HBA of Greater Toledo Honors Industry’s Best At Greater Toledo Choice Awards

. March 2, 2018.
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The Home Builders Association of Greater Toledo, Inc. (HBA) recently honored the industry’s best. Josh Doyle of Homes by Josh Doyle, was inducted as the 2018 HBA President.  During the ceremony, outgoing HBA President Steve Gillenwater honored Midland Title’s Don Mewhort with a President’s Award and Paul Schlachter of WS Design with the prestigious Raynor B. Pyle Award for outstanding contributions to the building industry.

The Greater Toledo Choice Awards honor the best in the home-building industry, recognizing the brightest talents in our area. Homes by Josh Doyle was selected as the 2017 Builder of the Year and WS Design was named Associate of the Year.

Other winners were: Remodeler of the Year, Wesson Builders; New Home Salesperson of the Year, Barbara St. Arnaud of Slaske Building Company; and New Home Title Rep, Tori Crowell of Louisville Title.

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