THE PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION (PCA)

PCA announces honorary member Dave Nepereny

The Portland Cement Association (PCA), representing America’s cement manufacturers, recently announced their newest honorary member, Dave Nepereny. Election to honorary membership in PCA is reserved for those who, in the opinion of the PCA Board of Directors, have rendered outstanding service to the cement industry and the association.

“Dave’s lifelong contributions to the cement industry are something to be celebrated, and we’re delighted to have Dave as an honorary member,” said PCA President and CEO Mike Ireland.

Mr Nepereny was a former Chief Executive Officer at Buzzi Unicem and as a member of the PCA Board of Directors, Mr Nepereny served as a former Chairman from 1994-1995.

“Dave was actively involved with multiple aspects of PCA, setting an example as a former Chairman and chair for multiple committees, including the Membership Development, Market Development Council, and the Administrative Council,” said PCA Chairman and President of GCC of America, Ron Henley.

In addition to committee and chairmanship work at PCA, Mr Nepereny also served as a board member to former PCA sister organization, CTLGroup.

“Dave worked tirelessly on behalf of Buzzi Unicem and PCA to advance cement industry priorities and we’re proud to see Dave’s efforts recognized by his peers through this honorary membership,” said Massimo Toso, CEO Buzzi Unicem USA.

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