-use ads Parade Craze App 8.5”w x 1.17’h Horizontal ad ONLY Half Page 7.25”W x 4.875”H horizontal ad ONLY 3rd Home = $500


2018 HBA Home Show Corporate Sponsors OFFICERS President, Chris Matteo - Fulford Homes, LLC 1st Vice President, Beth Jacob - Jacob Family Enterprises 2nd Vice President, Aaron Klemme - Klemme Construction Associate Vice President, Mindy Shafer - Wells Fargo Home Mortgage 2018 Home Builders Association Platinum Annual Sponsors Secretary, Jerry Yaekel, Jr. - Yaekel & Associates, Inc. Treasurer, Ken Diel - Kerber, Eck & Braeckel, LLP Immediate Past President, Dave Padgett - Padgett Building & Remodeling Co., Inc. DIRECTORS Jason Klein - Ameren Illinois Art Stumpf- AUTCOhome Appliances Michelle Null - Benchmark Title Company Coy Mullenix - CMI Construction Joe Knox - Copious Technologies Joel Keel - Custom Floors & More Robb Treat - Fairway Independent Mortgage Corp. Mark Fulford - Fulford Construction 2018 HBA Gold Annual Sponsors 2018 HBA Silver Annual Sponsors John Snapat, CAPS, CGR - Fulford Home Remodeling Steve Macaluso - Halloran Construction Jon Edler - Henges Interiors Robert Dee Jr. - Homes by Deesign Josh McDermott - J.T. McDermott Remodeling Contractors Jason Huelsmann - New Tradition Homes Ron Padgett - Padgett Building & Remodeling Barbara Markham - RE/MAX Preferred, The Markham Network Ryan Butler - Remington Properties Jeff Schmidt - RLP Development Sue Schultz - Sandberg Phoenix & von Gontard P.C. Mike Rathgeb - Spencer Homes Mark Vogt - Vogt Builders, Inc. 2018 HBA Bronze Annual Sponsors 23 ADVISORY DIRECTORS Chris Jones - C.A. Jones Garrett Johnson - Garrett E. & Herschel E. Johnson R.E. & Dev. Scott Jacob - Jacob Sunroom & Exteriors Bruce Riedel - RLP Development

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