Ronald M. White, CEO of Superior Paving Corp., Gainesville, Va., has been elected chairman of the board of the National Asphalt Pavement Association (NAPA) for 2007. White was installed in office during NAPA's 52nd Annual Meeting in California.
Other national officers serving with White for 2007 are G.M. "Mac" Badgett, Vulcan Materials Co., Birmingham, Ala., first vice chairman; James E. Weeks, Barrett Paving Materials Inc., Cincinnati, second vice chairman; Blaine M. Johnson, Midwest Asphalt Corp., Hopkins, Minn., third vice chairman; Kim W. Snyder, Eastern Industries Inc., Center Valley, Pa., secretary; and Larry H. Lemon, Haskell Lemon Construction Co., Oklahoma City, treasurer.
White's NAPA activities include being a member of the executive committee since 2001, a NAPA state director from 1989 to 1991, and a member of numerous other NAPA committees and task forces. White is a graduate of the Frederick College, Virginia, with a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration.
White has served as president of the Virginia Asphalt Association Inc., president of the Heavy Construction Contractors Association and a board member of the Old Dominion Highway Contractors Association. He also is a board member of the Virginia Transportation Construction Alliance.