About Us

NCHPBA is an affiliate of the Hearth, Patio & Barbecue Association, Inc.  It covers the states of:  North and South Dakota, Nebraska, Iowa, Minnesota, Wisconsin and the UP of Michigan.

It is governed by a Board of Directors who serve two year terms of office.  The current 2016-2018 Board is:

Dan Green, (President) Top Hat Fireplace & Chimney Specialists, Baraboo, WI

Heath Wetjen, (Vice-President) The Ar-Jay Center, Cedar Rapids, IA

BJ Marcell, (Secretary) Marcell’s Specialties, Wausau, WI

Tim Dalsin , (Treasurer) Bernard Dalsin Manufacturing, Farmington, MN

Directors

Joe Holland-Holland & Hearth, Minneapolis, MN

David Kenagy – Brownstone Distributing, Minneapolis, MN

Rob Best – Great American Fireplace, Menomonie, WI

Mark Miller – Central Boiler, Greenbush, MN

John Smith – EvenTemp Distributing, White Bear Lake, MN

Kirt Schwarm – SBI-International, Inc., Oshkosh, WI

Joe Burns, (HPBA Representative) Bernard Dalsin Manufacturing, Farmington, MN

Alison Van Lanen – Truttmann Hearth Ware, DePere, WI

Karen Teske-Osborne is the Executive Director with the office located at 4319 Twin Valley Road in Middleton, WI, 53562.  Phone is:  608-829-2580.  Fax is 608-831-3590.  Email is: northcentralhpba@gmail.com  Web is:  northcentralhpba.org.

Chairmen at a glance are:

Marketing:  Rodger Holland – rodger@hollendhearth.com

Joint Planning:  Alison Van Lanen – truttmannhearth@gmail.com

Government & External Forces:  Heath Wetjen – heath.wetjen@ferguson.com

Membership:  David Kenagy – david@brownstonedistributing.com

 

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