Copper and Brass Fabricators Council Elects New Leaders

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(Washington, D.C., February 14, 2013) – The Copper and Brass Fabricators Council, Inc.

(“CBFC”) today announced the election of new officers effective January 1, 2013.

Devin Denner, President of Chase Brass and Copper Company, Inc. of Montpelier, Ohio was elected to serve as Chairman of the Board.  Tom Bobish, Senior Vice-President Sales & Marketing of PMX Industries, Inc. in Cedar Rapids, Iowa was voted Vice-Chairman of the Board and also elected as a Director to a three-year term.  In addition, Davis Anderson, Chairman of Chicago Extruded Metals Company in Chicago, IL, and Rich Archambault, President and CEO of The Miller Company in Meriden, CT, were elected as Directors to three-year terms.

The CBFC also announced that  Mr. Steffen Sigloch, President of Mueller Brass, Inc. was elected to the Board of Directors for his first term at the December 6, 2012 meeting, held in New York City.

“We are delighted that these members have agreed to undertake the responsibilities of their offices and we look forward to working with them” said David A. Hartquist, President of CBFC.


About The Copper and Brass Fabricators Council, Inc.

The Copper and Brass Fabricators Council, Inc., is a trade association that represents the principal copper and brass mills in the United States. These mills together account for the fabrication of more than 80% of all copper and brass mill products produced in the United States, including sheet, strip, plate, foil, bar, rod and both plumbing and commercial tube. These products are used in a wide variety of applications chiefly in the automotive, construction and electrical/electronic industries.