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IICRC Board elects new president, chooses 2007 executive committee

November 12, 2006
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The Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification elected its 2007 executive committee during its board of directors' meeting Sept. 26 in Las Vegas.

Ruth Travis was elected president/chairman. Most recently serving as first vice president and marketing/PR committee chair, Travis is the first woman to be elected to the position in more than 25 years since the establishment of association stakeholders and the non-profit status of the IICRC. Wanda York was IICRC president in the mid 70s.

"The wealth of experience and commitment represented by the executive committee to the industries and registrants this organization serves is tremendous," Travis said. "The IICRC is on pace to become the premier resource not only for professional, but also for property owners looking for qualified service providers."

The IICRC executive committee for 2007 consists of Darrell Paulson, first vice president; Mike Reed, second vice president; Lisa Wagner, secretary; Paul Pearce, international vice president; Ed Hobbs, treasurer; and Joe Dobbins, certification council chair.

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