The New Jersey Builders Association (NJBA) is pleased to announce that George Vallone of Hoboken Brownstone Company was installed as President of the New Jersey Builders Association (NJBA) on March 24th at the 66th annual Atlantic Builders Convention (ABC) in Atlantic City, New Jersey.
On April 7th, Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop honored Vallone with a replica installation at City Hall earlier today that will be seen on local cable TV.
“I am honored to serve as President of NJBA. I and the other Elected Officers for 2015 are dedicated to putting builders back to work and putting families into homes across New Jersey,” said Vallone. “Our industry has made great strides since the recession and I’m looking forward to building upon that growth. I’m very proud of my company’s Hoboken roots and I’m honored that Mayor Fulop invited me to be installed by him in the City where the vast majority of our development work is taking place.”
“George Vallone is a true leader in NJBA and we are confident that the association, its members and the construction industry will prosper under his leadership,” said NJBA CEO Carol Ann Short, Esq.
Installed along with Vallone at the ABC were the 2015 NJBA Elected Officers:
— Vice President: Dwight Pittenger, Pittenger Builders
— Treasurer: John Kirkenir, Alliance Homes, L.L.C.
— Secretary: Tom Troy, Sharbell Development Corp.
— Builder Vice President: Corey Wescoe, PulteGroup
— Associate Vice President: Jeanne Tomlinson, Sears Commercial
— Second Associate Vice President: John Healey, Pella Windows & Doors