Board Members

Bill Fite, GIPHCC President- Fite Plumbing
President/Owner of Fite LLC, started Fite Plumbing in January 1989. Fite Plumbing provides complete commercial, production, and residential services for business owners, contractors, and home owners throughout Central Indiana. Bill’s plumbing school and training was through Paul E. Smith Plumbing; he received his Contractor’s license in September of 1987. Bill is a past board member of Mechanical Skills Plumbing School. He is a present board member and building chairman of Springhill Christian Center; Bill actively plans and attends mission trips around the world. Fite Plumbing has partnered with local charity groups for our “Hose-Bibb’s for Kids” campaign. Bill may be reached at 317-996-6100 or
Jamie Carter -  Vice President, Carter's My Plumber
Jamie Carter and his father, Bob Carter, worked together in the plumbing industry.  Bob and Jamie owned Carter Plumbing.  Jamie operated in residential and commercial construction in the early 90's.  In the mid-90's he converted the business to residential plumbing service.  As the company grew, he took on a division of heating and air conditioning.  By 2003 the opportunity to own the Ben Franklin and One Hour Heating & Air franchise for the state of Indiana was available, and the conversion was made on both sides of the business.  After several years of growth and perfecting the business, the franchise parent company began acquiring several businesses across North American; in 2007 Jamie's business was part of the acquisition. Jamie has been a member of Nexstar, Plumbers Success International, Airtime 500, Ben Franklin Plumbing and One Hour Heating & Air and is still a PHCC member.  Jamie is married to Lisa, and they have worked together for the past 25 years.  They currently own and operate, along with their son, Carter's My Plumber in Greenwood.  They have 2 children, Kelson and Lauren.  Jamie may be reached at
Cathy Stegemoller - Steg Plumbing, 2nd Vice President, Steg Plumbing
Cathy Stegemoller is Owner and President of Steg Plumbing and provides a woman’s perspective on plumbing issues and oversees her staff to ensure that your home is treated with the care and respect.  She was honored as GIPHCC Contractor of the Year in 2016. Steg Plumbing is a member of the National Association of Homebuilders, Builder’s Association of Greater Indianapolis (BAGI), Indiana Builders Association (IBA), Better Business Bureau (BBB), National Association of Remodelers (NARI), and Angie’s List (Super Service Award Winner).
Brian Lebo, GIPHCC  Immediate Past President - Benjamin Franklin Plumbing
Brian is the Service Manager for Ben Franklin Plumbing in Indianapolis.  He has been with this organization since 1997.  Brian received his Associate of Science degree in HVACR technology in 1989 from Ivy Tech College, Indianapolis.  He is an HVACR contractor in Indianapolis and a licensed plumbing contractor in the State of Indiana. Brian is currently active in the PHCC on a state and local level and teaches plumbing apprentices at the Mechanical Skills School in Indianapolis. Brian is originally from Chicago, IL.  He served 4 years in the U.S. Navy and is actively involved in his church.  Brian and his wife Barbara have been married for 30 years and have two grown children.
Dave Heffner, Heffner Plumbing Company, Secretary/Treasurer
David Heffner describes himself as "chief cook and bottle washer" when asked about Heffner Plumbing. He understands that there are obvious limitations to the 1-man shop, but there are many benefits to the customer as well.  Personal commitment to the highest standards of quality workmanship and seeing that the customer's needs are professionally addressed are the number one priority. Customers also receive personal attention from their first phone call through the completion of the job and beyond.  He can be reached at Directors:
Dave Nance, Immediate Past GIPHCC President - Nance Plumbing Chris Harris, Mister Quik Dan Canter, CH Mechanical Frank Bruggner, Viega Co. Joe Denzio, Plumbers Supply Robert Frankel, 1-800-Water Damage