Distinguished Career Award

Saturday, April 8, 2017

Hartford Convention Center, Sixth Floor, Note-this is a change, but this event is at the same location as last year at the Convenion Center, 6th Floor

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- Hotel Room Block details provided when you Register

Main Cocktail reception - 5:30 PM, Grand Ballroom, 3rd Floor
Dinner - 7:00 PM - Followed by Award Presentations (8PM - 9 PM)

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WCMA will welcome to the Marriott Hartford Downtown over 300 attendees including over 100 industry veterans who have been honored in the past.  The main cocktail reception has been called “the year’s best two hours of wire and cable industry networking”.

The WCMA is pleased to announce the recipients of our 2017 Distinguished Career Award.

Paul Kish - Director - Systems and Standards (retired), Belden Inc.
Donna Leclerc - Director, Manufacturing, Harbour Industries, LLC
Brian Parsons - President, Dekoron Wire & Cable LLC
Robert Rozanski - Senior Account Manager, Freeport McMoRan Inc.
Mark Spencer - President, W. Gillies Technologies LLC
Paul Trunk -  President, Berk-Tek -Nexans Co.
Greg Ulewicz - President, Prestolite Wire, A General Cable Co.
Tom Walker -President, Pittsfield Plastics Inc

WCMA continues a tradition of recognizing wire and cable industry leaders and professionals, started over 30 years ago, by the late Dick and Harriet Callahan, founders of the Wire & Cable Clubs of America.

Nominations for this award are received from the WCMA member website and are first reviewed by a committee of prior Award recipients through a ballot process.  The WCMA Board of Directors then makes final selections based on an individual’s character, credibility, and commercial or technical contributions during their career.

Download Full Press release here

View a VIDEO - Distinguished Career Award History & Selection Process with new section highlighting Young Industry Professionals - 2015

WCMA thanks Mattingly Graphix for producing this video.