For the second year in a row, Ozinga hosted the Mentoring a Girl in Construction Camp via the National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) at our dispatch and plant locations in Mokena, IL. MAGIC camp is a nationwide, one-week day camp designed to offer high-school-age girls the opportunity to learn about future career endeavors in construction. Each day of the week they visit different area businesses that demonstrate what it would be like to have a career in their field.
Your neighborhood bank wouldn’t be complete without a hometown guy! Fortunately, 1st Source Bank is in good hands with Josh Birky, Banking Center Manager in Kouts, Indiana.
Ozinga ready mix driver Bruce Mitchell (pictured right) took third place at the 10th Annual Indiana Ready Mixed Concrete Association (IRMCA) Mixer Driver Competition on June 2, 2018. The IRMCA competition tests drivers on a written exam, truck inspection, and up to 10 driving challenges.
ArcelorMittal is represented by plenty of employees, many who have worked with family members at some point in time. For the Dujmovich family, three generations have found their way to ArcelorMittal Burns Harbor. With three of those members still working at the steel plant, the family has taken advantage of the great opportunity that ArcelorMittal has offered in the past and for the future.
St. Catherine Hospital celebrated their healthcare professionals’ talents of leadership, skill and compassionate care during National Nurses Week through a series of special events. Sixteen nurses received recognition at the Nursing Excellence Awards Tea. Amanda Arredondo, RN, was selected from that group to receive the 2018 Nursing/Caregiver Excellence Award.
On Tuesday morning, McColly Real Estate hosted its 44th annual awards ceremony to acknowledge agents and staff achievements from 2017. This year's theme was the McColly Derby and the event was held at Innsbrook Country Club in Merrillville.
The VNA of NWI announced today that Erica Kerkes will serve as the VNA Hospice Volunteer Coordinator, following the retirement of Rudelle Crowley in April who served in that position for 17 years.
Thomas E. Owens has been with the City of LaPorte for 27 years. He has been in Law Enforcement for 30 years and is currently the Chief of Police.
Community Hospital’s celebration of Nurses Week culminated with a ceremony to recognize the most outstanding nurse and top patient caregiver, as voted by their co-workers. Mary Puntillo, clinical nurse educator has received the “2018 Nursing Excellence Award,” and Grozda Vranic, a patient care technician in the Family Birthing Center, is recipient of the “2018 Patient Caregiver Excellence Award.”
Bill Sammon, Purchasing Manager, and Tom Barnett, Manager of Environmental Technology, have been working at ArcelorMittal for around 40 years. For both of them, the mill has been a great place to work since the beginning. Their motivated coworkers, on top of the challenging work environment, make coming to work every day enjoyable, even if that means by bike!