Millar Fuller, founder of Habitat for Humanity, died Feb. 3. He was 74. A former lawyer and entrepreneur, Fuller and his wife Linda created Habitat in 1976 after working to build low-cost homes for the poor in the U.S. and overseas. In the U.S. alone, Habitat qualifies as one of the largest builders of for-sale homes in the country, delivering more than 5,600 homes in 2007. ... The New Jersey Building Materials Dealers Association named its new president: Bryan Jaeger of Basking Ridge, N.J., owner of Jaeger Lumber of Union, N.J. ... The Florida Building Material Association announced its new board of directors, whose terms became effective Jan. 1. Executive officers include: Brad Wanzenberg, Deerfield Builders Supply Co., chairman; Dennis Vlassis, Gulf Stream Builders Supply, chairman-elect and treasurer, Wade Jefferson, Beaver Door & Trim, first vice chairman; Bridget Pulsifer, Mills & Nebraska, secretary; Don Magruder, Ro-Mac Lumber & Supply Co., immediate past chairman and national dealer director. ... The Wisconsin Retail Lumber Association has named Paul Forslund of Forslund Building Supply, as its 2008 Lumber Person of the Year. Forslund served as president of the Wisconsin Retail Lumber Association from 1997 to 1998 and continues to serve on the WRLA Advisory Board. ... The Flathead Building Association hasnamed Eric Bechtle, an outside sales representative for Stock Building Supply in Kalispell, Mont., as its associate of the year. ... The Illinois Lumber and Material Dealers Association has named Craig Loomis of Woolf Distributing Co. as its 2008 Lumbermen of the Year. ... The Michigan Lumber & Building Materials Association awarded its Dealer of the Year honor to Ron Schryer of Cheboygan Lumber Co., and its Supplier of the Year prize to Dick Opperman of Midwest Timber.