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New Senior Vice President - Michelle Cullion

Published 05/24/2018

 

We at Gannon and Scott are pleased to announce that Michelle Cullion has joined our Cranston, Rhode Island team as Senior Vice President.

She will manage the daily operations of the administrative group, compliance requirements, and assist with financial reporting management.

Join us in welcoming Michelle to the Gannon & Scott team.

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CRANSTON, RI – May, 2018 – David Deuel, CFO, is pleased to announce that Michelle I. Cullion recently joined Gannon & Scott as Senior Vice President - Administration. She will manage the daily operations of the administrative group, provide metrics and reporting support, and coordinate and manage Anti-Money Laundering and Know Your Customer compliance. She will also assist with financial reporting requirements and managing relationships with banks, vendors and customers.

Cullion holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Bryant University.  She also earned her Master of Science in Taxation from Bryant University and has been a Certified Public Accountant since 2009.  Michelle is a graduate of the 2010 AICPA leadership Academy and a former board member of the RI Society of CPAs. Michelle’s extensive public accounting experience focused on financial statement reporting and taxation issues for both privately held companies and individuals. She was previously with the accounting firm DiSanto, Priest & Co. for more than 10 years.

Michelle and her family live in Richmond, RI.

 

Jack Gannon Industry Leadership Award

Published 11/21/2016

 

The Precious Metals Association of North America created a new award this year named The Jack Gannon Industry Leadership Award.
 

The award was presented at The Army And Navy Club in Washington DC and was very fittingly awarded to Dominic Passaro of Technic Inc.

 

Everyone at Gannon & Scott very much appreciates the Association for honoring Jack’s memory with the naming of this award.

 

(pictured from left to right, Alan Stockmeister of Elemetal, Dominic Passaro of Technic, Christopher Jones of Gannon & Scott)

CHWMEG Completes Review of GANNON & SCOTT’s RI Facilities

Published 12/02/2015

CHWMEG, Inc. recently completed a comprehensive, independent review of Gannon & Scott’s Cranston, RI facilities.

 

Our Phoenix, AZ facility was reviewed in 2006 and again in 2011.

 

The reports of CHWMEG’s reviews of both of our facilities are available exclusively to CHWMEG members at www.chwmeg.org.

 

 

Above Picture: Cranston, RI: Brian Walker, Plant Engineer (Left), and Matt Fischer, Compliance & Engineering Manager(Right) 

 

The CHWMEG review, coordinated by our engineering team, provides CHWMEG members with a detailed report, and helps to underscore our commitment to the environment and the numerous ways Gannon & Scott strives to provide superior precious metals refining and processing services in an environmentally sound manner.

Above Picture: Phoenix, AZ: Margaret Gannon Jones, President(Left) and Doug Bouldin, Compliance & Engineering Manager(Right)

From the CHWMEG website:

CHWMEG, Inc. is a non-profit trade association comprised of manufacturing and other "industrial" companies interested in efficiently managing the waste management aspects of their environmental stewardship programs. Their programs are based upon their potential environmental liability related to the wastes that are inherently generated by their companies' manufacturing processes.

CHWMEG, Inc.'s membership is comprised of companies representing a number of industrial sectors, including chemical, petroleum, and electronic and other manufacturing sectors. Membership currently includes many Fortune 500 companies.

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Gannon & Scott Employee Recognized by the IPMI

Published 10/29/2015

 

Gannon & Scott is pleased to congratulate Donna Kiesel on recently being acknowledged for her tireless dedication to the New England Chapter of International Precious Metals Institute (IPMI) and, specifically, to the annual Jewelry Design Award competition.

 

Since 1997, Donna has devoted many hours to organizing, running and securing funds for the New England IPMI to recognize worthy college students focused on designing and creating wearable jewelry pieces. Donna was one of the key New England IMPI Chapter board members responsible for the significant growth this program has achieved in the past 13 years. 

 

During this year’s 25th annual award ceremony held in May, the students weren’t the only attendees who were honored for their achievements. In addition to a record number of awards, scholarships and support for Jewelry Design programs at New England colleges and universities made by the NE IPMI, Donna Kiesel was presented with a Certificate of Silver Membership by Christopher Jones, Chairman of the National Chapter of the IPMI. This is a special membership category awarded to individual members who have made significant contributions to the IPMI’s growth and to those deserving of special recognition. Donna certainly fits both of those criteria.

Congratulations on a job well done!