March, 2010
Inspection News and Views from the American Society of Home Inspectors

Welcome Directors, Officers and President for 2010


With the following words, Past-President Joe Corsetto concluded the installation of ASHI’s 15 directors for 2010:

“With the membership and dedicated officers and directors working together, I’m confident you’ll achieve much success in the year ahead. I now declare you installed in your respective directorships. My congratulations to you all.”

Sworn in as 2010 Directors were Larry Cerro, Andrew Kasznay Jr., Joe Kelly, Bruce LaBell, Frank Libero, Mark Londner, Jack McGraw, Robert Pyne, Ron Rusch, Tony Smith, Randy Sipe, Paul Staron, Michael Stephens, Scott Warga and Don Nelson (alternate).

Corsetto asked the new president-elect, vice president, secretary and treasurer.

Photo: The 2010 ASHI Officers, l to r: Bill Richardson, immediate past-president; Kurt Solomon, president-elect; Marvin Goldstein, treasurer; David Tamny, president; Bill Jacques, vice president; and Alden Gibson, secretary.

“Will you faithfully and to the best of your abilities carry out your duties and obligations to the Society as mandated by its bylaws, policies and traditions?” They replied, “I will.”
Then he called ASHI’s 2010 President David Tamny to step forward. 

“David, you have just witnessed the installation of ASHI’s newly elected officers and directors. This is the team that will carry on the tradition of ASHI for the coming year. Every team needs a leader, and you have been elected to be that leader and to carry on the tradition that those who have gone before you established.

“The duties of the president are challenging and demanding. However, the rewards, though often intangible, will be with you the rest of your life. You have a team ready to work with you as you lead ASHI in 2010. And so I ask you to raise your right hand. Will you faithfully and to the best of your abilities carry out the duties and obligations as president of the American Society of Home Inspectors, as mandated by its bylaws, policies and traditions?"

He replied, “I will.”

Photo: 2010 ASHI President David Tamny was sworn in.

Tamny will preside over the first of four Board meetings on April 24, 2010, in Rosemont, Ill.

All Board meetings are open to the ASHI membership.