ICFA announces two new retail council members

HIGH POINT, N.C. — The International Casual Furnishings Association has added two new members to its retail council.

International Casual Furnishings AssociationBruce Erickson of Williams All Seasons, Highland Park, Ill., and David Schweig of Sunnyland Furniture, Dallas, Texas, have each joined the council for a two-year term.

Continuing in leadership roles on the 2011 retail council are Chairman Greg Martin of Kolo Collection, Atlanta, Ga., and Vice Chairman Cathy Galbreath, ABSCO Fireplace & Patio, Birmingham, Ala.

Joanne Clime, Stauffers of Kissell Hill, Lititz, Pa.; Keith Guidry of Percy Guidry Hearth & Patio, Lafayette, La.; and Larry Talbott of Fishel's, Portland, Ore., are serving terms on the council that will conclude at the end of 2011.

Gary Ecoff of Carls Patio, Boca Raton, Fla., and Kristine Schultz-Hutchinson, Patios Plus, Rancho Mirage, Calif., are serving terms that conclude at the end of 2012.

Paul DeMerlis, The Sign of the Skier, Toronto, Ontario; Mary Fruehauf, Fruehauf's Patio & Garden, Boulder, Colo.; and Becky Stover, Stover Hearth & Patio, Frederick, Md., are serving terms that expire at the end of 2013.

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