Reid Ribble Succeeds Bill Good as NRCA CEO

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Reid Ribble succeeds Bill Good as NRCA’s CEO

NRCA has announced that Bill Good has retired after 28 years as the organization’s CEO and 41 years of service. He retired from NRCA Dec. 31, 2016.

Former NRCA member and Chairman of the Board, Reid Ribble officially succeeded Good as CEO Jan. 3.

A roofing contractor by trade, Ribble joined Kaukauna, Wis.-based The Ribble Group Inc., a family business in 1975, and became company president in 1980.

Ribble served as NRCA chairman of the board from 2005-06 and chairman of the board elect from 2004-05. He also was president of The Roofing Industry Alliance for Progress’ Board of Trustees from 2008-10.

Ribble has served as a member or chairman of several NRCA committees, including Budget and Finance, Business Leadership, Government Relations Oversight, International Relations and Technical Operations.

In 2010, Ribble was elected to the U.S. Congress serving Wisconsin’s 8th Congressional District and was re-elected twice. Ribble earned the reputation of being honest and able to work with representatives from both sides of the aisle.

While in Congress, Ribble served on the U.S. House Foreign Affairs Committee, Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, the House Committee on Agriculture and Committee on Budget. He authored the Biennial Budgeting and Enhanced Oversight Act aimed at balancing the House budget.

“I am looking forward to service and representing those who set the standard for professionalism in the roofing industry and working with NRCA’s staff on initiatives that will help add even more to that value,” Ribble says.

Good will stay on in a part-time capacity for a five-month transition period and will officially retire from NRCA May 31, 2017.

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