Posted on April 15, 2011 by Mike Means

OSHBA members and associates have been making big news lately!

Builder Leader is Certified Green

Michael Herndon

As a homebuilder, Michael Herndon has several firsts under his tool belt:

First builder certified by the Oklahoma State Home Builders Association in his neck of the woods, as well as the first one to build to federal Energy Star standards and one of the first to go "green."

And this year he's the first president of the state builders association from rural Oklahoma. He is the owner of Herndon Construction Inc. in Kingston, about 30 miles southeast of Ardmore and 130 miles southeast of Oklahoma City, and builds in the Lake Texoma area.

Herndon, 55, talked business and building recently with The Oklahoman. Read more:


Technology Clicks for Oklahoma City Homebuilder Jeff Click

Jeff Click

Jeff Click is the go-to guy for technology among Oklahoma City homebuilders.

It's not because of his adeptness with new and emerging technologies. It's also his ability to explain it to those of us more comfortable in the '80s, and his willingness to patiently bring us along. That's why, as the world goes increasingly digital, he gets a lot of ink. And online time.

Former president of the Central Oklahoma Home Builders Association, on track to be president of the Oklahoma State Home Builders Association, at 35 he's been a builder for 13 years.

Jeff recently sat down with The Oklahoman to talk about technology and the builders' groups. Read more:

Vanessa Shadix Profiled in The Oklahoman Real Estate Section

Vanessa Shadix

The Oklahoman recently ran a profile story on Vanessa Shadix, who has been honored as Member of the Year by The National Association of Homebuilders' Professional Women in Building Council. She is agency account manager for Old Republic Title Co. of Oklahoma. Read more:

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