The MFMA honors those members, past and present, who have made a lasting impact on the maple flooring industry. Inductees into the MFMA Hall of Fame have accomplishments ranging from founding mills to educating architects and specifiers to developing innovative milling and installation techniques. These outstanding members helped the MFMA become the recognized leader in quality product and technical expertise, and their legacy lives on in the work the association does today.

Bruce Stalker

Class of 2012
 In 1961 Bruce Stalker opened Stalker and Sons Sanding in New London WI.

Jim Stoehr

Class of 2003
During his time as MFMA President, Jim was the driving force towards marketing to the industry through the use of marketing dues paid on each square foot of flooring sold. His vision helped position the MFMA as the "authority" on maple sports surfaces to architects.

John Tepsa

Class of 2014
John Tepsa was hired by Connor in 1980 working out of their corporate office in Wausau, Wisconsin as their Corporate Lumber Controller. Within a few months, John took over the Flooring Sales Manager position.

Walter Verseman

Class of 2012
Walter Verseman joined Mid-West Floor in St Louis around 1950, rose to Vice-President/General Manager and was also their specialist in gym floors.
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