The National Coin and Bullion Association confirmed its new 2023-2024 officers and the organization’s chairman during its recent board meeting during the Florida United Numismatist F.U.N. Convention in Orlando, Florida.
Patrick Ian Perez, vice president data & content of Greysheet in Virginia Beach, Virginia, was named as the new chair. Perez served on the NCBA board for several years prior to being named chair.
The remaining officers named during the meeting include treasurer John Fisher (Fisher Precious Metals, Deerfield Beach, Florida), secretary Simon Codrington (Hugh Wood, New York, New York), immediate past chair John Brush (David Lawrence Rare Coins, Virginia Beach, Virginia), and at-large member Mike Fuljenz (Universal Coin & Bullion, Beaumont, Texas).
There were eight board members named without an election because the number of candidates running was fewer than the number of open positions. The new members include Greg Allen (Greg Allen Coins, LLC), Robert Brueggeman, Dan Duncan (U.S. Coins), Mike Fuljenz (Universal Coin & Bullion), Terry Hanlon (Dillon Gage), Brian Kint (David Lawrence Rare Coins), Mauricio Londono (Precious Metals International), and Stephanie Sabin (Professional Coin Grading Service). These members are serving a five-year term and may run for a second term.
Existing board members Philip Diehl (U.S. Money Reserve), Tom Hallenbeck (Hallenbeck Coin Gallery), Gary Linthicum (Universal Coin & Bullion), and Max Spiegel (Numismatic Guaranty Corporation) are now serving remainder of their second five-year terms.
Honorary members are Robert Fritsch (Collector), Kim Kiick (American Numismatic Association), and Cindy Wibker (Florida United Numismatists).
A huge thank you to David Ganz (Ganz & Hollinger, PC), David Greenstein (Aurum Trading), Robert Greenstein (Harlan J. Berk), Robert Harwell II (Hancock & Harwell Rare Coins and Precious Metals), Patrick Heller (Liberty Coin Service), John Highfill (Oklahoma Coin Exchange), Steve Ivy (Heritage Auctions), Don Kagin (Kagin's), Kirk Kelly (Kirk Kelly Rare Coins), and Harry Miller (Miller's Mint) for their past years of service on the board of directors.
Heller will continue to serve the association as a volunteer industry issues advisor for states’ initiatives.
The National Coin & Bullion Association is a 501(c)(6) tax-exempt trade association dedicated to the coins, currency, and precious-metals bullion communities for 40 years. NCBA exists to promote and safeguard the interests of its members, serving as the industry watchdog to maintain a favorable legislative and regulatory climate in the United States federal government and individual state governments. For more information, visit nationalcoinbullionassoc.org/membership or email firstname.lastname@example.org .