Associates from Luck Companies recently accepted a Gold Medal in the 2014 Governor’s Environmental Excellence Awards from Virginia state officials. The company was honored for commitment to sustainability across all business units (Luck Stone, Charles Luck Stone Center, Har-Tru Sports, Luck Development Partners), resulting in significant improvements in water conservation, land preservation, waste generation and energy savings.
“We are honored to be recognized with this prestigious award for our longstanding efforts in environmental stewardship and management,” said Charles S. Luck IV, president and CEO of Luck Companies. “We are committed to making a difference in the lives of others and building legacies for future generations. Our overarching sustainability goal is to enable current and future generations to thrive socially, economically, and environmentally.”
Shown from left to right in accompanying photo are: Clyde Cristman, director, Virginia Department of Conservation & Recreation; Molly Ward, Virginia Secretary of Natural Resources; Joe Carnahan, general manager of Specialty Products; Larry Estep, outside sales representative for Specialty Products; Mark Donald Williams, environmental manager; Rich Hart, vice president of strategic services for Luck Stone; Amy Romero, environmental stewardship coordinator; Steve Curtis, outside sales representative for Specialty Products; Jimmy Rodgers, business development manager for Luck Stone; John Pullen, chief growth officer; and David Paylor, director, Virginia Department of Environmental Quality.