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Annual Fish Fry a Success for Roland Machinery Co.

Wed November 09, 2011 - Midwest Edition
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A couple of industry veterans got a chance to catch up at the annual fish fry as Jerry Eastburn (L) of Roland Machinery Co. visits with Wiley Moske of Modern Scrap.
A couple of industry veterans got a chance to catch up at the annual fish fry as Jerry Eastburn (L) of Roland Machinery Co. visits with Wiley Moske of Modern Scrap.
A couple of industry veterans got a chance to catch up at the annual fish fry as Jerry Eastburn (L) of Roland Machinery Co. visits with Wiley Moske of Modern Scrap. (L-R): Mike Brunson of Roland Machinery Co. greets Bob and Diane Dunn and David Tyrolt, all of Dunn Company. Allen White, owner of Allen White Excavating, takes control of the Komatsu PC 160LC during the excavator basketball contest. Attendees enjoy the Roland Machinery Co. 8th annual fish fry in Springfield, Ill. Jeff Skinner (L) of Roland Machinery Co. and Tyler Lathom of MBC Excavating are enjoying catching up with friends during the event. (L-R): Jim Thomas of United Contractors Midwest, Bob Biggs, retired from Roland Machinery Co., and Tom Serfass of Dunn company talk some business. (L-R): Roland Machinery Co. CEO Ray Roland, Kevin Rushton of Esco and Perry Broughton of P.H. Broughton & Sons Inc. get a chance to sit back and relaxing at the annual fish fry. (L-R): Roland Machinery Co. President Matt Roland welcomes Rex McIntire of McIntire & Company and Vern Halverson of Halverson Construction to the fish fry while Mark Reeter of Roland Machinery takes a break from his cooking duties. Rachel Pennell, human resources manager of Roland Machinery Co., and son, Louis, grab a soft drink. (L-R): Enjoying the annual fish fry are Darrell Miller of D&D Construction and Dardi Graves, Mark Seitz and Jeryn Meister, all of Roland Machinery Co. Steve (L) and Cory Rawlings of CWLP look over the Komatsu PC 160LC that will be used for the excavator basketball contest. The grand children of Roland Machinery Co. CEO Ray Roland (L-R) are Louis (front) and Henry Pennell, Alaina Roland, William Pennell and Miles Roland. Zach Coleman (L) of Joe Coleman & Son Environmental Services and Chris Ingram of Roland Machinery Co. are enjoying the great food and good times at the fish fry. Ron Priddy of CWLP competes in the excavator basketball contest. Andy Aldrich of Aldrich Excavating is all smiles as he takes part in the excavator basketball competition.

Roland Machinery Co. held its 8th annual Customer Appreciation Fish Fry Oct. 21 in Springfield, Ill. In addition to the great food, attendees could have some fun participating in an excavator basketball contest.

Sponsors for the event included Komatsu, Wirtgen, Hamm, Atlas Copco, LeeBoy, Doppstadt US, Esco, Doosan, Vögele, Sennebogen, Tramac, Metso Minerals, Hensley and Rockland.