Murn Management President Keith Gillan Named President of the MMHA's Board of Directors

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Murn Management President Keith Gillan Named President of the
Maryland Multi-Housing Association’s Board of Directors

Cove Property Founder Stephen Margerum will preside as board’s vice president, Carpet Consultants President Steve Weidner as treasurer, and Bozzuto VP Patrick Butler as secretary.

Owings Mills, MD – The Board of Directors of the Maryland Multi-Housing Association (MMHA), which represents providers of rental housing and professional residential services, recently elected new officers for the 2017-2018 fiscal year. Keith Gillan, president of Murn Management, was elected board president. He is joined by Cove Property Management Founder Stephen Margerum who will serve as vice president, Carpet Consultants President Steve Weidner as treasurer, and Bozzuto Management Vice President Patrick Butler as secretary.

Collectively, the board’s new officers and new members represent and wide array of residential community interests across the state, convening a range of experience from property management companies and service providers. The diversity of experiences and perspectives will be especially valuable as MMHA continues to expand its program offering, including the new Service Training Academy which equips men and women with skills required for a career as a maintenance technician through a three-month course offered free-of-charge to the applicant.

 “We are honored to welcome our new board leaders and members who have outstanding backgrounds and genuinely aspire to see the residential property industry and our communities thrive,” said Adam Skolnik, executive director of MMHA. “There are a lot of exciting things happening at MMHA and we’ve seen some great successes recently tackling the challenges our members face, such as helping to fill the need for skilled maintenance technicians across Maryland by launching our very own training program.”

 A full list of MMHA’s 2017-2018 board members is provided below. For more information on the MMHA and/or its Service Training Academy, please contact Adam Skolnik, executive director of MMHA, at #410-413-1544 or

MMHA 2017-2018 Board of Directors

 Executive Leadership

Keith Gillan, Murn Management, President

Stephen Margerum, Cove Property Management, Vice President

Steve Weidner, Carpet Consultants, Treasurer

Patrick Butler, Bozzuto Management, Secretary

Executive Committee

Debbie Roebuck, DOLBEN (Immediate Past President of MMHA Board)

Amy Asuquo, Continental Realty Corporation

Chris DiMario, Maryland Management

Eddie Lichter, Valley Management Group

Gary Blibaum, Blibaum & Associates

Heidi Kenny, Kenny Law Group

Jamie Lubliner, Hendersen-Webb

Kathy Kelly-Howard, Regional Management

Keisha Warrick, Home Properties

Letecia Rollins, Sagal, Filbert, Quasney & Betten

Wink Mather, Acadia Windows & Doors


Becky Clise, WPM Real Estate Management

Ben Frederick, Ben Frederick Realty

Bob Lowther, Arbor Multifamily Acquisitions Company

Chris Devlin, TrashBusters

Damian Levin, Property Owners’ Exchange

Dave Thomas, Allen & Rocks

Diane Edwards, R Home Property Management

James Dahlgren, CSC Service Works

Jonathan Ehrenfeld, Blue Ocean Realty

Kathie Dzbinski, A & G Management Company

Kelly Allbritton, Bozzuto Management

Kim Ma, Apartment Services

Leonard Frenkil Jr., WPM Real Estate Management

Melissa Beaver, Signature Properties

Mike Stark, Home Properties

Patrick Connor, CONNOR

SAW Walper, Professional Restorations

Sean Organ, Morgan Properties

Sonya Campbell, Cove Property Management

Theresa Leatherbury, Rachuba Management

About the Maryland Multi-Housing Association (MMHA)

The Maryland Multi-Housing Association (MMHA) is a professional trade association that was established in 1996 with a membership consisting of owners and managers of more than 193,000 rental housing homes in 820 apartment communities. MMHA also represents companies that manage over 35,000 condominium and homeowners associations in over 250 communities. Our members house over 595,000 residents of the state of Maryland. In addition, MMHA represents almost 250 associate member companies who supply goods and services to the multi-housing industry.