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American Society of Home Inspectors Announces
New Officers and Directors

 

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Sheena Quinn
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The American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI), the leading professional organization of home inspectors, announced the results of their annual leadership elections at the recent InspectionWorld conference held in Austin, Texas, January 13-15.  InspectionWorld is the premier educational event of its kind within the home inspection industry.  Leading the slate of new officers who will serve during the upcoming year is President Don Norman of HouseMaster Home Inspection Service, Bridgeton, Mo.  Don Norman has been an ASHI inspector since 1985 and has inspected more than 9,000 homes. He assisted ASHI in the creation of the National Home Inspection Exam and served as a director on the Examination Board of Professional Home Inspectors.

Several other ASHI members were named to prominent positions in the organization.  Joseph Corsetto of Shelterworks, Inc., Dover, N.J. will serve as President-elect; Frank Lesh of Home Sweet Home Inspection Co., Indian Head Park, Ill., will take the role as Vice President; Bill Richardson of Responsive Inspections, Inc., Albuquerque, N.M., will assume the role as Treasurer; and David Tamny of Professional Property Inspection, Columbus, Ohio, will serve as Secretary. 

Board of Directors

The following members were elected to ASHI's Board of Directors for 2005:  Gregory Caudill of Home Review, Inc., Manassas, Va.; Bill Jacques of American Inspection Service Inc., Ravenel, S.C.; Tore Knos of Champia Corporation, Marietta, Ga.; Bill Loden of Insight Home Inspection Inc., Madison, Ala.; John Wenger of J.C. Wenger Home Inspection Company, Colorado Springs, Colo.; and John Gerardi of Gerardi Engineering, Poughkeepsie, N.Y., alternate.

About ASHI

Formed in 1976, the American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI) is the oldest and most respected non-profit professional society for home inspectors in North America.  Its mission is to promote excellence and exemplary practice within the profession.  ASHI's Standards of Practice and Code of Ethics are the recognized guidelines for the home inspection profession.

For more information on the American Society of Home Inspectors, contact the association at 932 Lee Street, Suite 101, Des Plaines, Ill. 60016.  Phone: 800-743-2744.  Or visit the ASHI Web site at www.ASHI.org

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For More Information

Formed in 1976, the American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI) is the oldest and most respected non-profit professional society for home inspectors in North America. Its mission is to promote excellence and exemplary practice within the profession. ASHI's Standards of Practice and Code of Ethics are the recognized guidelines for the home inspection profession.

For more information on the American Society of Home Inspectors, contact the association at 932 Lee Street, Suite 101, Des Plaines, Ill. 60016. Phone: 800-743-2744. Or visi t the ASHI Web site at www.ashi.org. While online, experience ASHI's Virtual Home Inspection tool, which provides an interactive overview of the 10 main areas of the home that are part of an ASHI Inspection.


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