Dorner adjusting to changes as new WBA president

Jeff Dorner did not know what to expect in his first year as president of the Wisconsin Builders Association, but the ability to not travel around the state was not one of them.  Having to conduct meetings through video conferencing and lobbying to classify landscapers as essential businesses are just two of the challenges Dorner says the WBA has dealt with recently.



Dorner, a sales and art designer for Van’s Lumber & Custom Builders in Dyckesville, is also the treasurer of the Door County Home Builders Association.  He says the WBA staff has been doing a great job in keeping people throughout the state informed.  The WBA was able to get landscapers exempted from Governor Tony Evers’ closure order of all non-essential businesses.


(photo courtesy of the Door County Home Builders Association)


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