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. May 2017 issue www.hbaswil.org The NAHB Defender of Housing Award recognizes courageous federal legislators who have demonstrated strong support for housing and NAHB positions on key issues facing the industry. It is an honor to present such a prestigious award to Congressman Mike Bost and Congressman John Shimkus. The Remodelers Council held their first Fishing Tournament and everyone had a “reel” good time! 34 fishermen including children dropped a line at the Edwardsville Gun Club to start their weekend off with some fun friendly competition. Bob Dee - Homes by Deesign, Congressman Mike Bost and Tracy Butler - HBA There could only be one winner for the biggest catch of the day and that was Trent Ketchum with Fulford Home Remodeling! Trent caught a catfish this big! This catfish scaled in at a whopping 7.38 pounds! David Padgett HBA President - Padgett Building & Remodeling, Ken Diel - Diel & Forguson, Congressman John Shimkus, Sue Schultz - Sandberg, Phoenix & von Gontard, Beth Jacob HBA 2nd Vice President- Jacob Family Enterprises, Jan Johnson - Garrett E. & Herschel E. Johnson R.E. & Dev., Alex Martindale - NAHB, Michael Bezruki - NAHB, Joe Lanahan 1st Vice President- Lanahan Construction Services, Josh McDermott - JT McDermott Remodeling and Bob Hanbury - House of Hanbury Builders  Power Hour Conference Review  RC - Fishing Tournament Review  2017 Lobby Day  Sport Clay Shoot  SAFB Air Show Support  Herschel E. Johnson Golf Classic Congratulations Trent for taking home 1st Place! IN THIS ISSUE  Homes on Parade Sponsorships  Membership updates  Industry Updates  Annual Sponsorship Recognition  April Calendar

Thank you to our sponsors for your support in making this event possible! Grub Stand Sponsors Prize Sponsor Tackle Box Sponsors Bait & Hook Sponsors WINNERS! Fulford Home Remodeling Trent Ketchum & John Snapat 1st Place Biggest Fish & Hourly Weight Total 17 lbs .37 oz. Congratulations to Aaron Klemme for winning the Rod & Reel Package valued at $250! Associated Bank Richard & Connor Coolbaugh 2nd Place Biggest Fish .72 oz Fulford Home Remodeling Bobby Robinson & Brian Tschudy 3rd Place for Biggest Fish .72 oz. Light Brite Distributing Jerry Casey & Keith Reinneck Hourly Weight Total 17 lbs. Smallest fish .13 oz 2

Bang for your Buck Opportunities Friday, May 12th 2017 8:00 am Registration NILO FARMS 15025 IL-111, Brighton, IL (618) 466-0613 “One of our Nations finest hunting & shooting facilities” $105 each registration “loaded” with: 100 Rounds of Sporting Clays, Ammo, Drinks, Lunch and Friendly Competition (Protective eye wear required) ___ $105 per Sport Clay Shooter ___ $250 Snack/Soda Station ___ $200 T-shirt Sponsor ___ $150 Score Sheet Sponsor ___ $100 Station Sponsor ___ 1 Raffle Ticket for $20 ___ 3 Raffle Tickets for $50 Snack/Soda Cart Sponsor…………. Signage & opportunity to meet with all shooters T-shirt Sponsor…………………………….$200 Logo on the back of shirts for all shooters Score Sheet Sponsor…………….......…..$150 Logo on all score sheets Station Sponsor…………….….…….. …..$100 Company Name on signage at a station Gun Raffle ($1,000+ value)….…….. Super X4 Sponsored by 1 ticket for $20 or 3 for $50 ~ limited # of tickets sold or $750 cash for the non-shooting enthusiast Winner does not need to be present to win ALL SPONSORS welcome to “man their stations” and will receive 1 comp lunch at the event. Contact the HBA to make arrangements Registration: complete the following information and return it to the HBA office (please print) TOTAL DUE $ _______ Method of Payment: ___Member Invoice ___Check ___Visa/MasterCard* *credit card payments will include an additional 4% convenience fee Credit Card# _________________________________________________ Expiration: ______ Signature: _________________________________ Company Name: ________________________________________________________________________________ Contact Name: _______________________________ Phone#/Email: ___________________________________ Names of attendee(s) _________________________________________T-shirt Size______ _________________________________________T-shirt Size______ _________________________________________T-shirt Size______ HBA Policy: Registration for the Sport Clay Shoot is considered confirmation of your participation and will be invoiced if cancellation is not made within 3 days of the event. _________________________________________T-shirt Size______ _________________________________________T-shirt Size______ _________________________________________T-shirt Size______ 3 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 …..$20-$50

