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CFA Elects Van Wyk to Board

Mount Vernon, Iowa–The Concrete Foundations Association (CFA), at its annual meeting in Portland, Maine, elected Arie Van Wyk, Waldo, Wis., to its board of directors. Others elected to the board were Kirby Justesen and Bruce Neale; Dave Clark and John Skotzke were reelected. Officers elected were Gary Bromley, president; Dave Clark, vice president; Barry Herbert, secretary; and Scott Smith, treasurer. Joe Carr, immediate past president, becomes chairman of the board. Joan Ausbury was reelected to the board by the associates council made up of manufacturer members.KM_C368-20160804160302

Van Wyk graduated from Oostburg High School, Oostburg, Wis., in 1969 and went on to found his own concrete construction business, Van Wyks, Inc., in 1979. His business has grown steadily since. He concentrates on building basement foundation walls for the residentlal market.

Van Wyk and his wife, Sue, live in Hingham, Wis., with their daughter Laura and son Matthew. They are active in local organizations.

As a member of the board of directors of CFA, Van Wyk hopes to contribute to the improvement of the cast-in-place concrete foundation industry, and the acceptance of “lower level living” space in all homes, nationwide. He will serve a three year term.

About the CFA

The Concrete Foundations Association is a not-for-profit organization of firms engaged in the installation of concrete foundations. The purposes are to maintain and improve the quality of cast-in-place concrete walls and foundations, and to promote the mutual interests of the members. Information about the association and membership may be obtained by contacting the Concrete Foundations Association, 121 1/22 First Street West, P.O. Box 204, Mount Vernon, IA, 319-89S-6940, fax: 319,895.8830.

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