Larry Eberly elected secretary of statewide builders group

Staff Writer
Echo Pilot

 Larry Eberly, owner of Larry Eberly Builder of Greencastle, has been elected secretary of the Pennsylvania Builders Association. PBA is the voice of the homebuilding industry in Pennsylvania.  

In this role, Eberly will serve on PBA's board of directors and will be responsible for overseeing the association's activities on both state and national levels. As secretary, he will serve as the liaison to all coalitions and task forces of which PBA is a member. He previously served as regional vice president and regional legislative officer.

Eberly is a member of the Franklin County Builders Association, for which he has served as president, vice president, secretary, membership committee chair and co-chair of the builders' show. He was also presented with the 2002 Builder of the Year award and the 1999 FCBA Grand Spike award.

Eberly is a second generation home builder and has worked 39 years in the homebuilding industry. He is active in the association's governmental affairs committee, and the legislative analysis and health insurance committees.

Eberly resides in Greencastle with his wife Linda. They have two sons, Toby and Todd, and one daughter, Lori. He graduated from Greencastle-Antrim High School, is currently a member of Antrim Township Planning Commission and has done volunteer work with the local Habitat for Humanity.

Chartered in 1952, the Pennsylvania Builders Association is a nonprofit professional trade organization representing more than 7,200 member-companies from across the commonwealth. PBA members and their employees include builders, remodelers, material suppliers, subcontractors, consultants, lending institutions, utilities and others involved in the housing industry.