POWER HOUR CONFERENCE Alex Martindale - NAHB and David Padgett, HBA President - Padgett Building & Remodeling NAHB Services Advocacy - nahb.org/priorities Legislative priorities and policy resolutions, BUILD-PAC information, Builder Link Alert sign-up and Advocacy Savings facts. Economic - nahb.org/economics Latest housing policy news with detailed economic forecasts and analysis. Education - nahb.org/education 13 professional designations and expert webinars Legal - nahb.org/legalresources Free legal services. Attorneys can review local ordinances and provide legal research for your case. Member Advantage - nahb.org/ma Access to discounts and savings offered by many top companies. Workforce Development - nahb.org/skilledlabor Resources to help shine spotlights on careers in the construction industry, address labor shortages and help educators direct students to meaningful careers. Networking - nahb.org/20clubs Builders and remodelers in non-competing markets that meet and share experiences and improve their businesses. NAHB News & Resources Midyear BOD and Leg Con - June 13-17, 2017 2017 IBS - 14% rise in floor space sold OSHA Confined Spaces Rule Dept. of Labor Overtime Regulation Waters of the United States (WOTUS) NAHB Links NAHBNow.com - NAHB Advocacy App - ValueOfNAHB.org EyeonHousing.org  HB3826 is an HBAI initiative to end double taxation of new home sales by home rule municipalities.  HB3751 would reserve who decides what assurances are made for the completion of public construction infrastructure that is eventually deeded to a local unit of government. HBAI remains opposed.  HB2816 would have mandated that all new construction contain 5% recycled materials. HBAI is opposed.  HB2771 & SB1296 mandates all employees to provide sick days for their employees. HBAI is opposed.  HB2756 expands an Act allowing stormwater management commissions in certain counties served by the Northeastern Illinois Planning Committee to all counties in Illinois. HBAI opposed  HB2615 would have placed new language in the Mechanic’s Lien Act prohibiting contractors from forcing subcontractors to waive lien rights as a condition of doing business with contractor. HBAI supports this position, but there is current language in the Act that already does this. HBAI registered opposition to HB2615 because of another provision in the bill allowing oral agreements on lien waivers. The Illinois Land Title Association opposed the measure, as well, and the bill was held from consideration on the House Civil Law Committee.  HB366 would have increased penalties for violating the Employee Classification Act. The sponsor withheld the bill from consideration in the house Labor Committee at the request of HBAI and the Illinois Dept. of Labor.  SB09, the omnibus taxation bill that is part of the Grand Bargain in the Illinois Senate, still sits on 3rd Reading there. HBAI will be ramping up opposition to the Service Tax portion of the 500 page bill, as it places a sales tax on home repair services. 4 Alex Martindale, Regional Field Representative of NAHB gave everyone a better understanding of the value of being a NAHB member and the benefits that are available. Bill Ward, Executive Vice President of HBAI shared an update on some of the bills listed below that are affecting the home construction and remodeling industry. Mark Vogt-Vogt Builders, Bill Ward-HBAI and Jeff Schmidt-RP Lumber He encourages everyone to be present at Lobby Day on May 9th and take advantage of the chance to explain our position on bills that will affect our industry and livelihood.


