Amy Wiedenmann Elected to the Home Builder Association

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Sunwood Development Corp is pleased to announce that Amy Wiedenmann was recently nominated and elected to the Board of Directors for the Home Builders Association of New Haven County.

Amy Wiedenmann of Sunwood Development

Amy Wiedenmann

Amy Wiedenmann was recently nominated and elected to the Board of Directors for the Home Builders Association of New Haven County.

Sunwood Development Corp is pleased to announce that Amy Wiedenmann was recently nominated and elected to the Board of Directors for the Home Builders Association of New Haven County.

The Board of Directors is the governing body of the Home Builders Association. It is their responsibility to represent the members of the association, establish goals for the association, approve budgets, support the meetings and functions of the association, and recruit new members to the association.

Amy was installed at the General Membership Meeting held in September. As the daughter of Bob and Judy Wiedenmann, owners of Sunwood Development, Amy has grown up in the construction business and has been a part of the business for years.

Amy is a 2006 graduate of Quinnipiac University and upon graduation went on to earn her real estate license. After working at Calcagni Associates in Wallingford, Amy decided to go back to her roots and joined the family business. In August of 2007, Amy became part of the Sunwood Development Corp. team as a sales coordinator.

About Sunwood Development
Founded in 1985, Sunwood Development is a Connecticut new home builder and remodeler with the goal to build homes, additions and neighborhoods with the utmost value through quality design and solid construction. With the addition of Sonoma Woods, Sunwood Development currently has three communities in Connecticut; Cobblestone in Meriden, the Willows in Wallingford and Sonoma Woods in Middletown.

Contact Bob Wiedenmann for more information at 203-269-0325 or visit http://www.sunwooddevelopment.com

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