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For over 130 years, the Lumber Dealers Association of Connecticut (LDAC) has been committed to the advocacy and protection of lumber dealers’ rights. As a non-profit organization, we establish educational programs for dealers and aid lobbyists at the state and federal levels. In an industry that is forever changing, the LDAC remains a constant.

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Lumber Person of the Year 2023: David Bitso

Not every successful lumber person’s tool of the trade is the saw. For some, it’s the phone. Dave Bitso of Reeb is a master craftsman with his. “Most of my career I was on the road. I knew where every payphone was – especially the phones you could drive up to with...

Lumber Person of the Year 2022: Mark Landon

“Whatever It Takes.”: If Marc Landon had a philosophy about running a family business, that might be it. Ask him what an average day at work is like for him. “It’s mainly sales, but when you’re in ownership you have to buy...

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Lumber Person of the Year 2020: Mark Lefsyk

Most folks in the lumber industry have an interesting story or two about the good times they have spent fraternizing with their peers in the business – and many of those stories take place on a golf course. But if you are going to trade golf stories with Mark Lefsyk,...

Lumber Person of the Year 2021: John Dubrowin

If there’s one word that best describes John Dubrowin’s career, it’s safety. “I’ve always tried to teach and train safety measures so that my employees would not be injured and that they could go home the same way they arrived in the morning,” he explains. “This has...


Dear Valued LDAC Members, On Friday, March 20, 2020, Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont announced Executive Order 7H which directs the closure of all non-essential retail businesses to the public, with exceptions.   The Connecticut Department of Economic Community...

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