Gallery: Celebrating the 2024 P&Q Hall of Fame inductees

By |  April 1, 2024
The Pit & Quarry Hall of Fame 2024 class includes Cemco’s Neil Hise (left), Summit Materials’ Tom Hill (third from left) and Luck Stone’s Charlie Luck IV (far right). El-Jay Manufacturing’s Louis Johnson is also part of the 2024 class, and he was represented at the March 24 induction ceremony in Nashville by his daughter Susan Moorhead (second from left). Photo: Pit & Quarry

The Pit & Quarry Hall of Fame 2024 class includes Cemco’s Neil Hise (left), Summit Materials’ Tom Hill (third from left) and Luck Stone’s Charlie Luck IV (far right). El-Jay Manufacturing’s Louis Johnson is also part of the 2024 class, and he was represented at the March 24 induction ceremony in Nashville by his daughter Susan Moorhead (second from left). Photo: Pit & Quarry

Cemco’s Neil Hise touched on the people of the aggregate industry during his Hall of Fame induction speech. Says Hise: “This industry is special, and the people in it are special. I am honored and humbled to be an inductee into the Pit & Quarry Hall of Fame.” Photo: Pit & Quarry

Cemco’s Neil Hise touched on the people of the aggregate industry during his Hall of Fame induction speech. Says Hise: “This industry is special, and the people in it are special. I am honored and humbled to be an inductee into the Pit & Quarry Hall of Fame.” Photo: Pit & Quarry

Tom Hill founded Summit Materials in 2009, and the company went public six years later. Ultimately, he he transformed Summit from a small, private construction company into one with annual net revenues of $2 billion. Photo: Pit & Quarry

Tom Hill founded Summit Materials in 2009, and the company went public six years later. Ultimately, he transformed Summit from a small, private construction company into one with annual net revenues of $2 billion. Photo: Pit & Quarry

Luck Stone’s Charlie Luck IV joined his father, Charles Luck III, and grandfather, Charles Luck Jr., in the Pit & Quarry Hall of Fame during the March 24 induction ceremony. The Lucks now have the distinction of being the only family with three members in the Hall of Fame. Photo: Pit & Quarry

Luck Stone’s Charlie Luck IV joined his father, Charles Luck III, and grandfather, Charles Luck Jr., in the Pit & Quarry Hall of Fame during the March 24 induction ceremony. The Lucks now have the distinction of being the only family with three members in the Hall of Fame. Photo: Pit & Quarry

Susan Moorhead accepted the Hall of Fame honor on behalf of her father Louis Johnson, who died in 2007. Says Moorhead: ““Your industry is the bedrock of civilization. They say food, clothing and shelter are the primary necessities for life. I think that’s wrong. It’s rock. Nothing else could really exist without rock.” Photo: Pit & Quarry

Susan Moorhead accepted the Hall of Fame honor on behalf of her father Louis Johnson, who died in 2007. Says Moorhead: ““Your industry is the bedrock of civilization. They say food, clothing and shelter are the primary necessities for life. I think that’s wrong. It’s rock. Nothing else could really exist without rock.” Photo: Pit & Quarry

More than 180 people attended the 2024 Pit & Quarry Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony – a record for the event that dates back to 2013. Photo: Pit & Quarry

More than 180 people attended the 2024 Pit & Quarry Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony – a record for the event dating back to 2013. Photo: Pit & Quarry

The Luck Stone team took to the stage prior the induction ceremony to celebrate the enshrinement of their president and CEO. Photo: Pit & Quarry

The Luck Stone team took to the stage prior the induction ceremony to celebrate the enshrinement of their president and CEO. Photo: Pit & Quarry

Ten of the 40 members of the Pit & Quarry Hall of Fame were in Nashville on March 2024 for the 2024 induction ceremony. Pictured from left are Ward Nye, LeRoy Hagenbuch, Neil Schmidgall, Kim Snyder, George Sidney, Neil Hise, Tom Hill, Charlie Luck IV, Paul Mellott and E.J. Burke. Photo: Pit & Quarry

Ten of the 40 members of the Pit & Quarry Hall of Fame were in Nashville on March 24 for the 2024 induction ceremony. Pictured from left are Ward Nye, LeRoy Hagenbuch, Neil Schmidgall, Kim Snyder, George Sidney, Neil Hise, Tom Hill, Charlie Luck IV, Paul Mellott and E.J. Burke. Photo: Pit & Quarry

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Kevin Yanik is editor-in-chief of Pit & Quarry. He can be reached at 216-706-3724 or kyanik@northcoastmedia.net.

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