AggMan of the Year
The AggMan of the Year is the aggregate industry’s top personal honor. Each December an industry leaders who have had a profound and lasting impact on the industry is recognized. Previous recipients include members of large and small companies, production and management, crushed stone, and sand and gravel producers. The common thread among each is their ability to develop innovative solutions to tough issues facing the market.
Know someone who has made a significant contribution to the aggregates industry on both a local and national basis? Consider nominating them as a future AggMan of the Year recipient. Please fill out the AggMan of the Year nomination form.
Past AggMan of the Year Winners:
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Rod Martin shows that family business leaders can have a big impact on state and national issues.
Charlie Luck models how one person can ignite the potential of others, boost financial performance, and positively impact lives.
Paul Mellott, Jr. leverages his passion and persuasion to create value for his employees, customers, community, and the aggregate industry.
Springfield Underground’s Louis Griesemer quietly and effectively leads his company and the aggregates industry through myriad challenges.
A strong sense of family and a keen ability to facilitate groups have propelled Cheryl Ann Suzio to success in state and national leadership roles.
Carroll gets results by building coalitions, aligning goals, and creating win-win situations for groups accustomed to working against rather than with one another.
For more than a decade, Wilson has helped to steer the strategic vision of the aggregates industry.
From safety environmental, and operational issues to acquisitions and asset swaps, Nye knows aggregates inside and out.
Steve Hatfield – also known as the Sandman Pilot – demonstrates his aptitude for aggregates and industry involvement.
2004 AggMan of the Year: Ed Elliott
The drive to make it unacceptable to accept injury in the workplace as just part of doing business has let our 2004 AggMan of the Year to reduce his company’s injury level by two-thirds.
2003 AggMan of the Year: Frank Chaney
As one of the industry’s strongest advocates for education, Chaney paves the way for a strong future.
2002 AggMan of the Year: Drew Meyer
After more than three decades in the industry, Meyer has a steady hand at the helm of numerous aggregates groups.
2001 AggMan of the Year: Bill Sandbrook
Exemplifying professionalism and patriotism, Sandbrook demonstrates the impact one man can have on an industry.
2000 AggMan of the Year: Bruce Mason
Under the leadership of Executive Director Bruce Mason, the Indiana Mineral Aggregates Association developed a reputation as one of the aggregates industry’s leading state associations.
1999 AggMan of the Year: Val Tepordei
After defecting from life behind the Iron Curtain, Tepordei makes a mark on the U.S. aggregates industry as one of its foremost experts in crushed stone statistics.
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