Building homes with a new chair and a board

Elections results from Greater Vancouver Home Builders’ Association.

Members of the Greater Vancouver Home Builders’ Association (GVHBA) have elected Lynn Harrison as their 2013/2014 Chair at the association’s annual election meeting in Coquitlam.

A Port Moody resident, Harrison is the principal of Harrison Marketing Resources Ltd.

Elected to the 2013/2014 GVHBA Executive Committee were First Vice-Chair Ron Rapp, Morningstar Homes Ltd., Coquitlam; Second Vice-Chair Rob Grimm, Portrait Homes, Richmond; and Secretary/Treasurer Avtar Johl, Platinum Group of Companies, Surrey. The immediate past chair is Blake Hudema, Genstar Development Company, Burnaby.

Elected to the 2013/2014 GVHBA Board of Directors were Peter Andronopoulos, TD Financial Group, Vancouver; Rob Currie, Basement Systems Vancouver Inc., Delta; John Friswell, CCI Renovations, North Vancouver; Candy Hodson, Black Press, Surrey; Richard Kaufmann, Picasso Mouldings, Vancouver;  Dan Noel, FortisBC, Surrey; Ralph Belisle, TQ Construction, Burnaby; Darren Cranston, Polygon Homes, Vancouver; Dan Glavind, Dick’s Lumber & Building Supplies; Burnaby, Deana Grinnell, Bluetree Homes Vancouver; Ian Moes, Kuhn LLP, Vancouver; Gregory van Popta, McQuarrie Hunter, Surrey and Bobby Colburn, WBI Home Warranty Ltd.

Greater Vancouver Home Builders’ Association is comprised of 735 companies representing developers, builders, renovators, sub-trades, suppliers, manufacturers and other professionals in the residential construction industry.

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