American Society of Home Inspectors Elects New Leadership
ASHI Charter member takes seat as respected association’s president
- Marvin Goldstein named 2012 ASHI president
- ASHI named 2012 president-elect, vice president, treasurer and secretary at annual InspectionWorld conference
DES PLAINES, Ill., (January 9, 2012) - The American Society of Home Inpsectors (ASHI) announced Marvin Goldstein as its new president at
InspectionWorld, ASHI’s annual conference, held this year in Phoenix, January 4-7.
Goldstein, CEO of Building Inspection Service, Inc., is a Charter member of ASHI and was instrumental in its inception. Prior to assuming his role as president, he served in a variety of leadership roles, including member of the Board, chair of the legislative committee, director, secretary, treasurer and president-elect.
He is dedicated to encouraging innovation and teamwork within the home inspection community. He strongly supports setting and promoting standards for property inspections and providing educational programs needed to achieve excellence in this profession.
“I’m honored to lead ASHI in 2012 and I look forward to collaborating with this skilled and enthusiastic group of professional home inspectors. This is our year to realize ASHI’s potential; together, we can achieve great things,” Goldstein said.
ASHI members elected a number of officials to other influential roles within their organization. Bill Jacques, American Inspection Service, Inc., Ravenel, S.C., is now the president-elect; Bill J. Loden, Insight Home Inspection, LLC, Madison, Ala. is vice president; Alden E. Gibson, R.H.I., Inspections by Gibson, Inc., Breslau, Ontario will maintain his position as treasurer; and Scott Warga, ACSI American Construction Specialists & Investigations, LLC., Gilbert, Ariz. is secretary. Kurt Salomon, Advocate Inspections, Salt Lake City, Utah, will continue his tenure at ASHI as immediate past president.
About the American Society of Home Inspectors
Founded in 1976 and with more than 5,000 members, ASHI is the oldest and most widely recognized non-profit, professional organization of home inspectors in North America. Its Standards of Practice and Code of Ethics is the industry standard. For more information, visit ASHI online. To stay connected to ASHI news and updates, please visit the association’s Facebook Fan Page and Twitter.