Pennsylvania association welcomes latest round of leadership

By |  December 4, 2020
Bob Housel


The Pennsylvania Aggregates & Concrete Association (PACA) board of directors named its leadership for the next two years.

Bob Housel of Masters RMC was elected chairman of the PACA board of directors. Jeff Detwiler of New Enterprise Stone & Lime Co. was elected as vice chairman, and Jamie Stilley of Amerikohl Aggregates was elected as secretary/treasurer.

Housel has a bachelor’s degree in civil and environmental engineering from Clarkson University and more than 30 years of experience in the industry, PACA says. He began his career in 1990 at Masters Concrete, a third-generation family-owned company started in 1932 by his grandfather, Richard Masters.

Housel currently serves as the president of both Masters RMC and Red Oak Sand & Gravel.

“Bob is a passionate and experienced voice in our industry,” says Peter Vlahos, president of PACA. “I look forward to the guidance and expertise he will provide to the organization.”

New leadership also was elected for PACA’s associate board of directors and its Young Leaders Development Group.

Those elected to the associate board of directors include Adele Abrams of the Law Office of Adele Abrams PC, Nathan Moore of Continental Placer and Scott Blauch of R/W Connection.

Two officers were elected to the Young Leaders Development Group leadership, including chair Brianne Hastings of Civil & Environmental Consultants and vice chair Dan Ridenour of Union Quarries.

PACA is Pennsylvania’s voice for the crushed stone, ready-mixed concrete, sand and gravel, and cement industries.

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