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NPC Names Rob Romano Vice Chair

Monday, April 20, 2020   (0 Comments)
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April 21, 2020; Wauconda, Illinois -- During its second quarter board and committee meetings last week, the National Plasterers Council (NPC) confirmed Rob Romano as the next Vice Chair of the NPC.  Mr. Romano’s term begins immediately.  He joins current NPC Chair Yvette Gammon,  Gammon Pools, Inc. in El Cajon, CA; Immediate Past Chair Lee Valenzuela, New Image Pool Interiors in Clovis, CA;  Treasurer, Rob Burkett, Burkett’s Pool Plastering in Salida, CA;  Past Chair Scott McKenna, Gardner Pool Plastering, El Cajon, CA;  and Members at Large to the Executive Committee, Jay Eaton, Cal Plastering, Phoenix, AZ and Dave Schilli, Schilli Plastering Company, Bridgeton, MO .

Mr. Romano serves as General Manager at the David Cooke Plaster Company.  He also sits on the Board of Directors at the Northeast Spa & Pool Association (NESPA).  Rob is also a Certified Building Professional (CBP), a Certified Service Professional (CSP) and brings decades of pool industry experience to the NPC leadership.

“I am excited to be a part of this dynamic association,” said Rob Romano. He added, “The NPC continues to prove itself to be the utmost authority in cementitious pool and spa finishes, and I am thrilled to be a part of their journey.”

Yvette Gammon, president of Gammon Pools and in her first year as NPC Chair said, “On behalf of the entire NPC board I want to thank and congratulate Rob for all he has contributed to the NPC and the great work he’ll offer us in the years ahead.”


About NPC

The National Plasterers Council (NPC) history goes back to the creation of the Plasterers Council under the auspices of the Southern California Chapter of the National Spa & Pool Institute. With the vision and work of Bruce Hughes, the Council was formed to provide a voice and support for swimming pool plasterers.  From its formation in 1988, the Council has been focused on studying plaster surface problems and the writing of technically sound practices for the industry. Other priorities include nationwide membership recruitment, new member benefits, and new educational opportunities including a pool surface applicator certification program. NPC has a very strong foundation and vision which will take the association to new levels now and in the future. For more information, visit