Beacon Roofing Supply acquired Enercon Products, a roofing distributor with six locations in Western Canada. ...Ken Blackmon, owner of Ken's Discount Building Materials, El Dorado, Ark., was named president of the Mid-America Lumbermens Association at the association's board of directors in April. ...The Mid-South Building Material Dealers Association named Paul Phillips as its new executive director, succeeding Robert Hellenthal, who retired. ...Emmet Vaughn Lumber of Knoxville, Tenn., promoted Jerry Vaughn to the position of president. He was previously a senior member of the company's management team. ... TW Perry, a five-location dealer in Gaithersburg, Md., is celebrating its 100th anniversary. ...Atlantic Building Products opened a new location in Warminster, Pa., in April. ... JM Building Supply opened in Hobe Sound, Fla., earlier this year. Its owner had had yards in Hobe Sound and Port St. Lucie before selling them to Stock Building Supply years ago. Stock later closed both yards. ... Krauter Solutions and Auto-Stak, both manufacturers of storage and racking systems, announced they will merge. ...Jane Bierman, co-founder and owner of Lincoln Windows and Timeline Vinyl Windows of Merrill, Wis., died April 28. She was 91. ...The Independent Builders Supply Association, a Smithfield, N.C.-based buying co-op, made interim CEO and president Tim Johnson's position permanent effective May 11. Johnson succeeded Ray Price, who died in March. ...The American Architectural Manufacturers Association and the Window and Door Manufacturers Association released an updated industry review and forecast that says demand for windows and doors in the new housing market rose modestly in 2010. ... Barrette Outdoor Living, a manufacturer of wood and vinyl fencing, acquiredSatellite Manufacturing, a manufacturer of aluminum products, including fencing and railing. ...Cedar Siding recently began distributing the MaxiTile fiber cement siding and trim line. ...The Shreveport, La.-based distributor HDW normally worries about supplying dealers with hardlines items, but in May it experienced a run on something more unusual in its catalog: Traps designed to capture wild hogs. The run on traps occurred because large numbers of feral pigs had been rousted from their regular habitats by the flooding Mississippi River and began invading neighborhoods.