I regret to inform you that Mark Williams, brother of Ken Williams, Jr., Pumpcrete Corporation of Toronto, Canada died tragically on March 30th, 2013 as a result of an accident.
Below is the information regarding services for Mark and a guest link to send your condolences to the family. I hope you will all keep Mark’s family, friends and co-workers in your thoughts and prayers at this difficult time.
Regrettably, Dale Ames passed away suddenly on January 14th, 2013. Dale was a longtime member of the concrete pumping community working for various concrete pumping companies in the southeast and most recently, Pumpstar Concrete Pumps.
Services will be held:
Monday, January 21st
Burnt Hickory Baptist Church
5145 Due West Rd.
Powder Springs, GA
In lieu of flowers, the family is requesting donations be made to his children’s trust.
Our thoughts and prayers are with the Ames family at this difficult time.
The ACPA is pleased to announce their commitment to produce a first-ever financial benchmarking study for the concrete pumping industry.
Financial benchmarking assesses whether a company is achieving all that it can in today’s challenging economy and directs focus to opportunities for improvement. In short, it helps managers and owners improve the profit and cash flow of their companies.
Participation is FREE for ACPA members and COMPLETELY CONFIDENTIAL.
On November 9, 2012, a valued friend of the concrete placing industry, Gary Schmidt, 61, passed away in Walnut, California. Gary courageously battled lung cancer for almost a year before leaving behind his wife Sally, a married daughter and a recently born grandson. He precedes his mother Mary, three brothers and two sisters. Gary was the son of the late Joe Schmidt, Jr., a pioneer in concrete placing; and Gary proudly followed in his father’s footsteps with the same dedication to advancing our industry.