Becker, Fiorenza Tapped for AHAM Board

WASHINGTON-The Association of Home Appliance Manufacturers has elected two housewares industry executives to its board of directors.

David W. Becker, vice president of strategy for Viking Range, and Drew Fiorenza, vice president of North America/Australia sales and marketing and new business development for Remington Products, have been voted onto the AHAM board. The terms of Becker and Fiorenza will expire in 2014.

In addition, current board members John Arganbright, vice president of sales and marketing for Panasonic Home Appliances; Mark Bissell, chairman and CEO of Bissell and chairman of the AHAM board; and Tom Vining, vice president of engineering for Electrolux Home Products, have been reelected to the board. Their terms will expire in 2014 as well.

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