2008 Officers, Directors Installed by DPHA

Bethesda, MD — Debbie Miller, president of Miller’s Decorative Plumbing and Hardware, in Dania, FL, has become the sixth president of the Decorative Plumbing & Hardware Association.

Miller assumes the presidency of the Bethesda, MD-based DPHA at a time of transition for the association, which has emerged from its inception in 2002 to become the largest trade association in the world dedicated exclusively to the interests of the decorative plumbing and hardware industry.

The 500-member DPHA draws its membership from among independent dealers, manufacturers and manufacturer representatives.

Joining Miller on the DPHA’s 2008 Board of Directors are: President-Elect Jonathan Wood (Brasstech), Secretary Steve Weinberg (The Glassmith Shop), Treasurer Barry Goldberg (Union Hardware) and Immediate Past President Jeff Robboy (Baci by Remcraft).

Additional Directors include: Melissa Allen (Cobblestone Court, Inc.), Jim Babbitt (Hot2Cold), Larry Brodey (Jaclo Industries), Jeff Burton (The Bath and Beyond), Chuck Butch (Altmans), David Crossley (Duravit), Tony Carter (Carter Hardware), Caspar DeJong (Legacy Brass, Inc.), Jack Fase (Alno Inc.), Bill Fiddler (Fiddler’s), Kimberly Frechette
(BainUltra) and Jamie Gregg (Colonial Bronze).

Board members also include Marilyn Hermance (Westheimer Plumbing & Hardware), Dick Isaacs (Mariner America), Sarah Jenkinson (Barber Wilsons & Co./ Black Country Heritage), Larry Kaluzna (Waterware), Mary Labowitz (Premier Marketing), Bob Lando (Community Home Supply), Joe Long (J. Long & Associates), Tim Murphy (Klaffs), Tony Musso (Italbrass), Faye Norton (Designer Hardware by Faye), Jim Rennolds (Neptune Int’l), Ron Raffel (Raffel Sales, Inc.), Mark Rohl (Rohl, LLC), Jody Rosenberg (Sonia America), Al Rykus (Watermark Designs), Steve Shedden (Shedden Sales Company), Debby Stehr (Stehr Enterprises), Stuart Stern (S & H Hardware) and Jim Tomafsky (Mountain Plumbing Products).

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