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ham. Tis award recognizes “service to the metalcasting industry through research, process investigation, metal properties exploration and foundry education.” Tree AFS Service Citations


were presented during Metalcasting Congress. Kathy L. Hayrynen, Ph.D.,


won an AFS Service Citation “for service to the metalcasting industry through leadership roles in various industry activities on the national and chapter levels, for educating the industry on the capabilities of cast iron and its viability, and for sup- porting the next generation of met- alcasting professionals.” Hayrynen


is vice president of research and development at Applied Process, Inc. (Livonia, Michigan). Ed Marczyszak was presented with an AFS Service Citation “for his leadership and dedication to the local New England Chapter and tireless support of the American Foundry Society to advance educa- tion in the metalcasting industry.” Marzyszak is a plant manager at Burndy LLC (Bethel, Connecticut). Brad Steinkamp was awarded an


AFS Service Citation “for con- tinuous support and leadership of a thriving Cast Iron Division and his mentorship to new committee members.” Steinkamp is techni-


cal manager of Charter Dura-Bar (Woodstock, Illinois). In addition to individuals,


companies also were recognized for their achievements in the field of metalcasting. AFS Corporate Contribution


Awards were presented to Tom Riordan, president and CEO of Neenah Foundry, (Neenah, Wisconsin); and Steve Sikorski, president of Magma Foundry Technologies, (Schaumburg, Illinois). These awards recognize companies that “contribute a sig- nificant amount of their employ- ees’ time and resources back to the Society through involvement in the AFS technical committee structure, the Institute and local chapters.” The AFS Millionaires Safety


Award, which recognizes AFS Corporate Members for achiev- ing a million or more safe-hours worked without incurring a lost time injury or illness during the


calendar year, were presented to: • Anvil International (Colum- bia, Pennsylvania): 3 million safe-hours


• MetalTek International–Wis- consin Centrifugal Division (Waukesha, Wisconsin): 2 million safe-hours


• AAM – Castings, Columbi- ana (Columbiana, Alabama): 1 million safe-hours


• AAM – Castings, Brewton Manufacturing Facility (Brewton, Alabama): 1 million safe-hours


• Oil City Iron Works, Inc. (Corsicana, Texas): 2 million safe-hours


• AAM – Castings, Iron Moun- tain (Kingsford, Michigan): 1 million safe-hours.


• AAM – Castings, Ductile Iron Castings (New Castle, Indiana); 1 million safe-hours


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