HBAGC Announces 2016 Award Winners At Annual Dinner

Wednesday, January 25, 2017

The Home Builders Association of Greater Chattanooga (HBAGC) recognized its 2016 award winners at its annual Membership and Installation Dinner on Saturday at The Read House in Chattanooga.

The award winners included:

Builder of the Year: Mike Croxall, Dwell Designed Construction

Developer of the Year: Dale Mabee, Cornerstone Construction

Ralph Chumley Service Award: Clay Cochran, Jody Millard Pest Control

Rookie of the Year: Fred Cryer, Fred’s Mailboxes & More

Associate of the Year: Alder & Cox Insurance

Remodeler of the Year: Jamie Breneman, Chattanooga Exteriors

2016 President’s Award: Mike Moon, Moon Building & Development; Ramona Scott, Matheney Stees; Ethan Collier, Collier Construction

Special recognition was also awarded to Denny and Nina Boss (Century Title and Escrow) and Charlie and Elaine Roberson for their many years of volunteer service at HBAGC’s spring and fall home shows.

HBAGC officers for 2017 were installed by Dennis Epperson (Epperson Homes), current president of the Home Builders Association of Tennessee. The 2017 officers include:

President: Mike Croxall, Dwell Designed Construction

Vice President: Jay Bell, Bell Development Company

Vice President, Associates Council: Clay Cochran, Jody Millard Pest Control

Treasurer: Gabe Thomas, Collier Construction

Secretary: Jordan Cornelison, P & C Construction

Immediate Past President: Chris Mabee, Cornerstone Construction



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