Rolling Meadows, Ill. — Members of Plumbing Manufacturers International (PMI) have elected Jeff Baldwin, Engineering Manager for T&S Brass and Bronze Works, Board President for the year 2013. Baldwin (pictured) was elected at the 2012 Fall Conference, held October 7-10 at the Hyatt Regency Washington on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC.
Baldwin succeeds 2012 PMI President, Stewart Yang, Vice President, Engineering, Global Faucets for Kohler Co., who will continue to serve as PMI’s Immediate Past President.
Mr. Baldwin is a graduate of Clemson University with a degree in mechanical engineering. He joined T&S Brass and Bronze Works in 1999 and has been involved with PMI since 2005. He resides in South Carolina with his wife Ruth Ann and their two children.
Also elected to serve on the 2013 PMI Executive Committee are Tim Kilbane, National Sales Manager for Symmons Industries as First Vice President; Fernando Fernandez, Director of Codes and Standards for TOTO USA as Second Vice President and Paul Patton, Senior Product Development Manager, Delta Faucet Company as Treasurer.
Newly elected Directors at Large include C.J. Lagan, Senior Manager, Compliance Engineering for American Standard Brands and Bobbi Warren, Chief Financial Officer for Amerikam.
Rounding out the board are Directors at Large including Ray Fisher, President of Fisher Manufacturing Company; Peter Jahrling, Director, Design Engineering for Sloan Valve Company; David MacNair, Vice President, Marketing and Brand Officer for InSinkErator and John Watson, Manager, Compliance and Sustainability for Elkay Manufacturing Company.
Representing manufacturers across the plumbing industry, the PMI Board steers the activities of the organization. Board members must be actively employed by a PMI member company for consideration and are elected by the membership at the Fall PMI Conference for three-year terms that start the following year.
PMI congratulates the 2013 Board of Directors and looks forward to seeing their contributions to the organization in the coming months.
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