The Missouri Limestone Producers Association (MLPA) announced the election of its 2018 board of directors and officers.
Those elected for a second term are: Craig Bussen, Bussen Quarries; Todd Griesemer, Anchor Stone; Matt Rosenthal, Martin Marietta; and Mike Martin, Delta Companies Inc.
Additional board members who continue to serve are: Tim Woodard, Boone Quarries; Keith Stevens, Ash Grove Aggregates; John Clark, Midwest Minerals; Tim Dobbelare, Tower Rock Stone; Brian Dockery, Central Stone Co.; Pat Mingucci, Farmer Holding Co.; Perry Schneider, Journagan Construction; and Lance Green, Murphy Tractor & Equipment.
“I am happy to congratulate these leaders on their election and continue working with the entire Board to promote the limestone industry in Missouri. I’m looking forward to the ideas and effort that they bring forth. And I want to thank the current Board members for their continuing service to our industry,” said Mike Martin, current board president and area aggregates manager for Delta Companies. “I am confident that this group of individuals will continue to work to promote the Association and work for its betterment.”
The board also elected its 2018 officers: president, Tim Woodard, Boone Quarries; vice-president, Keith Stevens, Ash Grove Aggregates; and treasurer, Brian Dockery, Central Stone Co.
“I am thrilled to work with MLPA’s dedicated board, committed staff and partners as president to extend our impact in the association’s service of our industry,” said Tim Woodard, president-elect. “These individuals are leaders in their companies, in their industry and in their communities. They represent the meaningful and vital role our members play in the economy of Missouri.”
Members of MLPA’s board of directors serve a three-year term and participate in meetings throughout the year that help shape association policy and initiatives. The board of directors is composed of 12 members.
The Missouri Limestone Producers Association is the statewide service organization for 47 companies engaged in the production of crushed stone and aggregate for commercial, residential, agricultural and infrastructure needs. The total amount of crushed stone produced in Missouri is nearly 70 million tons, representing a value of about $550 million. MLPA also represents 113 companies that provide products and services to the industry.