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Family, Plaster and the NPC Chair

Wednesday, June 24, 2015   (0 Comments)
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When NPC Chair Dave Schilli takes something on, it’s serious . . .

When you talk to pool plasterer Dave Schilli, he sounds pretty matter-of-fact.

Asked why he decided to be the National Plasterers Council chair, a two-year commitment, he nonchalantly says, “I was asked, so I accepted.”

It’s not until pressed that he mentions the fact that getting to be chair was the end result of years of involvement, including stints on the organization’s Membership Committee and Scholarship Committee before joining the Board of Directors and holding various executive positions there.

The fact of the matter is that when the president of St. Louis-based Schilli Plastering Co. takes on a task, he truly commits.

Consider the fact that he took stewardship of his father’s company at merely 20 years old, just months before marrying his wife of nearly 40 years. Or that he coached Junior B ice hockey for two decades while running his firm, even though a trusted advisor said he couldn’t do both.

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