Board of Directors
Jason Faulkner – Like most people in the area, I am a transplant. I’m originally from New Mexico. Correct, it’s not new and it’s not Mexico. I moved to Myrtle Beach in 1995 while on a break from college, ended up meeting my wife and never left the state. I graduated from Clemson University in 2000 with a degree in Math Teaching, but I eventually went back to working with my hands in various aspects of construction. I’ve been building homes in the Myrtle Beach area since 2003, and have been a Licensed South Carolina Residential Builder since 2004. I’m currently the Coastal Division Manager for Great Southern Homes. I’m a product of a high school vocational program in which we built a home through the course of a school year. I’m looking forward to becoming involved with programs in the area that will help train people in the various skilled labor trades.
David Victoria Jr. moved to the area in 1996. David graduated with a Bachelor of Architecture from Kent State University. He has worked for local architectural firms such as Timbes Architectural Group and Mozingo & Wallace LLC. While working for these firms, he found his forte in construction administration and sought out his General Contractor’s License. Mr. Victoria has been a General Contractor since 2001 as the Victoria Company LLC. In addition, David is also a licensed Architect in the State of South Carolina, is a LEED Accredited Professional, and is a member of CSI. Before forming Tungsten Corporation, David was the Director of Construction Administration for Timbes Architectural Group. This position has gained him an in depth understanding of commercial, resort, and residential construction.
David also takes an active role in professional and community associations. He is an active member of the local AIA chapter. He was also appointed by the City of Myrtle Beach Council to serve as one of seven members on the Human Rights board serving as the Vice-Chairman.
With more than 30+ years of experience, Trippett Boineau thoroughly understands the complexities of mortgage financing and can help clients in making the best choice for their circumstances. He is known for providing top-notch service throughout the mortgage process. Trippett’s professionalism and expertise has earned him numerous awards and designations.
Citizens Bank is currently the 13th largest bank in the country and one of the oldest, being founded in 1822.
Trippett also served on the Board of Directors of CCAR ( Coastal Carolina Association of Realtors) for over 10 years.
Trippett is a native of South Carolina and has lived on the Grand Strand since 1984. He and his wife Maggie live in Murrells Inlet. Both love to hunt and travel and he also loves fishing and golf.
E. Lawrence Langdale Jr., Vice President of Chicora Development and General Manager of Brook Construction. He has a BS in Business from Clemson University and a MBA from Citadel. He is very active in the HGHBA serving on the Board for several terms and as President in 2000 and 2004. Lawrence takes a strong interest in the Legislative issues and was Past Chairman of the Parade of Homes. He is a member of Ocean View Baptist Church. He is married to Reaves Allen and they have two daughters Faith and Maggie.
Berkley White is Vice President of Classic Commercial, and South Carolina’s 2013 Builder of the Year. Berkley has served two terms as President of the Horry Georgetown Home Builders Association, and has been a member since 1997. Berkley is one of six certified master builders within Horry and Georgetown Counties, and one of only 55 certified master builders in the entire state of South Carolina. For over eight years, Berkley has been a member of the Southern Living Custom Builder Program and is one of only 100 builders chosen for this elite builder program; a distinguished network of custom homebuilders throughout the South.
Lesley C. Hill is President & CEO of SunCoast Building Products & Services, Inc a family owned and operated small business which has over the last 20 years has grown into a powerhouse gutter and rainwater control business serving all of Horry, Georgetown & the Brunswick County areas, as well as surrounding counties and neighboring states.
She is a motivated, personable professional with demonstrated dedication to growing business, excellent organizational and communication skills, and enjoys a variety of tasks. Talent for identifying customer needs and presenting appropriate product and service offerings. Trustworthy, ethical and discreet, and committed to superior customer service. Poised and tactful in interaction with individuals of all levels. Detail-oriented and resourceful in completing all job duties; able to multi-task effectively. Hear and resolve complaints from customers and general public. Powerful telephone skills, able to establish immediate trust and confidence. A team player with the ability to work with internal and external clients, and quickly resolve problems.
A 18 year Accredited Member of The Better Business Bureau, honored Member of Cambridge’s Who’s Who Among American Executives & Professionals, the Presidential Who’s Who Among Business & Professional Achievers, Board Member for the Horry Georgetown Homebuilders Association and Member of the Town & Country Garden Club of Downtown Conway, SC.
