Oklahoma State Home Builders Association

An Affiliate of the National Home Builders Association

Sullivan leads Associates Council for 2015

 
Posted on January 19, 2015 by Carol Hartzog

2015 Associates Council: Immediate Past President Gina Cox, President Steve Sullivan and Vice Chair Steve Taylor. Not pictured are Treasurer Vanessa Shadix and Secretary Chris Evans.
2015 Associates Council: Immediate Past President Gina Cox, President Steve Sullivan and Vice Chair Steve Taylor. Not pictured are Treasurer Vanessa Shadix and Secretary Chris Evans.

Leading the State Associates Council for 2015 is Steve Sullivan. He was installed as State Associates Council President at the OSHBA's annual installation banquet in early January.

Sullivan is a member of the Central Oklahoma HBA, the Enid HBA, the Southern Oklahoma BA, and the Shawnee HBA. He works for OG&E as a Builder-Developer Representative specializing in their energy efficient programs. Sullivan has been active in the association for years and has served in various capacities over the years.

As an inaugural member of the state Green Building Council, Sullivan has helped the Oklahoma Building Summit grow to the prominence it has achieved. He and wife Linda live in Oklahoma City.

Joining Sullivan on the Council's leadership team will be Vice chair Steve Taylor, with CenterPoint Energy in Lawton; Treasurer Vanessa Shadix with Old Republic Title in Oklahoma City; and Secretary Chris Evans with Building Specialties in Oklahoma City.

2015 promises to be an exciting year for the Oklahoma State Home Builders Association. As you can see, it is under good leadership.

Rusty Appleton, center, took on the reins recently of Central Oklahoma Home Builders Association's Executive Officer position. He will get great guidance from Paul Kane, left, most recently honored as National E.O. of the Year, and Mike Means, the state's executive officer and on the NAHB ladder of that organization.
Rusty Appleton, center, took on the reins recently of Central Oklahoma Home Builders Association's Executive Officer position. He will get great guidance from Paul Kane, left, most recently honored as National E.O. of the Year, and Mike Means, the state's executive officer and on the NAHB ladder of that organization.

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