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Albertville builder serves as president of 2017 Home Builders Association of Alabama


Jimmy Rutland of Lowder New Homes, a member of the Greater Montgomery Home Builders ... Robert Brown of H C Pitman, a member of the Baldwin County Home Builders Association of Alabama, holds the office of HBAA Secretary. Representing the associate members ...


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Dan Taylor, of Albertville, has been appointed to serve as the 2017 President of the Home Builders Association of Alabama, the fourth largest state Home Builders Association in the U.SHe succeeds 2016 HBAA President Mark Reid, owner of Reid Construction Coand a member of the Shoals Home Builders Association Taylor, of Taylor Construction Inc., has been in the home building industry since 1972A graduate of Jacksonville State University, he became a charter member of the Marshall County Home Builders Association in 1979 and served multiple terms as its President In 2005, Taylor was appointed to the HBAA's Executive CommitteeSince then, he has served in numerous capacities at the state level, including chairing the Regulatory Affairs Committee and the Investment Property Owners and Land Developers Councils. Jimmy Rutland of Lowder New Homes, a member of the Greater Montgomery Home Builders Association, is serving as the HBAA 1st Vice President for 2017Buddy Bowman of Bucky Inc., a member of the StClair County Home Builders Association, is the HBAA's 2017 2nd Vice President David Lisenby of Lisenby Construction, a member of the Greater Montgomery Home Builders Association, is serving as TreasurerRobert Brown of H C Pitman, a member of the Baldwin County Home Builders Association of Alabama, holds the office of HBAA SecretaryRepresenting the associate members as Associate Vice President for 2017 is Darren Osborn, a member of the Greater Morgan County Builders Association For more information about the Home Builders Association of Alabama, visit www.hbaa.org or call (800) 745-4222. if (pb_page_template == undefined) { var pb_page_template = 'article'; } if (pb_page_template != "index") { document.write('); } TALKING POLITICS Alabama/California Conversation Project We asked Alabama Trump voters to talk politics, values with California liberals Civic-minded Donald Trump voters in Alabama agreed to have a deep, serious, respectful conversation with Hillary Clinton voters from one of the most liberal places in America, the San Francisco Bay AreaThis is the result. MORE IN THE SERIES What we learned: Alabama, California women reflect on their conversations As conversation winds down, discussion turns to race, other challenges The key to civility? 'Listen and ask more questions' In immigration debate, Trump and Clinton voters tussle over term 'illegal immigrant' Alabama conservatives, California liberals discuss how faith shapes their lives What happened when I popped my liberal bubble and talked with Alabama voters Read entire series » var most_read_type = "posts"; var most_read_range = 2; var most_read_count = 5 Most Read Active Discussions if (pb_page_template == "index") { document.write('); } else { document.write('); } /* */ resimg.resimf(); About Us About Alabama Media Group Jobs at Alabama Media Group Advertise with us News In Education Frequently Asked Questions About AL.com Contact Us Online Store Already a Subscriber? Manage your subscription Delivery feedback Place a vacation hold Make a payment Customer Service Place an ad Get home delivery Promote your event in our calendar Send us an email Submit a news tip Buy newspaper front pages, poster and more AL.com Sections News Business Sports High School Sports Entertainment Living Travel Opinion Obituaries Jobs Autos Real Estate Apartment Rentals Classifieds Local Businesses Your Regional News Pages Anniston/Gadsden Birmingham Huntsville Mobile Montgomery Tuscaloosa Gulf Coast Beaches On the Go Mobile Apps | Tablet Apps More on AL.com Videos Photos Interact with us Weather Post a job Post a free classified ad Sell your car Sell/rent your home Site Map & search Sponsor Content Become a Member The Birmingham News The Huntsville Times Press-Register Free newsletters Follow Us Twitter | Facebook | Google+ | Pinterest | Instagram Registration on or use of this site constitutes acceptance of our User Agreement and Privacy Policy

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