• HD Supply announced an agreement to sell its Industrial PVF business to Shale-Island Holdings LLC.
• Builders FirstSource announced the resignation of Brad Leist as the company's vice president, controller, and principal accounting officer, effective Feb. 24. His duties will be fulfilled in the interim by Chad Crow, the company's senior vice president and CFO.
• Harry Walker, the owner of Walker Building Supply in Arab, Ala., and his wife, Mary, were awarded the Circle of Excellence Business Award by the Arab Chamber of Commerce for giving discounts and materials to people affected by the tornadoes that struck the area on Apr. 27 of last year.
• Shelly Enterprises, a Telford, Pa.-based supplier, promoted Keith Freed, the current division manager at its location in Souderton, Pa., to vice president. He will continue to manage the Souderton location while representing the company at various industry councils and forums.
• TW Perry, a Gaithersburg, Md.-based dealer, was the setting for a story on CNBC regarding the success of the remodeling industry during the down housing market.
• Cape Cod, Mass.-based dealer Mid-Cape Home Centers was sold to Duxbury, Mass., entrepreneur Jeff Plank who agreed to buy the seven-location company from Jan Nickerson, whose family founded the company in 1895.
 The Millyard, an Arcata, Calif., dealer, added Greg Moss to its sales staff. Moss was previously president of Redding, Calif.-based Moss Lumber, which closed in 2011. Both Moss and The Millyard co-owner Laurie Vance are past presidents of the Lumber Association of California and Nevada.
• Judy Dinelle, a sales representative at 84 Lumber's Asheville, N.C., location was named the National Association of Home Builders' Professional Women in Building Council National Member of the Year on Feb. 8. The announcement was made at the International Builders' Show in Orlando, Fla., in early February.
• Mill Creek Lumber & Supplyhired former ProBuild executive Jim Cavanaugh as president of the company's lumber and millwork operations in Oklahoma and Kansas. The company also hired another former ProBuild employee, Steve Slater, as regional manager for the Oklahoma City area.