Two weeks ago, BUILDER reported that the New Hampshire Home Builders Association lost its executive staff due to the financial stress of a slowed market. Now, the members have stepped in to run the show. The Union Leader reports:
CONCORD — The New Hampshire Home Builders Association announced a new leadership team Wednesday, following the recent departures of its long-time executive vice president, its board president and past president.
Paul L. Sullivan, president of The Sullivan Co. Inc., is the new president, the association said in a release.
“I’ve been a member of NAHB for 25 years, and I understand the value of local membership in the New Hampshire Home Builders Association as well as the importance of the national federation to the success of our industry,” Sullivan said.
Will Infantine, president of Aspen Insurance Agency, is the new associate vice president.