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LMC elects new board chair

WAYNE, Pa. — LMC recently announced that Mark Torrisi, president of Jackson Lumber & Millwork, has been elected as chairman of the LMC Board of Directors.

Torrisi has been a member of the LMC Board of Directors for many years and has served on the Executive Committee, the Planning, Development & Education Committee, and the Forest Products Committee.

He has also served as president of the New Hampshire Retail Lumber Association (NHRLA), and on the Northeastern Retail Lumber Association (NRLA) board of directors. In 2015, he was recognized as the New Hampshire Lumber Person of the Year by NHRLA. Mark also currently serves on the board of directors of the Lawrence Boys and Girls Club.

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“Mark’s longstanding dedication to Jackson Lumber & Millwork and his extensive experience within LMC make him the ideal choice to drive our strategic initiatives and foster collaboration among our members. We are thrilled to have him in this crucial role and look forward to the continued growth and success under his guidance,” said LMC President & CEO Paul Ryan.

A 32-year veteran of the lumber industry, Torrisi, works with the Torrisi family management team consisting of his brother, Jay Torrisi, sister, Lisa Torrisi, and cousin, Joe Torrisi.  Together they have developed their 77-year-old family business into one of the premier building materials and supply firms in New England. For more than five decades, Jackson Lumber & Millwork has been an active and valued member of LMC.

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