Serve those that Serve us at the Scott Air Force Base 2017 Air Show! HBA members can show their support of SAFB during the 2017 Air Show by providing food service for the Performers, Air Crew & Volunteers on Saturday, June 10 & Sunday, June 11 $500 Sponsorship Opportunity includes:  Company name listed on signage at the main consumer entrance  Company logo on the HBA volunteer shirts  Exposure in HBA press releases, newsletters, website and events Registration Deadline: May 26, 2017 Sponsorship Registration - $500 each Name: __________________________________ Company: _______________________________ Phone #/Email __________________________________ METHOD OF PAYMENT: ___ Check Enclosed ___ Invoice Member Company ___ Charge to Visa/Mastercard* Card# __________________________________________ *credit card payments will include an additional 4% convenience fee Exp Date _______ Signature_____________________ HBA staff will contact you to confirm you logo is correct and any other information needed to promote your business. Volunteer Registration: Name: ___________________________ Company: ________________________ Cell# _____________________________ Email ____________________________ Shirt Size: S M L XL XXL XXXL Shift Request: Saturday, Jun 10 Sunday, Jun 11 ___ 10am - 12 pm ___ 10am - 12 pm ___ 12pm - 2pm ___ 12pm - 2pm ___ 2pm - 4pm ___ 2pm - 4pm 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 7

E Professional Women in Building Metro East The Professional Women in Building Council is excited to announce that w the help from the Remodelers Council a Playhouse has been built for the PWB Council to raffle. Proceeds will benefit their scholarship program! Thank you to the following members of the Remodelers Council for providing the materials, time and production in the building of the Playhouse! PLAY HOUSE RAFFLE! TICKETS $10 each or 3 for $25 Raffle tickets can be purchased by contacting the HBA office (618)343-6331 and during select hours where playhouse is displayed. Actual playhouse will be on display at Jacob Sunrooms, Exteriors and Baths 9723 W. State Rt. 161 - Fairview Heights, IL 62208 (618) 397-4391 DRAWING WILL BE HELD MARCH 4TH, 2018 AT HBA HOME SHOW. WINNER DOES NOT HAVE TO BE PRESENT. 8

The Herschel E. Johnson Golf Classic FRIDAY, JULY 21st, 2017 Far Oaks Golf Course 419 Old Collinsville Rd., Caseyville Check-in/Lunch 10:00 am Shot Gun Start 11:00 am 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! Volunteers are a must for this event! Please contact the HBA office if you can spend the day with the golfers (meals not included) Primary Contact_____________________________________________ Company Name_____________________________________________ Phone Number______________________________________________ E-Mail____________________________________________________ Total Golfers ___ $125 each Team Mulligans ___ $ 20 p/team Team Skins Total Dinner Only ___ $25 each SPONSORSHIPS Give-A-Way Sponsor ___ FULL Stationary Beverage ___ $200 each Course Contest Hole Sponsor Total Amount Due $__________ ___ $ 20 p/team EVENT SPONSOR SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES (includes 1 meal for company representative) Give-A-Way Sponsor..………….FULL Each golfer will receive a great give-a-way gift with your logo. Stationary Beverage Sponsor…...$200 Be the “go to” stand for all golfers to get their staple refreshments on the course. Course Contest Sponsor………...$150 We provide the game and prize, you send the talent and everyone is a winner. Games such as scattered flags, chip shot contest, sling shot and more will be offered. 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____________________________ ___ $150 each ___ $100 each No refunds or credits will be given for cancellations or no-shows after 07/14/2017 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 9

2017 LOCAL NEW HOME START PERMIT REPORTS Madison County, IL Jan Feb YTD Totals 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 56 59 31 40 14 9 18 29 11 13 14 10 21 24 11 11 10 21 14 19 11 12 115 71 23 47 24 24 45 22 31 33 23 Monroe County, IL Jan Feb YTD Totals 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 21 17 13 10 3 7 11 9 5 7 8 2 7 6 8 6 12 8 12 8 6 10 38 23 10 20 12 13 16 8 20 20 16 St. Clair County, IL Jan Feb YTD Totals 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 93 87 63 60 17 30 50 49 26 41 27 30 30 30 34 24 28 15 32 30 28 19 180 123 47 99 67 57 60 58 43 62 47 Above permit reports provided by MarketGraphics. MarketGraphics offers many other housing and subdivision analysis reports. Contact them today to see how that can be of service to you directly. Joe Zanola zanola@zanolaco.com 314.918.7200 www.zanolaco.com brings recognition to the exceptional work performed with Energy Efficiencies in the Metro East. Official Entry Application will be available soon. Entries will be accepted for New and Remodeled Homes that feature: - Energy Efficient Materials - HERS Scores - Specialty Trades - Land Use - Others Applicants and Winners receive consumer and peer recognition throughout the year in print, social media, events and the HBA Green Building Council website page. DEADLINES & FEES: October 1st, 2017 $75 per entry for HBA Member $125 per entry for non-HBA members $25 Entry late fee - project submission after deadline 10

