A Commitment to Ethics – Part Two

In part one, President, Randy Myers, talks about The Neenan Company’s history of being responsible. It was this practice, and the philosophy of “stand up, don’t cover up,” that Neenan took during it’s structural crisis that compelled the Foundation for Financial Service Professionals, to unanimously select The Neenan Company for their highly coveted American Business Ethics Award.

The Neenan Company was nominated by client, Dr. Jo Barbie, Superintendent for Weld County School District 1. “We never sought accolades for doing the right thing, and being acknowledged at such a high level is truly a special event for The Neenan Company,” said President Randy Myers. “For one of our clients to take the time to nominate us for this award is particularly gratifying.”

The award was created in 1994 and recognizes companies that exemplify high ethical standards in their everyday business or in response to specific crises or challenges. The Neenan Company joins a distinguished list of U.S. companies that have received the award, including Kimberly‐Clark, General Mills, Starbucks and Colorado companies Lockheed Martin, Merrick & Company and Wright Water Engineers.

Anne Rigney, Foundation for Financial Services trustee, and April Caudill, chairwoman of the Foundation for Financial Service Professionals, presented the American Business Ethics Award to The Neenan Company on October 28th.

Click here to see Randy’s acceptance speech.



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  1. Mike Hood says:

    Thank you for setting a good example for all of us. Amazing what those nuns at Sacred Heart and our Moms’ at home got into our hearts and minds.

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