Chairman of the Board—Nick Sabino

Nick Sabino is founder and president of Deer Park Roofing Inc., Cincinnati.

Sabino previously served as an NRCA vice chairman from 2014-16 and 2017-18, and an NRCA director from 2010-13.

In addition, Sabino has served as chairman of several NRCA committees, including the NRCA University Operations, Workforce Solutions, Residential Contractors and Young Contractors committees.

Sabino also served as a member of the International Roofing Expo® advisory board from 2011-18. He was the 2011 recipient of the Owens Corning Innovation Award, as well as the 2012-18 recipient of the Owens Corning Industry Stewardship Award.

He holds a bachelor’s degree in mathematics from Xavier University, Cincinnati.

Check out Professional Roofing's article, "A self-made leader" to learn more about Nick Sabino.

Former Chairman of the Board

  • 2018  |  Kent Schwickert  |  Mankato Minn.
  • 2017  |  Jim Barr  |  Abilene, Texas
  • 2016  |  Dennis Conway  |  Las Vegas
  • 2015  |  Lindy Ryan  |  Sanford, Fla.
  • 2014  |  Rich Nugent  |  Lithia Springs, Ga.
  • 2013  |  Nelson Braddy  |  Grand Prairie, Texas
  • 2012  |  Bruce McCrory  |  Mobile, Ala.
  • 2011  |  Kent Tolley  |  Boise, Idaho
  • 2010  |  Allen Lancaster  |  Savannah, Ga.
  • 2009  |  Rob McNamara  |  Milwaukee
  • 2008  |  Rob Therrien  |  Keene, N.H.
  • 2007  |  Bob Daly  |  Kansas City, Kan.
  • 2006  |  Mark Gaulin  |  Jessup, Md.
  • 2005  |  Reid Ribble  |  Kaukauna, Wis.
  • 2004  |  Dane Bradford  |  Billings, Mont.
  • 2003  |  John Gooding  |  Ephrata, Pa
  • 2002  |  W. Don McCrory  |  Mobile, Ala.
  • 2001  |  Mike Promen  |  Broadview, Ill.
  • 2000  |  John Miller  |  San Francisco
  • 1999  |  James McAdam  |  New Haven, Conn.
  • 1998  |  Steven Kruger  |  Macon, Ga.
  • 1997  |  Conrad Kawulok  |  Boulder, Colo.
  • 1996  |  Robert M. Dalsin  |  Minneapolis
  • 1995  |  Bennett Hutchison III  |  Atlanta
  • 1994  |  Charles Bechtel  |  Dayton, Ohio
  • 1993  |  Frank E. Lawson Jr.  |  San Francisco
  • 1992  |  J. Dudley Miles III  |  Chesapeake, Va.
  • 1991  |  Richard Rosenow  |  Elk Grove, Ill.
  • 1990  |  Charles N. Griffiths Jr.  |  Binghamton, N.Y.
  • 1989  |  William T. Fort Jr.  |  Sumter, S.C.
  • 1988  |  Marlin Potteiger  |  York, Pa.
  • 1987  |  Michael Beldon  |  San Antonio, Texas
  • 1986  |  Donald McNamara  |  Milwaukee
  • 1985  |  Robert T. Harrison  |  Greenville, S.C.
  • 1984  |  Wayne I. Mullis  |  Phoenix
  • 1983  |  Burton J. Karp  |  West Hartford, Conn.
  • 1982  |  John W. Bradford  |  Billings, Mont.
  • 1981  |  John Zamrzla  |  Lancaster, Calif.
  • 1980  |  William Kugler  |  Denver
  • 1979  |  Thomas Manson  |  Kansas City, Mo.
  • 1978  |  Melvin Kruger  |  Macon, Ga.
  • 1977  |  J. Roy Martin Jr.  |  Anderson, S.C.
  • 1976  |  George Stephenson  |  St. Louis
  • 1975  |  Robert Linck  |  Philadelphia
  • 1974  |  Charles J. Raymond  |  Miami
  • 1973  |  William R. Steinmetz Sr.  |  South Bend, Ind.
  • 1972  |  James F. King  |  Portland, Ore.
  • 1971  |  Robert Osterholt  |  St. Louis
  • 1970  |  Bennett Hutchison Jr.  |  Atlanta
  • 1969  |  Henry Alcock  |  Chicago
  • 1968  |  Edward D. Weyand  |  Sacramento, Calif.
  • 1967  |  J.J. Hall Jr.  |  Corpus Christi, Texas
  • 1966  |  Robert E. Bubenzer  |  Indianapolis
