Nathan Cressman elected chair of AHFA board of directors for 2024

HIGH POINT — The American Home Furnishings Alliance said that Nathan Cressman, president and chief executive officer of Magnussen Home, has been elected chair of the AHFA board of directors for 2024. He was elected to the role during the organization’s Annual Meeting & CEO Conference in Nashville, Tennessee, Nov. 2-5.

Nathan Cressman

Magnussen Home’s corporate headquarters is in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. Cressman is based at the company’s office in Greensboro, North Carolina.

Joining him on AHFA’s executive committee are Andy Bray, Vanguard Furniture, first vice chair, and Caroline Hipple, Norwalk Furniture, second vice chair. Joe Johnston, Johnston Casuals Furniture, continues on the executive committee as immediate past chair.

Executives named to new three-year terms on the AHFA board of directors are Doug Bassett, Vaughan Bassett Furniture; Jeremy Hoff, Hooker Furnishings; Travis Wagner, Ashley Furniture Industries; and Mark Weber, Southern Motion.

Continuing on the board with terms expiring at the end of 2025 are Edward Audi, Stickley Furniture; Mark Franklin, Franklin Furniture; Sean O’Connor, Universal Furniture; Veronica Schnitzius, American Leather; Luke Simpson, Durham Furniture; and Henry
Vanderminden IV, Telescope Casual Furniture.

Board members with terms expiring at the end of 2024 are Steve Elton, Brown Jordan; Fred Henjes, Riverside Furniture; Steve Lehman, Smith Brothers of Berne; and Melinda Whittington, La-Z-Boy Inc. Eddie Massood, Massood Logistics, and Jason Porter, Hickory Springs, are the 2024 representatives on the board from AHFA’s Solution Partners division.

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