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Spencer Recognized as Industry Person of the Year by NWCB

Tim Spencer of Degussa Wall Systems, Jacksonville, Fla., received the “Industry Person of the Year” award at the annual Northwest Wall & Ceiling Industries convention in Kelowna, B.C.

The award, given annually by the Northwest Wall and Ceiling Bureau, recognizes an individual for fostering and promoting the interest of NWCB and the industry.

“Tim was chosen for this award because of his dedication to the advancement of the EIFS industry in a nonproprietary manner,” explained NWCB Executive Director Bob Drury. “In addition to his work on various projects and service on the board of directors, the professional attitude and demeanor he has when working with others is good for everyone in the industry.”

Spencer has been a member of NWCB since he started in the industry 27 years ago, and for the past five years he has served as a board member. Based in Seattle, he is a district sales manager for Degussa Wall Systems. He began his career with W.R Grace Company in 1978 as a fireproofing specialist.

“I owe a large part of being awarded this title to the many people I know in the industry,” said Spencer. “The bureau has always been very progressive and proactive in the promotion of all aspects of the wall and ceiling industry, and all of its members. I am very proud to be a part of it, and especially proud to be recognized by the organization.”

One of AWCI’s chapters, the NWCB is an international professional trade association serving contractors, manufacturers, dealers and labor. It encompasses all the wall and ceiling industry products and systems available for interior and exterior construction. The NWCB has 11 local chapters in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, British Columbia, Saskatchewan, Alberta and Manitoba.

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