Eco Building Products, Inc. (ECOB)

Eco Building Products


Eco Building Products, Inc. (ECOB) is the manufacturer of Eco Red Shield™ – a proprietary, eco-friendly chemistry that protects lumber against mold, wood rot, termites and fire.

Based in Vista, California, Eco Buidling Products, Inc. is a publicly traded company (OTCQB) with the ticker symbol ECOB

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Necessity is the Mother of Invention
That saying could never be more true for Eco. Eco was founded in 2005 as EcoBlu Products resultant of the need for dramatic change in the lumber and building industry. EcoBlu has now evolved with better products, chemistry and protection into Eco Building Products, Inc.

The Leader in Lumber Protection
Eco is the premier manufacturer of proprietary wood products coated with Eco Red Shield™, our exclusive eco-friendly chemistry that protects against mold, rot-decay, termites and now fire. Lumber is back as the best building material and invite you to learn more about our products, as well as what makes today’s framing lumber different and more susceptible to mold, termites and fire.

Focused on Sustainability
From the beginning Eco has been focused on the environment, being sustainable, green and ahead of the curve when it comes to health standards and fire safety. Our ultimate goal is keeping families around the world healthy and safe in their own home and to help protect the environment for generations to come. Thining for our children’s children rather than ourselves.




Tom Comery

President & Chief Executive Officer

Tom is a C-Level Building Materials Senior Executive known for success in leading transformational change within highly specified, engineering oriented building products manufacturing, distribution and sales operations. A strategist that is sales and marketing centered but with a degree in accounting that drives rigor and discipline in execution; passionate about building businesses; defining and shaping the culture and character of companies and their brand. Further, Tom has extensive experience in both the U.S. and Canadian marketplace with international experience in Europe, Scandinavia, Australia, Korea, China and Taiwan. Tom’s noteworthy career experience and achievements include: Created a startup manufacturing/distribution business unit within a Fortune 100 company that grew from $4 million to $180 million in six years; Led the executive team that built and brought on line a $130 million manufacturing plant; on time and on budget – vertically integrated into Distribution network; Worked closely with McKinsey & Company as part of a 21 member leadership team in executing a $6 billion building products distribution re-engineering/transformation strategy; spearheaded the turnaround of a $200 million Canadian wood products manufacturer/distributor from negative cash to breakeven in nine months and record profits for the following two fiscal years. Education: BA, Business Administration and Accounting, Otterbein University, Westerville, Ohio; Graduate business studies, Aurora University, Aurora, Ill; Northwestern University, Kellogg School of Management Executive program, “Accelerating Sales Force Performance”.

Gerry Czarnecki

Board of Directors, Lead Independent Director

Gerry is the principal stockholder of The Deltennium Group, Inc., which is a broad consulting practice that helps boards and organizations achieve peak performance through effective leadership, focused strategy and effective organization. Gerry has a significant practice in Board succession planning and Board member evaluation programs. In addition to his own consulting practice, Gerry has been a faculty member of the NACD specializing in Strategy, Risk Management & Audit Committee operations. Gerry has held a number of executive (C-Level) positions in the banking and financial services industry which included Chairman & CEO of Bank of America – Hawaii, Chairman & CEO of Honfed Bank, President & CEO of Altus Bank, Executive Vice President and Senior Vice President – Finance of Replublic Bank Corporation. In addition, he was President of UNC, The Aviation Company and IBM Senior Vice President – Human Resources & Administration. Subsequently, he has consulted with a variety of industries including retails services, communications, information technology, insurance, manufacturing and real estate development. Gerry holds a B.S. in Economics from Temple University, an M.A. in Economics from Michigan State University, a Doctor of Humane Letters from National University and is a Certified Public Accountant. His is currently a member of the boards of directors of State Farm Insurance where is Chairman of the Audit Committee and a member of the Corporate Executive Committee; State Farm Bank and MAM Software Group, Inc. where he is Chairman of the Board; and a member of the Board of Directors of Jack Cooper Holdings Corp, and Chair of its Audit Committee. He is also a member of the Board of Directors of a small startup NuraHealth, Inc. Gerry currently serves as a member of several large non-profit boards: Vice Chairman of the Board of Trustees of National University, where he is also its former Chairman; member of the Board of Governors of the global NGO, Junior Achievement Worldwide, and was, for a period of time, its Interim President & CEO, and where he is currently Chairman of the Search Committee for a new President and CEO; Chairman of the National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD) Florida Chapter and Chairman and Founds of the Board of The National Leadership Institute. Gerry is also the author of seven books on leadership and governance.

Judith Muhlberg

Board of Directors, Board Member

Judith is experienced in dealing with ambiguity and the situations that cause it: major strategy shifts, crises, mergers & acquisitions, leadership transitions, competitive disruption and culture change and transformation. As a consultant for strategy execution firm, Gagen MacDonald since 2004, Judith has supported efforts at Fortune 500 companies — including United Airlines, BASF, Collective Brands, Inc., Estee Lauder, Mars, Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corporation, Dean Foods, Financial Services Roundtable, Air Products and Chemicals, Inc., Deloitte, Medtronic, Dow Corning, Pfizer and Southern California Gas Company. In 2002, Judith joined the Board of Directors of State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company and served on the Legal Issues, Risk Management, and Corporate Governance and Nominating committees. In 2005, she was the senior vice president of communications for Sprint Nextel for six months, overseeing the merger communications of these two companies and leading a team of some 200 communicators. Throughout her career, Judith built a broad and deep background in two major global industries: aerospace and automotive. She was senior vice president of communications and a member of the company’s Executive Council at Boeing. Judith led a 250-strong communications team and, among many successes, directed a strategic global transformation of Boeing’s brand and reputation – from that of a commercial airplane manufacturer to a broad-based aerospace company with 150,000 employees. This transformation was initiated by the merger of McDonnell Douglas and Boeing, in which Judith played a pivotal role in an extensive culture change effort driven by enhanced leadership communications. Prior to Boeing, Judith held a progression of positions in communications, government affairs, contributions and public affairs at Ford Motor Company for 22 years, rising to the number two position in public affairs and serving on the senior leadership team of the automotive company. In that position, she led all communications strategies and messaging for the automotive business and its 345,000 employees worldwide. Judith began her career in The White House during the Ford Administration, serving as an aide to two chiefs of staff (Don Rumsfeld and Dick Cheney) and, later, as assistant to the director of the White House communications office (Dave Gergen). Judith is also an adjunct professor in the Georgetown University master’s degree program for Public Relations and Corporate Communications where she teaches Corporate Crisis Communications and Leadership in Communications. In 2014, she co-authored the textbook: Leadership Communication: How Leaders Communicate and How Communicators Lead in Today’s Global Enterprise. She is a Member of the Arthur W. Page Society. In May 2012, Judith was named A&S Outstanding Alumna by the University of Wyoming. Education: Michigan State University, Juris Doctor; University of Wyoming, B.S., Communications; University of Stockholm (Sweden), studied International Economics. Judith currently resides in McLean, VA (outside Washington, D.C.) with her husband, Peeter. They have two daughters, Erika and Madeline.

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