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RIA Names its 2012 Board of Directors

April 11, 2012
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At its recent annual meeting in Myrtle Beach, S.C., the Restoration Industry Association (RIA), announced its board of directors and officers who will be serving for 2012-13. They are as follows:

At its recent annual meeting in Myrtle Beach, S.C., the Restoration Industry Association (RIA), announced its board of directors and officers who will be serving for 2012-13.

They are:


President: Samuel J. Bergman, CR, Rolyn Companies, Inc.


1st Vice President: Scott Stamper, CR, First Restoration DKI, NC Regency DKI - FL & MI


Vice President: Leo Volkert, CR, WLS, Primo Clean Restoration Services


Secretary: Michael E. Gallahan, Top Tier Solutions, LLC


Treasurer: Michael Goldberg, CR, RestoreCore, Inc.


Immediate Past President: Frank L. Headen, CR, WLS, CMH, First Restoration DKI, Inc.


RIA also added three new at-large directors, as well as representatives from RIA’s councils. The individuals serving in those positions include:


Art Johnson, CR, WLS, Canstar Restorations


Scott Jones, CRG.S. Jones


Jeff Moore, American Technologies, Inc.


Michael E. Popowski, PBI Restoration Resources


Dale Sharp, CR, Sharp & Robbins Construction, LLC


Contents Council: Mark Springer, CR, Dayspring Restoration


Environmental Council: Tom Peter, CIH, Insurance Restoration Specialists


Individual Professionals Council: Les Cunningham, Business Networks


Restoration Council: Jaclyn Carpenter, WLS, CMP, Ideal Drying, Inc.


Vendor Council: Ken Rothmel, Sunbelt Rentals


For more information on the Restoration Industry Association, visit

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