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Noranda aluminum recognized for support of employees serving in National Guard, Reserve

From left: Dennis Carden, Lucas Eaton, Brandy Scheer, Mike Mize, Pat Nolan, Randal Bowden, Cal Adkins, Dallas Snider, Carol Drummond, Sallie Duenne, Phil Heimbecker, Matt Jenkins and Chad Pinson. (Source: Noranda Aluminum) From left: Dennis Carden, Lucas Eaton, Brandy Scheer, Mike Mize, Pat Nolan, Randal Bowden, Cal Adkins, Dallas Snider, Carol Drummond, Sallie Duenne, Phil Heimbecker, Matt Jenkins and Chad Pinson. (Source: Noranda Aluminum)
Pictured from left: Assistant Site Manager Cal Adkins, ESGR Area Chair Matt Jenkins, Executive Director for the Missouri Guard and Reserve Brandy Scheer, and State of Missouri Veteran’s Representative Carol Drummond. (Source: Noranda Aluminum) Pictured from left: Assistant Site Manager Cal Adkins, ESGR Area Chair Matt Jenkins, Executive Director for the Missouri Guard and Reserve Brandy Scheer, and State of Missouri Veteran’s Representative Carol Drummond. (Source: Noranda Aluminum)
NEW MADRID, MO (KFVS) -

Noranda aluminum was recognized for their support of employees who serve in the National Guard and Reserve.

Missouri Employers Support of the Guard and Reserve gave the employer their Above and Beyond Award during a ceremony on August 31.

Noranda was selected to receive the award because of their awareness and recognition of contributions made by employees who are veterans or current members of the U.S. Armed Forces.

“We are proud to employ veterans and current Service members,” said Noranda Aluminum Site Manager Chad Pinson, “who bravely served our country, and those who continue to serve in the National Guard and Reserve.”

Veterans and Service member’s make-up about 20 percent of the aluminum smelters’ more than 900 employees.

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