McElroy Employee Retires After 46 Years On The Job
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Johnnie Hoell retires from McElroy Metal after 46 years.
Bossier City, LA – Johnnie Hoell retired from McElroy Metal on January 30, after 46 years with the metal roofing and components manufacturer.
Hoell retired as the Corporate Traffic Manager at McElroy Metal and was honored with a “rolling tribute,” a congratulatory note on the side of a truck. He is the last remaining employee hired by Thomas McElroy Sr., the founder of the company, known to his charges as Mr. Mac.
“Johnnie Hoell wore many hats in his time here and has seen a lot of changes in our industry and our company,” says Ian McElroy, the third-generation president of the company founded in 1963. “Johnnie has been here from almost the very beginning. He will be missed in our offices, but he certainly has earned the opportunity to enjoy a long and healthy retirement.”
About McElroy Metal
Since 1963, McElroy Metal has served the construction industry with quality products and excellent customer service. The family owned components
manufacturer, headquartered in Bossier City, Louisiana, has 13 manufacturing facilities across the United States. Quality, service and performance have been the cornerstone of McElroy Metal’s business philosophy and have contributed to the success
of the company over the years. As a preferred service provider, these values will continue to be at the forefront of the business model along with a strong focus on the customer. To learn more, visit www.mcelroymetal.com.