The Home Builders Association (HBA) of Dayton recognized its 2022 president at an inaugural ceremony last night at Carillon Historical Park. Other members of the HBA Dayton Board and award winners also were recognized.
At Friday night’s inaugural event, Erika Deady was installed as the association’s 80th bpresident. She represents the first two-year term HBA Board President and the third female president in association history.
“President Deady is the first two-term President of the HBA, which brings a tremendous amount of consistency and our ability to execute a vision for our members. Her focus on growing membership will expand our storytelling as to how housing is a missing component in economic development and how housing can help position the Dayton region as a job recruitment and retention destination,” said Eric Farrell, executive director of HBA Dayton.
Deady is the sales coordinator at Oberer Homes, one of the region’s most prominent local builders. She is a fourth-generation builder with Oberer Homes and resident in Bellbrook. She graduated from the University of Kentucky in 2008 with a marketing and management degree.
Deady follows in the footsteps of her father, George Oberer, Jr., who was Oberer Homes’ CEO in 1985 and served as HBA president in 1990.
A release from Home Builders Association Dayton revealed the association’s board directors as well as award winners, presented during the event.
Joining Deady on the 2022 HBA Dayton Executive Committee are:
Joining the officers, on the 2022 HBA Dayton Board of Directors are:
Council chairs elected to the 2022 HBA Dayton Board include:
The inauguration event on Friday was attended by more than 150 industry professionals and guests. Alongside its appointments, the ceremony recognized the association’s distinguished leaders with several awards:
The Home Builders Association of Dayton, founded in 1942, is the region’s largest residential construction trade association representing builders, remodelers, the skilled trades and other residential services. The organization promotes high standards of construction for the benefit of members, homeowners and communities in the Dayton area.