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Special to the DailyChris Keller, Summit County Builders Association outgoing president, recognizes Verne Hedges from Myriam Enterprises as Builder of the Year.
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SUMMIT COUNTY – The Summit County Builders Association recently selected two of its members for annual awards that recognize contributions to the association.

Verne Hedges from Myriam Enterprises received the builder of the year award. Hedges was recognized for his service as vice president and his financial oversight.

Mark Adolph from MWA Builders was named associate of the year. Adolph, besides being a board member, has devoted time and effort to the organization’s annual Home & Garden Show. Also recognized was Linda Maddox from Aspen Grove Kitchen & Bath for her service on the board and Ron Teke for three years of dedication to newsletter production.

The organization also elected a new board of directors. The 2005 board includes Brian Wray from Mountain Log Homes of Colorado, Brian Platte and Phylecia Platte from Apex Mountain Homes, Chris Keller and Lance Keller from Aspen Meadow Construction, Dan Pins from Slifer Smith & Frampton, Dave Koons from Kodiak Enterprises, Jeff Costello from Sierra Pacific Windows, Jerry Hudak from The JD Co., Kelly Corich from Wells Fargo, Mark Adolph from MWA Builders and Verne Hedges from Myriam Enterprises.New officers were elected by board members this month. Hedges is this year’s president, Dave Koons is vice president and Kelly Corich is secretary/treasurer.The organization’s next meeting will be held at 6 p.m. Feb. 8 at the Holiday Inn in Frisco. The meeting will include a panel discussion with area building department officials. It is open to the public and costs $15 for members and $25 for non-members. For more information call (970) 668-6013.


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