SIOUX CITY -- Home Builders Association of Greater Siouxland presented several awards at its 53rd annual banquet including several to Nancy Moos, the organization’s longtime executive officer.
Moos, who celebrated her retirement from the organization during the banquet, was named to the HBA Hall of Fame. The award was bestowed to Moos by her peers for a lifetime of tireless efforts promoting the association. She worked for the association for more than 32 years and organized countless home shows on behalf of HBA.
Moos also received a proclamation from the National Association of Home Builders, presented to her by Keith Butz, the HBA of Iowa state representative.
During the annual banquet, Austin Miller was named Builder of the Year. Miller, of Earl Miller Construction Company, was nominated by his peers based on the following criteria: The person must be a Builder Member, must be a quality builder and must represent himself and the HBA in a positive manner. Miller was involved in the blitz build house this year and serves on the HBA Board of Directors.
Matt Jaminet, of Pinnacle Heating and Cooling, was awarded Associate of the Year. The award is voted on by the membership. The criteria for this award requires a recipient to be an associate member that has contributed to the success of the association. Jaminet has served on the board of directors for the past two years and has been involved with the Western Iowa Tech Community College project home.
In addition to handing out awards, HBA also welcomed its new executive officer, Terri Schelm.
Schelm has 25 years of business operations and management experience. She will be an active member of the HBA’s leadership team, where she will maintain working relationships with local associations and the National Association for Home Builders.