The Arizona Self-Storage Association (AZSA), a trade organization that represents the interests of self-storage professionals in the state, has named its 2019 leadership team. In addition to naming officers and directors, the association elected three new board members and re-elected seven others.
The officers for 2019 are:
- President: Dave King, Wentworth Property Co.
- Vice president: Diane Gibson, Cox Armored Mini Storage Management Inc.
- Secretary: Jeff Gorden, Eagle Commercial Realty Services
- Treasurer: Martin Lorch, BPI Capital Management Inc.
- Conference chair: Poppy Behrens, Mini-Storage Messenger
- Education chair: Carol-Mixon Krendl, Skilcheck Services Inc.
- Legal and legislative chair: Richard Marmor
- Immediate past-president: Travis Morrow, Storelocal
Directors include Bill Alter, Rein & Grossoehme Commercial Real Estate; James Appleton, MiniCo Insurance Agency LLC; David Brown, Wentworth Property Co.; Matthew Hall, Stadium Properties LLC/Dollar Self Storage; Korey Hanson, Argus Professional Storage Management; Whitney Jurjevich, Ameripark RV & Boat Storage; Andrew Kelly, Sierra Self Storage Consulting; Ray McRae, Arizona Mini Storage Management Co./Storage Solutions; Belinda Rosthenhausler, Clear Title Agency of Arizona; Chris Rudel, The Rudel Co.; and Tarik Williams, TLW Construction.
The newly stated board members are Brown, Hall and Rosthenhausler. Re-elected to the board are Alter, Gibson, Gorden, King, Lorch, McRae and Rudel.
The AZSA comprises more than 600 member facilities owned by approximately 300 owner/operators and more than 100 associate members that are self-storage vendors. The association holds 25 events per year, including live and virtual education and networking opportunities. Its annual conference will be held at Wild Horse Pass Hotel & Casino in Chandler, Ariz., Sept. 25-26. The AZSA Golf Tournament, Sept. 24, will be at the Whirlwind Golf Club at Wild Horse Pass.
“AZSA events are a great way to get involved and engage with our membership,” said executive director Anne Mari DeCoster. “Our events include five Phoenix networking breakfasts and five Tucson Tuesday happy hours or breakfasts.”
Founded in 1996, the AZSA was created to strengthen the self-storage industry in Arizona, promote professional standards and quality, and present a unified voice on issues affecting the industry in the state and in its communities. Services include legislative watch, legal resources, communications, facility and vendor search, an annual tradeshow and other educational events and networking.
Paradise Valley Independent, Arizona Self-Storage Association Announces Board Members