President Hanawalt -ABI Board of Directors

Posted on Thursday, November 3, 2011 in UEA Blog


United Equipment Accessories, Inc. President Mark Hanawalt  serves on the ABI Board of Directors.  Check out his story at: http://www.iowaabi.org/index.cfm?nodeID=29724&audienceID=1&action=display&newsID=11741  Note: His first job was sweeping the floors at United Equipment Accessories!!

Name: Mark Hanawalt

Position: President/CEO

Company/ Organization: United Equipment Accessories, Inc.

Address: 2103 E Bremer Ave, PO Box 817

City/State/Zip: Waverly, IA 50677

Telephone: 319-352-3946               Fax: 319-325-2175

E-mail address: markh@uea-inc.com

Web Site address: www.uea-inc.com

Education: BA: Cornell College

Home Town/State: Waverly, IA

About My Family: Married  to Barbara – Sons: Michael, Matthew, David, and Daniel

Notable Achievements: 37 years of marriage and helping raise 4 successful sons

Boards or Organizations you serve on: ABI Board of Directors, Waverly Fund Foundation, Waverly Community Foundation, Bartels Lutheran Retirement Community, State Bank and Trust of Waverly

I Drive an: Lincoln MKS

My First Job: Sweeping floors at United Equipment Accessories, Inc.

Biggest Career Break: The opportunity to come back to a family business and make a difference for our employees, the company and my family.

Outside Interests: Musical Arts, Water Sport Activities, Golf, Running, and Tinkering

Something not everyone knows about me: I sang professionally.

What's the best business advice you ever received? Always have capacity.

Leadership Is: Instilling in people the confidence that you have the vision to take your organization forward.

What company achievements are you most proud of? 5 year annual growth rate of 20%+ from 2003-2008.   

Why does your organization support ABIIt is an organization in which you feel you can make a difference for your company, your city, and your state. The networking opportunities to meet exceedingly interesting people are outstanding.

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