IPPCA Announces New Board of Directors

Published on December 7, 2012

The IPPCA (International Professional Pond Companies Association) is pleased to announce the formation of a new Board of Directors. Rocke’ Huntington, of the Pond Dragon, Lincoln Nebraska, Larry Moore of Xtreme Aquatics, Danville, Kentucky are welcomed back to the Board of Directors. While Mike Garcia of Enviroscapes, Redondo Beach, California is welcomed aboard for his first time on the Board of Directors. All have been heavily involved with the IPPCA for many years and bring all that experience back to table with them. Chairman of the Board, Dave Jones of the Pond Professional, Woodstock, Georgia, and Secretary/Treasurer Gloria Jones, already sitting on the Board will retain their positions. A big thank you to all for stepping back up for the good of the Association and the Pond and Waterscape Industry.

Due to recent situations arising within the association, it made sense to go back to Board members of the past that had been involved with many of the decisions that were under question from some of the recently exited members. The first order of business will be the thorough investigation, clarification and laying to rest of any unfinished business. There are other individuals within the industry that have stepped forward wishing to be on the Board as well. Their greatly appreciated actions will also be addressed at the first meeting of the new IPPCA Board of directors.

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