Todd Teter, senior vice president and general manager of the House of Rohl North America, a division of Moen Inc., was elected president of the board of directors of Plumbing Manufacturers International, during PMI’s 66th annual meeting of members, held last week. Teter succeeds Joel Smith, the director of faucets product engineering at Kohler Co.
In his acceptance remarks, Teter outlined three goals for the coming year: accelerating PMI member value, increasing engagement and leveraging diversity and exploring the art of the possible. Other members of the 2021 board will be Smith, immediate past president; Vice President Martin Knieps of Viega LLC and Secretary/Treasurer Sal Gattone. At-large directors will be Daniel Gleiberman of Sloan Valve Co., Fernando Fernandez of Toto USA, Bob Neff of Delta Faucet Company and Chip Way of Lavelle Industries.
PMI’s membership meeting was held a week after the conclusion of the virtual PMI20 Manufacturing Success Conference, held from November 10 through 12.