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Woodson Elected, Bartsch, Sanchez Re-elected to ARTA Board

MISSION, Kan. — American Reusable Textile Association (ARTA) President Gabriel Boardman reports that Shane Woodson of SourceAmerica was elected and two incumbent directors have been re-elected—Bryan Bartsch of Ecotex and Dan Sanchez of Medline—to the association’s Board of Directors.

Their terms begin on Jan. 1, 2022. ARTA director terms are for two years.

The Board of Directors confirmed the results of this year’s election at its recent meeting. The complete roster for ARTA’s 2022-23 Board of Directors includes:

  • President Boardman of MIP, Montreal, Quebec.
  • 1st Vice President Jerry Martin of Prudential Overall Supply, Irvine, California.
  • 2nd Vice President Duane Houvener, America Dawn, Nashville.
  • Secretary Steven Tinker of Gurtler Industries, Inc., South Holland, Illinois.
  • Treasurer Dave Balliet of HCSC, Allentown, Pennsylvania.
  • Past President Brendan O’Neill of London Hospital Linen Service, Inc., London, Ontario.
  • Director Jeff Courey of George Courey, Montreal, Quebec.
  • Director Bartsch of Ecotex, Abbotsford, British Columbia.
  • Director Nicole Grubich of WMSHL, Grand Rapids, Michigan.
  • Director Cecil Lee of Standard Textile, Cincinnati.
  • Director Sanchez of Medline Industries, Inc., Mundelein, Illinois.
  • Director Woodson, SourceAmerica, Jonesboro, Tennessee.
  • Legislative Director Scott Delin of Superior Uniform Group, Seminole, Florida.

In addition, Nancy Jenkins of Jenkins Integrated Marketing serves as executive director and editor of ARTA.

ARTA will hold its election for the 2023-24 board in the spring, with results announced at Clean 2022 in Atlanta.


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Shane Woodson

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Bryan Bartsch

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Dan Sanchez

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