It is a new year, and every new year represents change. As T.S. Eliot said: "Last year's words belong to last year's language. And next year's words await another voice. And to make an end is to make a beginning."
For many people, January marks the annual audit of bad habits to break and the following through on New Year's resolutions. For the U.S., January is a time when, every four years, the country inaugurates a president, ushering change for all. And for NRCA, this January is quite different. This month, after leading the organization for 28 years, NRCA says goodbye to Bill Good and welcomes Reid Ribble as the organization's new CEO.
"Bill has been a passionate supporter of the roofing industry and its members for a long time," Ribble says. "Everything going on right now at NRCA has been initiated or implemented by Bill. He's a tough act to follow, and his are really big shoes to fill. To be considered for this opportunity to serve as NRCA's CEO certainly is an honor."
In the beginning