  • 1965  |  George Burrus  |  Knoxville, Texas
  • 1964  |  John Hartmann  |  Terre Haute, Ind.
  • 1963  |  Milton Olson  |  Omaha, Neb.
  • 1962  |  Charles Griffiths Sr.  |  Binghamton, N.Y.
  • 1961  |  Rudy Barnes  |  Charlotte, N.C.
  • 1959-60  |  John D. Reuter  |  St. Louis
  • 1958  |  Clyde Scott  |  Chicago
  • 1957  |  Cal Bowman  |  Oklahoma City
  • 1956  |  Harvey Wallace  |  New Orleans
  • 1954-55  |  John D. Ennis  |  Terre Haute, Ind.
  • 1953  |  Walter Simon  |  St. Louis
  • 1952  |  B.D. Schram  |  Denver
  • 1951  |  M.T. Buckley  |  Wichita, Kan.
  • 1950  |  Gordon Waters  |  Rocky Mount, N.C.
  • 1949  |  Ben J. Esko  |  Chicago
  • 1947-48  |  C.L. Cockrell  |  Chicago
  • 1946  |  C.C. High  |  Scranton, Pa.
  • 1944-45  |  A. Biebel  |  St. Louis
  • 1943  |  H.O. Rex  |  Stamford, Conn.
  • 1942  |  Milton Carpenter  |  St. Louis
  • 1940-41  |  Myron W. Powell  |  Chicago
  • 1939  |  I.A. Langer  |  Milwaukee
  • 1937-38  |  Tom J. Daly  |  Kansas City, Kan.
  • 1936  |  D.A. Jackson  |  Los Angeles
  • 1935  |  John J. Hession  |  Louisville, K.Y.
  • 1934  |  C.L. Pitts  |  Newark, N.J.
  • 1932-33  |  J.A. Piper  |  Greenville, S.C.
  • 1930-31  |  J. Boyd Griffiths  |  Binghamton, N.Y.
  • 1929  |  Joseph Campbell  |  Providence, R.I.
  • 1928  |  C.C. James  |  Grand Rapids, Mich.
  • 1927  |  George E. Moore  |  Chicago
  • 1926  |  Norman E. Dow  |  Omaha, Neb.
  • 1925  |  George E. Moore  |  Chicago
  • 1924  |  A.W. Carmichael  |  Toronto, Canada
  • 1923  |  John C. Finegan  |  Boston
  • 1922  |  Charles N. Louis  |  Peoria, Ill.
  • 1921  |  Mark Cronin  |  Chicago
  • 1919-20  |  T.F. Sloan  |  Paterson, N.J.
  • 1918  |  J.C. Norton  |  Cleveland
  • 1917  |  A.W. Bartholomew  |  Memphis, Tenn.
  • 1916  |  George W. Moore  |  Providence, R.I.
  • 1915  |  John Ingram  |  Chicago
  • 1914  |  Lee H. Gould  |  Cleveland
  • 1913  |  L.W. Harrington  |  New York
  • 1912  |  John L. Jones  |  Chicago
  • 1911  |  W.A. Murtfeld  |  Boston
  • 1910  |  W.L. Springer  |  Chicago
  • 1909  |  William B. Hart  |  Providence, R.I.
  • 1908  |  A. F. Golden  |  Scranton, Pa.
  • 1907  |  E.W. Jameson  |  Buffalo, N.Y.
  • 1906  |  Howard Nichols  |  Des Moines, Iowa
  • 1905  |  J.W. Bushnell  |  Peoria, Ill.
  • 1904  |  J. Lober  |  Philadelphia
  • 1903  |  Maj. Elias Powell  |  Chicago
  • 1902  |  W.N. Childs  |  New York
  • 1901  |  Henry Reuter  |  Kankakee, Ill.
  • 1900  |  John C. Finegan  |  Boston
  • 1899  |  Charles Schneider  |  St. Louis
  • 1898  |  Charles Kunzler  |  Pittsburgh
  • 1897  |  A.J. Shirk  |  Oklahoma City
  • 1896  |  C.G. Jameson  |  Buffalo, N.Y.
  • 1895  |  John M. Sellers  |  St. Louis
  • 1894  |  S.A. Datzell  |  Youngstown, Ohio
  • 1893  |  William O'Donnell  |  Chicago
  • 1892  |  George Winding  |  Milwaukee
  • 1891  |  W.P. Lupton  |  Pittsburgh
  • 1890  |  E.S. Bortel  |  Philadelphia
  • 1889  |  Henry C. Smither  |  Indianapolis
  • 1888  |  H.R. Shaffer  |  Chicago
  • 1887  |  F.J. Sokup  |  Grand Rapids, Mich.
  • 1886  |  J. Wilkes Ford  |  Chicago
  • 1885  |  Samuel D. Warren  |  St. Louis
  • 1884  |  Maj. Samuel E. Barrett  |  Chicago
  • 1883  |  H.M. Reynolds  |  Grand Rapids, Mich.
  • 1882  |  Col. M.W. Powell  |  Chicago
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