WASHINGTON, July 20, 2015 – Joseph Capano of Wilmington, Delaware, was designated a Senior Life Director of the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) by the Association’s board of directors at their Spring Board of Directors’ Meeting in Washington, DC., on June 6, 2015.
“Serving the housing industry by participating on NAHB’s board of directors for more than 20 years is an incredible accomplishment,” said NAHB Third Vice Chairman Randy Noel. “NAHB commends Joseph for his dedication to advancing housing opportunities for all Americans.”
Joseph Capano founded Capano Homes Inc. in 1994 after 20 years of experience in the home construction field, which includes a long family history of experience in land acquisition, land development, construction, rental units and home sales. He has served as a voting director at NAHB for 20 years, and, at the local level, Capano is actively involved within the Home Builders Association of Delaware (HBA/DE), having served as its President from 2000 until 2001 and currently serving as a Life Director for the organization. “We are very appreciative and proud of Joe, having represented us at the national level, in addition to his local participation,” said HBA/DE President, Kevin Whittaker.
In order to be designated as an NAHB Senior Life Director, an NAHB builder or associate member must have attended at least two board meetings each year for 10 years before being elected as a Life Director, then two meetings a year for an additional 10 years to become a Senior Life Director.
From everyone at HBA/DE; Congratulations to Joseph M. Capano for this momentous achievement!