Alma Builder; Emily Rucker elected a Life Director of NAHB


WASHINGTON – July 30, 2015 – (RealEstateRama) — The board of directors of the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) elected Emily Rucker of Alma, to be a Life Director at the Association’s 2015 Spring Board of Directors’ Meeting in Washington, DC., on June 6.

“The success and scope of NAHB is largely due to the dedication and hard work of members of its board of directors such as Emily,” said NAHB Third Vice Chairman Randy Noel. “By giving up time with their own businesses and families, NAHB’s Life Directors are instrumental in helping further NAHB’s work to advance housing opportunities for all Americans.”

Emily Rucker is the Owner of Rucker Fine Homes Inc in Alma. She has been a member of NAHB for 17 years, and has served as a voting director for 10 years.

In order to be eligible for election as a Life Director, NAHB builder and associate members must have served as a voting director for more than 10 years, have attended at least two board meetings each year, and be recommended by their local or state association.

The National Association of Home Builders is a Washington-based trade association representing more than 140,000 members involved in home building, remodeling, multifamily construction, property management, subcontracting, design, housing finance, building product manufacturing and other aspects of residential and light commercial construction. NAHB is affiliated with 800 state and local home builders associations around the country. NAHB’s builder members will construct about 80 percent of the new housing units projected for this year.


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