SHARE YOUR SUPPORT of new homes built in the Metro East while saving BIG dollars on a full blown marketing campaign! s o c i a t i Event Promotion Partner $1500 each (Valued at $10k) non-competing companies only Sponsorship Logo recognition in all print advertisements to over 100,000 consumers in St. Clair County & Madison County premier publications, parade craze app ads, full page magazine ad, press release recognition, featured Facebook ads, HBA website hyperlinks for 10 months. Parade Craze App Advertising $1,000 each (max of 7 only) Banner ad you create for rotation in the event app linked directly to your website that will be displayed for 10 months, half page magazine ad, facebook and website promotion of App. Ad size 8.5”w x 1.17”h Event Magazine Advertising $500 full page ~ $250 half page Industry specific publication that will be placed in the BND and in-house at the builder homes. All ads will be in FULL COLOR, only ready-to-use ads can be submitted in .jpeg or .pdf. format. 7.25”W x 9.75”H vertical ad ONLY Magazine & Parade Craze Ad deadline: Monday, May 15 Half Page Full Page 7.25”W x 4.875”H horizontal ad ONLY Parade Craze App 8.5”w x 1.17’h Horizontal ad ONLY __Event Promotion Partner $1500 __ Parade Craze App $1000 __ Full Page ad $500 __ Half Page ad $250 Company _________________________________________________________________________________________________ Contact Name ___________________________________ Email/Phone# _________________________________________ ⌂ Payment Enclosed ⌂ Invoice Company ⌂ Charge to credit card * 4% convenience fee will be added to credit card payments Charge to Visa/Master Card# ________________________________________________ Exp date: ________ Signature: ___________________________________________ The individual completing this contract warrants that he/she has been duly authorized to execute this binding agreement and the HBA Member Company will continue to fulfill these terms even if the individual ceases to be part of the HBA Member Company. SEND COMPLETED FORM TO: 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 www.hbaswil.org 11 p i r o e s n e l i n l t I e t d s y b e ─ h w o H o u m S e e r B u e a t i l d G r e r s o f A s o n t s


After almost reaching $55 per barrel (bbl), oil prices are again falling. What makes this decline particularly baffling is that in late 2016, after seeing prices languish for two years, the Organization of Oil Producing Countries (OPEC) announced that it, along with non-OPEC members such as Russia, would collectively reduce production by 1.8 million bbl/day, or 2% of global supply, starting January 1st. Many observers thought that removing that much supply would stop inventory growth and put upward pressure on prices. After the decision to curtail pumping was announced, oil prices, as expected, quickly jumped from about $43/bbl to close to $55/bbl. Recently, however, oil prices have again started falling. The question is why, and is this decline more likely to be temporary or permanent? High Storage Levels, Low Oil Prices increasing production. The third factor is that in the months leading up to January 1, 2017, when the above-mentioned production cuts were to commence, most OPEC nations sharply raised production levels and exports to maximize short-term revenues. And, after weeks of transatlantic travel, this oil is now finally reaching US shores. There are four main reasons why oil prices are again declining. Firstly, the decision to cut global production set off a flurry of buying by hedge funds, which pushed up prices. However, the rise in prices also encouraged American shale producers to ramp up drilling and production. To wit, the number of oil rigs in operation has more than doubled in the past 12 months. Since OPEC announced that production cuts were coming, US production has increased by almost 500,000 bbl/ day. Moreover, the number of wells that are drilled but uncompleted (DUCs) has risen from 1,250 to 1,750. As oil prices recover, DUCs, which can be quickly completed, are likely to flood the market with yet more supply. Second, several OPEC nations, including Iran, Libya, and Nigeria, were, for any number of reasons, not asked to cut production and have instead all increased production dramatically. Further complicating matters is that many of the nations that have been called upon to make cuts do not have a great history of compliance. In addition, Canada and other non-OPEC nations that are in no way involved with OPEC are also 13 The final factor is the shape of the curve of futures prices, which is closely related to inventory levels. Inventory levels continue to rise and are now at a record 540 million barrels. With inventories so large, near-term prices for oil are lower than long-term prices, a relatively infrequent situation known as a contango. When the contango is sufficiently large, such that storage costs are less than the long-term price of oil minus the short-term price, which is currently the case, investors and speculators buy oil and store it. In the process, the near-term price of oil is driven lower still. To break this cycle, OPEC will have to convince markets that inventories will soon decline and thereby raise near-term prices. The best way to do this would be to promise to extend the current production cuts that are set to expire on June 30th and perhaps promise additional production cuts. The only problem is that as prices rise in response those actions, American shale drillers will drill more wells and the cycle will continue. Elliot Eisenberg, Ph.D. is President of GraphsandLaughs, LLC He can be reached at Elliot@graphsandlaughs.net. His daily 70 word economics and policy blog can be seen at www.econ70.com.

