Meyer, Hanson and Vulcan honored for community service

|  November 03, 2010 |

(Left to right) Frank O’Laughlin, regional environmental advisor for Meyer Material; Scott Letzter, aggregate sales manager for Meyer Material; Tom Kierna, Mayor of the Village of Cary, Ill.; John Henriksen, IAAP executive director; Ron Raupp, plant superintendent at Meyer Material Algonquin Pit No. 5; Randi Wille, manager of environmental and land services for Meyer Material Algonquin Pit No. 5; and Bill Ganek, Village Manager for the Village of Algonquin, Ill.

The Illinois Association of Aggregate Producers (IAAP) Information and Education (PIE) Committee recognized Meyer Material Company, Hanson Material Service and Vulcan Materials Co. for outstanding community involvement and support activities in an October awards ceremony.

“Each company exemplifies the ideals necessary to empower its employees to be good citizens of the community by supporting and encouraging their outreach efforts and by incorporating community involvement into its company philosophy,” says John Henriksen, executive director of IAAP.

Photo courtesy of Illinois Association of Aggregate Producers (IAAP)

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