Stan Godshall is Port City Elevators Regional Manager, he works with the local building contractors, home owners and business owners in the Horry & Georgetown area. Stan is very involved in the HGHBA especially the Student Chapter and Workforce Development “Train to Work” committees.
Rob Clemons is a graduate of Coastal Carolina University with a Bachelor’s of Science in Business Administration. Having grown up the son of an Air Force officer, Rob has lived in multiple states and countries. In 1996 he moved to Myrtle Beach and has lived in the area ever since. Rob is a licensed Home Builder for the state of South Carolina. Rob has been designated with a South Carolina Master Builder. He is the General Manager for Monarch Roofing LLC. He also is a licensed South Carolina Realtor with a Broker designation. In addition to being President of the Horry Georgetown Home Builders Association for 2015 and 2016, Rob has held multiple leadership positions for the association throughout the years. As a State Director and National Director for the HGHBA he’s made trips to Columbia, Washington DC, and other spots to represent our local area. In the spirit of community leadership, he’s served on both Home Owners Association boards and Architectural Review Boards for Myrtle Beach communities. Currently, Rob is also involved with many different projects including community outreach and legislative committees.
Kelvin is Regional General Manager of Operations for UFP located in Conway…..a truss manufacturing facility that services multiple markets within North and South Carolina. He started UFP as an assembler in 1985 and quickly acknowledges great customers and employees have allowed him growth opportunities within UFP over his 33 year career. He’s a previous board member but took a step back to focus on expanding other UFP locations with our region to better support UFP’s business growth, especially growth within Horry and Georgetown counties. He’s remained an active supporter of our HBA during this time and is excited to serve his second term. Kelvin is a lifelong resident of Conway with his wife, Brenda and their children…Chris and Emily.
Jason Repak grew up on the Grand Strand working in his family’s businesses in the construction and automotive industries while studying Finance and Accounting at Coastal Carolina University. Upon graduation, he went on to begin his career in corporate finance and strategic management with Rolls-Royce where he worked in a variety of roles culminating as the Interim Finance Manager for a $14 million operating budget and the Senior Analyst on a $175 million facility construction project. Before departing Rolls-Royce, Jason obtained his MBA from the University of Richmond with a focus on Finance and Investments. Upon Graduation, he and his high school sweetheart, Brandy, decided to move their family back to Myrtle Beach to assume leadership in his family’s companies. After launching a finance company and improving operations at Hudson Auto, Jason became the President of Hudson Builders where he has grown the company to new heights on a reputation of quality and homeowner satisfaction. In addition to his businesses and spending time with his family, Jason is very active in the community and has a heart for service and the success of others. He serves as a Board Member of the Coastal Carolina Wall Fellows Board of Advisors, Wall College of Business Finance and Economics Advisory Board, the Horry Georgetown Homebuilder’s Association, Cypress River Plantation’s Architectural Review Board, has previously served as a church Deacon and was previously a mentor in the Big Brothers Big Sister organization. Jason was the Inaugural Young Alumnus of the Year for Coastal Carolina University, was named a top 30 under 30 Alumnus of the University of Richmond MBA, holds a South Carolina Realtor’s License and holds a private pilot’s license.
David Martin is a builder. He has been in the building industry for over 25 years. He is an active member of the HGHBA serving on the Board of Directors for several years, as the Education Committee Chairman, and on the Clay and Golf Committees.
I have been in the Horry Georgetown Market since April of 1993. I have been with 84 Lumber Company in Myrtle Beach for 10 years as the Market Manager. I have been active in the HBA serving on various committees, serving as a board member, and serving as an officer for the state board. Live in Conway with wife Jan and son Tyler. Very excited to see the growth in the industry for our area.
Great Southern Homes
267 Willbrook Blvd. Unit C
Pawleys Island, SC 29585
Harry has served in many capacities over the years on the HGHBA board including four terms as President and was inducted into the South Carolina Housing Hall of Fame in 2009. Harry also served as President of the State HBA in 2014. He loves giving back and works diligently on the Builders Home Care Committee to benefit the community needs. He is married to Missy Dill and has three children and one grandchild.