April 2017 Renewed Members 1st National Bank of Waterloo ActOnEnergy Associated Bank Belleville Supply Company Benchmark Title Company Butler Home Improvement CertaPro Painters Champion Waterproofing, Inc. Crown Roofing & Exteriors Custom Floors & More, Inc. Custom Marble, Inc. D.M.I. Plumbing, Inc. Drake Construction LLC Earthworks, Inc. Econ-O-John FCB Banks / FirstCo Mortgage Fulford Construction, Inc. Greener Visions LLC Henges Interiors Green Building Council Champion Waterproofing, Inc. Greener Visions LLC J.T. McDermott Remodeling JLP Homes Kappert Construction Co., Inc. Lantz Homes, Inc. Liese Lumber Co., Inc. Light Brite, Inc. MDB Electric, Inc. O’Fallon Belo Plumbing & Mechanical Padgett Building & Remodeling Quantum Homes, Inc. SCI Engineering Shake & Shingle Supply Spencer Homes Srogus Construction, Inc. TFH Construction Ltd. Wade Sales and Service, Inc. Wells Fargo Home Mortgage Weyerhaeuser Yaekel & Associates, Inc. Professional Women in Building Council Greener Visions LLC Padgett Building & Remodeling (2 new) Remodelers Council - Sherwin-Williams Company 2017 Metamora Fields Par 3 Hole 8 168 yards 2016 Tamarack Par 3 Hole 3 160 yards 14 John Snapat with Fulford Home Remodeling What Does It Take? A statistical look at the rarity of a Hole In One... 450 Million Rounds of golf are played each year Over 128,000 Holes in One are scored each year Odds of multiple Holes in One Providence Bank 1001 S. Fifth St., St. Charles, MO 63301 Phone: (314) 596-1491 Email: mhodges@myprovidencebank.com Website: www.myprovidencebank.com April 2017 New Member Michael Hodges


Illinois on Track to Become First The state of Illinois’ financial condition is just one month shy of being designated “junk” by the nation’s credit agencies. The agencies have warned that if Illinois doesn’t resolve its budget issues by May 31 – the end of the state legislative session – it may be punished with more downgrades. It’s quite possible the agencies could downgrade Illinois bonds to junk status. Ted Dabrowski Vice President of Policy Illinois Policy Institute A junk rating of Illinois’ bonds isn’t just some wonky financial designation that only affects politicians. It has real consequences for the people of Illinois, from the most vulnerable to the wealthiest. Illinois’ political class is to blame for the state’s financial collapse. Lawmakers have been unwilling to enact the spending reforms to stop the bleed and the economic reforms to grow the state’s tax base. Falling to ‘junk’ Illinois, which already has the lowest credit rating of any state, will become the nation’s first junk-rated state if the rating agencies follow through on their downgrade warnings. The only remotely similar companion in this disgrace will be Puerto Rico, the junk-rated American territory that’s suffering a deep crisis of its own. A junk rating would be another blow to Illinois’ already low reputation, further discouraging investment, job creators and the in-migration of new residents. It would also hurt Illinois financially and push up borrowing costs, taking even more funds away from core government programs and social service providers. The state’s fall to junk credit status has been a long time coming. For decades, Illinois politicians have ignored important issues, passed fake reforms and papered over Illinois’ structural problems with tax hikes. Lawmakers haven’t passed a real balanced budget since 2001. A lack of real pension reform has driven Illinois’ pension debt to $130 billion, up nearly $100 billion from a decade ago. And inadequate property tax reform and tax hikes have shrunk Illinois’ tax base, both in people and dollars. As a result, Illinois has been downgraded 19 times by the three major rating agencies since 2009 alone, according to the Commission on Government Forecasting and Accountability. Illinois’ drop to junk status would be its 20th downgrade, assuming a double-notch downgrade by just one agency. 16

