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• Oil City Iron Works Inc., Corsicana, Texas, for 1 million- man hours.


• US Pipe, Bessemer, Alabama, for 1 million man-hours.


• US Pipe/Griffin Pipe Products Co., Lynchburg, Virginia, for 1 million man-hours.


New Leadership CastExpo also marks the transition


Attendees of Christine Cashen's keynote address on Sunday, April 17, become part of her demonstration.


dar Falls, Iowa, for their paper, “Design Considerations for Tree-Dimensional Printed Cores and Molds (15-086).”


Honorary Lectures Stephen Neltner and Vic La-


Fay, IMERYS, Cincinnati, gave the Molding Methods & Materials Silver Anniversary Lecture,” Methylene Blue Determination of Clay: It’s Not Your Father’s Test Anymore (16-004). John Keough, Applied Process Inc.,


Livonia, Michigan, delivered the Cast Iron Honorary Lecture, “Te Stuff Matters (16-114).”


Safety Awards Te AFS Millionaires Safety Award


was given to the following AFS Cor- porate Members for achieving a million man-hours or more worked without incurring a lost time injury or illness during the calendar year 2015. • Advanced Cast Products (Parent Company- Neenah Enterprises, Inc.), Meadville, Pennsylvania, for 1 million man-hours.


• Fairmount Santrol-Wedron Silica, Wedron, Illinois, for 1 million man-hours.


• Grede-Brewton, Brewton, Ala- bama, for 1 million man-hours.


• Grede-Iron Mountain, Iron Mountain, Michigan, for two mil- lion man-hours (third award).


38 | MODERN CASTING May 2016


Keynote speaker Hadyn Shaw shares ways to communicate across the different generations in the workforce on Saturday, April 16.


• Harrison Steel Castings Co., Attica, Indiana, for 1 million man-hours.


• Lee Brass, Anniston, Alabama, for 1 million man-hours.


• McWane Ductile-Ohio, Coshoc- ton, Ohio, for 1 million man- hours (second award).


• Neenah Foundry, Neenah, Wis- consin, for 3 million man-hours (second award).


to a new AFS President. Jeff Cook, vice president of sales and marketing, Eagle Alloy, Muskegon, Michigan, assumed the role of AFS President from Immediate Past President Bruce Dienst, president and CEO, Simpson Technologies, Aurora, Illinois. Patri- cio Gil, CEO, Blackhawk de Mexico, Santa Catarina, Nuevo Leon, Mexico, assumed the position of AFS Vice President, and Jean Bye, president and CEO, Dotson Iron Castings, Mankato, Minnesota, assumed the role of AFS 2nd Vice President. Te 121st


be held April 25-27, 2017, in Milwau- kee, and the 122nd


Metalcasting Congress will Metalcasting Con-


gress will be in Fort Worth, Texas, in 2018. Te next CastExpo will take place in Atlanta April 27-30, 2019.


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