ICFA names 2010 Officers
November 4, 2009,
The International Casual Furnishings Association has named its officers and directors for 2010.
Dudley Flanders of Lloyd/Flanders, Fort Smith, Ark., will continue as ICFA chairman, joined by vice chairman Gary Ecoff of Carls Patio, based in Boca Raton, Fla.
New on the ICFA Board of Directors and serving three-year terms are Marcia Blake, Outdoor Interiors Inc. of Laguna Niguel, Calif.; Eric Graham, Century Leisure, Hickory, N.C.; Cap Hendrix, Tropitone, Irvine, Calif.; Marc McDonald, Leisure Living, Salt Lake City, Utah; Mark Pace, Jo Pa, Richmond, Va.; Marcus Scrudder, Woodard, Coppell, Texas, and Eddie Tarkington, Mr. T’s, Nashville, Tenn.
Also elected to serve new three-year terms were Bill Brown, Brown Jordan International, Birmingham, Ala., and Rory Rehmert, Pride Family Brands, Hollywood, Fla. Elected to serve a one-year term is Larry Talbott of Fishel’s in Portland, Ore.
The following individuals are continuing terms on the Board of Directors. Serving two-year terms: Todd Crandall, Crandall & Associates, Roswell, Ga.; Bill Echols, Tommy Bahama, Birmingham, Ala.; Karen Galindo, Greenhouse Mall, Austin, Texas; Gary McCray, Laneventure, Conover, N.C.; Eric Parsons, Gloster Furniture, South Boston, Va., and Debbie Stegman, Patio & Hearth Shoppes Inc., Centerville, Ohio.
Others serving one-year terms include Ken Burrows, Terra Furniture, City of Industry, Calif.; Petey Fleischut, Casual Marketplace, Hockessin, Del.; John Mulholland, Rock Wood Casual Furniture, Oakville, Ontario, Canada; Doug Peppler, Agio International USA, Rippon, Wisc.; Terri Lee Rogers, O.W. Lee Company, Ontario, Calif., and David Swers, Glen Raven Inc., Glen Raven, N.C.
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