The Association serves as the Voice of the Building Industry to provide Affordable, Quality Housing and Home Ownership by supporting our Members and the Community.
Since 1946, the Home Builders Association of St. Joseph Valley has been:
A resource to public officials in establishing policies relating to housing,
A provider to its membership of educational, social, and political services and other business benefits,
A positive presence in the community, continuing to protect and promote the American dream of homeownership for all people.
The Home Builders Association of St. Joseph Valley was founded in 1946 as a not-for-profit organization. Our members are involved in a variety of ways in the home building industry‚ as builders, contractors, subcontractors, suppliers and more. We represent the interests of our membership in local, state and national affairs.
The Home Builders Association of St. Joseph Valley serves its membership and the community through education, business opportunities, leadership, government and legislative representation, community services, public relations, social activities and a forum for the exchange of ideas and products. Our principle goals are to serve as the voice of the building industry, promote affordable quality housing and home ownership, and provide meaningful services and support to our membership and the community.
2019 Board of Directors
J. Patrick Matthews
Kruggel Lawton CPAs
McCarthy Insurance Group
Additional Board Members
Associates Council Chair
Hallmark Home Mortgage
Artisan Realty Group
Collins & Company
Big C Lumber
Kline Custom Homes
Andy Place Jr.
Juday Creek Golf Course
As a member, your benefits are tangible. They range from business-building resources to money-saving discounts to an effective grassroots network that shapes the views of our elected officials and lawmakers. Here are just a few ways to get involved:
The members of this committee provide political and legislative involvement in local government. They represent the HBA on issues and opportunities that impact the building industry in our community.
The Associates Council coordinates the annual calendar and programming for General Membership Meetings, educational opportunities and other special events. They also plan for community service initiatives and establish our annual scholarship review board.
Membership & Marketing
This team promotes the HBA through public events and advertising as well as recruits and engages new members. They provide insight and content for newsletters, publications, social media and special announcements.