Geauga Growth Partnership Announces New Board Member

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KenGeauga Growth Partnership is pleased to announce the appointment of Kenneth D. Przybyla, Plant Manager for Fairmount Santrol, as a new addition to the 2015 Board of Trustees.

Mr. Przybyla works in the Chardon offices of Fairmount Santrol and oversees industrial sand operations in Chardon and Beaver, Ohio.

“GGP’s outreach to Geauga business, and particularly in the areas of manufacturing, has grown exponentially over these past five years,” states GGP President Tracy Jemison. “Ken’s service on the board will provide valuable insight into the needs of those members.”

Beginning his career as a structural engineer in Southfield, MI in 1983, Ken now has more than 25 years of experience in mining – first as an engineer in 1988 and the last 23 years in management. He is a native of Michigan and holds a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of Michigan and an MBA from Lake Superior State University.

In November 2010, Mr. Przybyla joined Fairmount Santrol as a Mine Manager before being promoted to his current position in 2011. He is a member of the Claridon Township Zoning Commission and a member of the Notre Dame Elementary School Board of Directors. Ken was in the Leadership Geauga Class of 2012.

He resides with his wife Frances and their three youngest daughters, who attend local public and parochial schools. The Przybyla’s two oldest children are working toward post-graduate degrees in Georgia and Michigan.

Geauga Growth Partnership, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) business-led organization dedicated to the retention, growth and attraction of jobs, investment and economic growth in Geauga County.

For more information visit www.geaugagrowth.com or call 440-564-1060.

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