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BSCAI Elects 2010 Board of Directors

January 29, 2010
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CHICAGO – Building Service Contractors Association International (BSCAI) recently elected new members to leadership positions for the 2010 term of office. The 2010 executive committee includes President, J. Michael Horgan; President-elect, Sally Schopmeyer; Vice-President, Terry Woodley, CBSE; Treasurer Kevin S. Rohan, CBSE and Past President, Stanley Doobin.

Serving as BSCAI’s president in 2010 is J. Michael Horgan. Horgan’s contributions to the building service contracting industry span more than 40 years. A graduate of Loyola College in Montreal with an Honors Degree in History, Horgan previously served as BSCAI’s vice-president and treasurer. He has been actively involved with the Building Maintenance Contractors Association of Canada as Past president in 1980 and in 1981 and was a BSCAI board member from 1997-2000. He is the proud recipient of the W.I.S Hogg award for International Achievement.

  Since 1980, Michael has been a member of the executive team at Hurley Corporation, a leading North American BSC, and currently holds the position of President and Co-CEO where he is responsible for corporate strategic planning, major accounts and acquisitions. Horgan volunteers outside the industry as a board member of the Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre foundation in Toronto as well as with other medical and education foundations.

  BSCAI president-elect is Sally Schopmeyer. Schopmeyer is president of Maintenance, Inc. located in Dallas, Texas, which provides janitorial service for commercial offices, medical facilities, industrial plants, owner-occupied facilities and shopping centers in Texas, Florida, Colorado, New Mexico, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Missouri, North Carolina, South Carolina and Alabama. Schopmeyer started with Maintenance, Inc. in 1990. She has served as vice president of business development, executive vice president and since 1999, president.

  Outside of BSCAI she is currently on the Advisory Board of the Dallas Children's Theater and has served two three-year terms on the board of trustees. She is active in her church, local Chamber of Commerce and is secretary of her children’s school board.

  BSCAI’s 2010 vice president is Terry Woodley, CBSE, vice president and chief operating officer of Woodley Building Maintenance (WBM), a full-service cleaning and facilities maintenance company serving clients in Missouri, Kansas, Kentucky, Indiana, Florida and Arizona. He has been a full-time member of the family-owned company’s management team since 1997, where his primary role is the “Customer Guy,” responsible for attracting new customers and maintaining existing ones. Since he joined WBM, the company has grown from 300 employees to more than 1,000. 

Woodley graduated from the University of Missouri with a B.S. in Accounting in 1988. Immediately after finishing his degree, Woodley spent four years with Touche Ross (now known as Deloitte) and then five years as the chief financial officer of a large international seminar company.

  Serving as BACAI’s 2010 treasurer is Kevin S. Rohan, CBSE. Kevin started Cavalier Services in 1977 and continues today as the president and CEO. A full-service facilities service company, Cavalier offers cleaning, maintenance, light engineering, construction and personnel leasing services to a wide-range of clients. Employing more than 2,000 teammates, Cavalier operates primarily in the mid-Atlantic and Southeastern United States. Kevin has been deeply involved in BSCAI, chaired several committees and spoken at numerous convention and regional seminars. In addition to BSCAI, he has been a past president and board member of the Capitol Association of Building Service Contractors.

  Serving as BSCAI’s past president is Stanley Doobin. Doobin joined Harvard Maintenance, Inc. in 1984 and became President in 1992. Since becoming president, Harvard has grown from $10 million to more than $210 million. The company services large Class A buildings as well as Fortune 500 headquarters and professional sports arenas/stadiums. Doobin is President of the Accident Prevention & Safety League, Inc., the workers compensation safety group for building service contractors in New York. He is also on the board of directors for New Destiny Housing Corp., a not-for-profit that provides housing and support services for survivors of domestic violence. He earned a Bachelor of Science in Commerce from Washington & Lee University in 1981 and an MBA from Emory University in 1984. He also is a Certified Public Accountant.

  Newly elected members to serve on BSCAI’s 2010 Board of Directors include:
  • Janelle Bruland, CBSE, Management Services NW, Inc.
  • Curtis McLemore, McLemore Building Maintenance
  • Scott A. Stevenson, KleenMark
  • Michael B. Young, CBSE, Red River Sanitors, Inc.
  Board of Directors continuing their service in 2010 include:
  • Taylor Bruce, CBSE, IH Services
  • Michael Diamond, CBSE, Premier Maintenance, Inc.
  • Lance Ford, CBSE, Palm Facility Services, LLC
  • Paul Greenland, CBSE, Aetna Building Maintenance
  • Paul LaBossiere, CBSE, PML Maintenance, Ltd.
  • Arthur Stecklow, CBSE, Gali Service Industries
  • Kirk VanderVlucht, CBSE, Holland, Inc.
  • Yasser Youssef, The Budd Group
   

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