Sorgeloos to Become HFPA President

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NEW YORK--Keith Sorgeloos, president and chief executive officer of Home Source International, will become the next president of the Home Fashion Products Association.

Sorgeloos was elected to succeed Rich Roman, president and CEO of Revman International, by the HFPA board at yesterday's annual meeting of the association. He will assume the post on Jan. 1, 2012. Roman will then become president of the HFPA Foundation, succeeding Barry Leonard, president of Welspun U.S.A.

Sorgeloos has been a member of HFPA since 2008, and was elected to the association's board in February 2009. Most recently, he has served as board liaison for HFPA's Young Professionals (YoPros) Committee.

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