ACMC accepts donation check from MFG CEO Richard Morrison.
Congressman Mac Thornberry and Wes Shamp, general manager of MFG Texas.
Scholarship winner Angela Vickers with John Kremm, MFG Tray Manufacturing Manager.
Richard Morrison and Susan Keasling, MFG teammate, present AMM Director Bob Frisbie with check to help fund Phase 1 of the museum’s development project.
MFG Gifts $10,000 for Cancer Care
The MFG Foundation contributed $10,000 toward construction of exam and treatment rooms, infusion pumps and other needed cancer treatment equipment as part of an ongoing campaign at Ashtabula County Medical Center’s Oncology/Infusion services building.
Richard Morrison, CEO of MFG said the availability of cancer treatment locally is very important to Ashtabula County. “Cancer does not pick and choose. It can affect anyone at any time.”
Modifications to ACMC’s cancer care building include additional private exam rooms, more infusion chairs, infusion pumps, a dedicated software system and more.
Congressman Visits MFG Texas
Congressman Mac Thornberry and several of his aides visited and toured the Gainesville facility. Afterwards he participated in a discussion about the future plans for MFG Texas.
MFG Tray Company Supports Local Students
Angela Vickers, Conneaut Area Senior High’s class salutatorian is the recipient of the 2016 MFG Tray Scholarship. The $500 scholarship is renewable for four consecutive years. Angela will attend Slippery Rock University in the Fall.
MFG Gives Early Boost to New Transportation Museum
MFG helped seed the development of the Ashtabula Maritime Museum with a donation of $25,000. The $1.5 million first phase will include a 7,090 sf building with an education room, exhibits, a restoration workshop, room for traveling exhibits, a storage area, a reception area, restrooms and a director’s office. Since 1948 MFG has manufactured vehicle parts for land and sea transportation and been an economic force in the economy of Ashtabula County.