ASI Stone Imports, Inc.

President
Dot DeLoach

In 1990, Dot DeLoach and her husband, Jim, founded Architectural Stone Imports, Inc. In January 2007 Dot became majority stockholder, and was appointed President of ASI in August, 2008. Her responsibilties include directing the administrative, accounting, and overall financial operations of the company.

Vice President
Jim DeLoach

Jim DeLoach's career in the marble and granite industry spans more than 50 years. He began his career at Alabama Marble Company as a draftsman and progressed into fabrication, quarrying, installation, and sales with Georgia Marble Co., who aquired the company. In 1966 he moved to New Orleans to begin a marble company for Stewart Resources and was made President of the company, International Stone and Erectors. DeLoach started his own business in 1979, furnishing and installing stone. Today some 100 high-rise buildings, over 1,000 mausoleums, numerous interiors, and high-end hotels have marble or granite furnished by his company.

Vice President
Kerry DeLoach

Kerry joined the company in 1980 as a project manager and estimator working with commercial high-rise buildings. Some to his credit are: 53rd at 3rd in New York City, Philip Johnson Architect, Nations Bank, Kevin Roche Architect. Kerry has a Civil Engineering Degree from Louisiana State University. Kerry directs all commercial activity at ASI and oversees ASI's United States Embassy contracts worldwide.

Vice President
Sherry Giordano

Sherry joined the company in 1982 as a Project Manager overseeing commercial high-rise buildings. Sherry worked in the field and also spent 12 months in France as quality control inspector for a major high-rise building in Chicago. She has a BS Degree from Holy Cross College in New Orleans, LA. At present, Sherry directs the mausoleum and residential activities at ASI.