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A 35-year Kentucky Manufactured Housing Institute board member, he served terms as President in 1972 and 1976. He served as Kentucky's representative to the national Manufactured Housing Federation and to MHI for over 25 years, he served as a SEMHI board member, and as a Midwest Manufactured Housing Federation and Louisville Manufactured Housing Show committee member. He was one of the organizers and the first President of his chapter of Kentucky MHI. He led the successful effort to get 16 foot wide home movement available in Kentucky. Starting with an original start-up capital investment of $1800, he built his business to a sales volume exceeding 6 million dollars per year.