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Contractors Assoc. of Will and Grundy Counties Holds Annual Steak Fry

Mon September 06, 2010 - Midwest Edition
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(L-R): Enjoying the annual steak fry are Larry Keach of Bomag, Jose Martinez of Gallagher Asphalt, Tom Stern of West Side Tractor Sales Co. and John Hood of Bomag.
(L-R): Enjoying the annual steak fry are Larry Keach of Bomag, Jose Martinez of Gallagher Asphalt, Tom Stern of West Side Tractor Sales Co. and John Hood of Bomag.
(L-R): Enjoying the annual steak fry are Larry Keach of Bomag, Jose Martinez of Gallagher Asphalt, Tom Stern of West Side Tractor Sales Co. and John Hood of Bomag. Making sure everyone has a fun time at the annual steak fry are Mary Ellis Metz (L) and Theresa Baker, both of the Contractors Association of Will and Grundy Counties. (L-R): Having fun at the annual steak fry are Gerry Krozel; Jim Sweeney, president local 150 operating engineers; Les Cheney, president Contractors Association of Will and Grundy Counties; and Jeffrey Krozel of Material Service Testing. Marty Ahrendt (L), president Finkbiner Equipment Co., and Les Cheney, president Contractors Association of Will and Grundy Counties are enjoying a night of great food and friends. Stopping for a quick picture before going to the steak line (L-R) are Wayne Massad and Ed Reid of West Side Tractor Sales Co., Rich Kubinski of Richard Kubinski Excavating, Chris Vantassel of Fifth Third Bank and Scott Marietta, Crystal Sewer & Water. (L-R): Discussing the Chicago Bears upcoming season are Mike Polcyn of Rendels Truck Sales, Russ Woelke, and Brian Bobikiewicz of George’s Landscaping. (L-R): Geoffrey Tryon of Silver Cross, State Representative Jack McGuire and Tom Grotovsky of R. Berti Building Solutions get a chance to catch up on the latest news. Steve Costello of McCann Industries helps cook the steaks for more than 500 hungry contractors. Mike Ceranski of Raynor Doors of Will County shows off his cooking skills.

The Contractors Association of Will and Grundy Counties held its Annual Steak Fry in Aug. 26 in St. Joseph Park, Joliet, Ill. The event offered the more than 500 attendees a chance to talk a little business, but more importantly eat some great food.