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ABC Utah Names 2013 Chairman, Board of Directors

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The Utah Chapter of the Associated Builders and Contractors recently appointed Ron Hadley as 2013 chairman of the board. As chairman, Hadley will be responsible for the oversight of the chapter, including the board of directors and executive committee as well as policy development for the chapter and the industry.

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He will also serve on ABC’s National Board of Directors representing Utah’s non-residential construction industry at the national level. He will serve a one year term as chairman. Hadley has served on ABC’s Board of Directors for four years before taking the helm as chairman in 2013. In all, his combined service as an ABC board member totals 10 years.

Hadley has also been a member of the Weber State University Wildcat Club Board for eight years, including one year as the Wildcat Club president. He also served a one-year term on the Weber State University Alumni Board. In addition to his service at WSU,

Hadley has 12 years with the Northern Wasatch Home Builders Association and also served on HBA of Utah for three years. He is a Lifetime Northern Wasatch HBA Board Member. Hadley has been employed at Jack B. Parson Cos. for 39 years.

In addition to Hadley’s appointment, ABC’s Executive Committee consists of Chair-elect Dave Hill, Cameron Construction; Chapter Counsel Darrel Bostwick, Bostwick & Price; Secretary Josh Van Orden, VO Brothers Mechanical; Past Chair Dave Stryker, SOS Employment Group; and Clair Rood, CBIZ ATA Services, as chapter treasurer.


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