ICFA names 2010 Officers
November 4, 2009-- Casual Living,
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 to the Executive Committee and serving one-year terms are Russ Sorenson, Hanamint Corp., Greensboro, N.C.; Henry Vanderminden IV, Telescope Casual Furniture, Granville, N.Y., and Butch Wallace, Yard Art Patio and Fireplace in Irving, Texas.
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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