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Massey’s Graham is FHBA President-Elect

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Suzanne Graham, director of governmental affairs at Massey Services, is the president-elect of the Florida Home Builders Association (FHBA).

| August 30, 2012

Suzanne Graham

ORLANDO, Fla.  — Massey Services announced that Suzanne Graham, director of governmental affairs, is the president-elect of the Florida Home Builders Association (FHBA). Graham’s installation as president will take place at a ceremony on Nov. 3, 2012 during FHBA’s Fall Leadership Conference.

In her role as FHBA president, Graham will serve as the principal spokesperson for the Association’s 7,000 members, preside over board meetings and execute the policies of the Association. Graham has a long history with FHBA where she has served as secretary, treasurer and first vice president.

“We congratulate Suzanne on her election as President of the FHBA,” said Tony Massey, president and COO of Massey Services. “Suzanne has a long-standing history with the FHBA and with the knowledge and experience she has gained, I know she will excel in this position.”

Graham is the former owner of American Pest Control Management which was acquired by Massey Services in November 2011.  Graham is also past president of the Charlotte-DeSoto Building Industry Association where she was recognized as Builder of the Year, and is involved in the National Association of Home Builders where she represents Florida as a Build-PAC Trustee. Graham’s presidency with FHBA is a volunteer leadership position.

 

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