The state’s decline is part of a larger story of financial collapse in Illinois. The city of Chicago is already junk-rated. Chicago Public Schools is even deeper in junk territory. And Illinois’ public universities are now facing additional credit downgrades as well. Northeastern Illinois University was recently downgraded further into junk status by the ratings agencies as part of a major review of all universities by Standard & Poor’s. Without major reforms, such as moving state workers to 401(k)-style plans and comprehensive property tax reform, things will only get worse for both Illinoisans and the economy. Illinois needs a real plan Many politicians and pundits and those in the media think that Illinois needs a deal, any deal, to end the current crisis. But Illinois’ past is littered with bad deals enacted in the midst of a crisis. They’re what got Illinois into its current crisis. Former Gov. Jim Edgar’s 1996 pension ramp was a disaster that Illinoisans continue to pay for today. Former Gov. Rod Blagojevich’s $10 billion pension bond deliberately avoided addressing pension reform and simply left Illinoisans with more debt. And former Gov. Pat Quinn’s copycat deals borrowed another $7 billion. Then Quinn’s temporary income tax hike allowed politicians to raise spending, leaving Illinois on a budgetary cliff when that tax hike expired. Every one of those deals had something in common – they all avoided fixing Illinois’ structural spending problems. The Senate’s proposed “grand bargain” does the same. It will only perpetuate Illinois’ dysfunction, something that Illinoisans simply cannot afford. A real plan – and a real balanced budget – must solve those structural problems. If not, Illinois won’t be able to avoid an eventual junk bond rating or get off the path to bankruptcy. 17


2017 HBA Home Show Corporate Sponsors OFFICERS President, Dave Padgett - Padgett Building & Remodeling Co., Inc. 1st Vice President, Joe Lanahan - Joe Lanahan Construction Services 2nd Vice President, Beth Jacob - Jacob Family Enterprises Southwest Illinois Housing Advancement Fund 2017 Home Builders Association Platinum Annual Sponsors Associate Vice President, Mindy Shafer - Wells Fargo Home Mortgage Secretary, Jerry Yaekel, Jr. - Yaekel & Associates, Inc. Treasurer, Robb Treat - Guaranteed Rate, Inc. Immediate Past President, Jeff Schmidt - RLP Development 2017 HBA Silver Annual Sponsors DIRECTORS Jason Klein - Ameren Illinois Michelle Null - Benchmark Title Company Art Stumpf- AUTCOhome Appliances Joe Knox - Copious Technologies Joel Keel - Custom Floors & More Robert Dee Jr. - Homes by Deesign Aaron Klemme - Klemme Construction Jeff Lantz - Lantz Homes, Inc. Jason Huelsmann - New Tradition Homes Barbara Markham - RE/MAX Preferred, The Markham Network Ryan Butler - Remington Properties Mike Rathgeb - Spencer Homes OFFICER REPRESENTATIVE DIRECTORS Ken Diel - Diel & Forguson Mark Fulford - Fulford Construction Chris Matteo - Fulford Homes, LLC John Snapat, CAPS, CGR - Fulford Home Remodeling Matt Brandmeyer - 2017 HBA Bronze Annual Sponsors Madison County Planning & Zoning Ron Padgett - Padgett Building & Remodeling Norm Etling - St. Clair County Sue Schultz - Sandberg Phoenix & von Gontard P.C. Mark Vogt - Vogt Builders, Inc.

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