Fenestration Canada Names New Vice President after Al Dueck Resigns

Window & Door
July 22, 2014

Al Dueck, president of DUXTON Windows & Doors, resigned as first vice president of Fenestration Canada, effective July 15, 2014. The association's executive committee appointed Greg Dickie of Atlantic Windows Ltd. to replace Dueck as first VP.

“The past 2 ½ years have been an excellent experience, working and getting acquainted with a group of very dedicated professionals within the industry," says Dueck. "However, I have become aware that I need to find a better balance between immediate family and a young, growing business. It has been my special pleasure to participate in the creation of our own Ottawa office. I intend to make ongoing efforts to continue to give back through continued involvement as the importance of Fenestration Canada continues to grow.”

“Al’s dedication and persistent support of the association as an officer will be missed,” says Skip MacLean of Tru Tech Doors and president of Fenestration Canada. “We wish him well in his future endeavors as he focuses on family and business issues.”

Dickie has been a supportive board member for several years and currently serves as chairman of the association’s Canadian Code Compliance Committee. 

“We are very pleased to welcome Greg to the executive [committee] and look forward to his fresh approach and energetic contribution to the association,” says Yvan Houle, president of Portes et FenĂȘtres PrĂ©sident Inc. and immediate past president and chairman of the nominating committee. 

Allan Doyle, second vice president, and Kevin Pelley, treasurer, will continue to serve on Fenestration Canada's executive committee.