NAWLA Brings Back the John J. Mulrooney Award

&nbsp; Nick Fitzgerald, chairman for the North American Wholesale Lumber Association (NAWLA), released the following announcement:<br />
&nbsp; &ldquo;In this, NAWLA&rsquo;s 125th anniversary year,&nbsp;I am pleased to announce the return of the John J. Mulrooney Award, information on which you can find <a href="http://www.nawla.org/page/john-j-mulrooney-award">here</a>.&nbsp;In 1979, the prestigious John J. Mulrooney Award was established by NAWLA with the intent to commemorate Mr. Mulrooney&rsquo;s life and career, emphasizing his significant and long-lasting contributions to the forest products industry.&rdquo;

Nick Fitzgerald

  Nick Fitzgerald, chairman for the North American Wholesale Lumber Association (NAWLA), released the following announcement:
  “In this, NAWLA’s 125th anniversary year, I am pleased to announce the return of the John J. Mulrooney Award, information on which you can find here. In 1979, the prestigious John J. Mulrooney Award was established by NAWLA with the intent to commemorate Mr. Mulrooney’s life and career, emphasizing his significant and long-lasting contributions to the forest products industry.”
  Fitzgerald continued, “This award will be presented to an individual who has made significant contributions to the forest products industry. Candidates must also have demonstrated strong personal integrity and a record of service to others. Since 1980, NAWLA has recognized 30 outstanding individuals with this prominent award. We are pleased to open the nomination process for the 31st recipient.”
  Nominations are now being accepted through July 16. NAWLA asks that you please consider taking time to nominate someone you feel deserves recognition for his/her service to the industry.
  Full details on the award and nomination process and form may be found here. Please direct any questions to info@nawla.org.
  More information can be found at www.nawla.org.
 


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