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Joe Hadnum retires as director at Tillicoultry Quarries

Joe Hadnum
Joe Hadnum

Departure marks the end of an exceptional career at Tillicoultry after 28 years of service

AFTER 28 years, Joe Hadnum, a director at Tillicoultry Quarries, has announced he is to retire on 17 May 2024. His departure marks the end of a career where he displayed exceptional commitment, making a notable contribution to the growth of Tillicoultry Quarries.

Commenting on Mr Hadnum’s retirement, Wallace Menzies, managing director at Tillicoultry Quarries, said: ‘Joe has been an integral part of our journey with his extensive industry knowledge and commercial acumen. He has been a cornerstone of our business and has been instrumental in shaping our success. The board, alongside the entire team at Tillicoultry Quarries, extends our best wishes to Joe for a well-deserved and fulfilling retirement.’

 

With over five decades of dedicated service to the quarrying sector, Mr Hadnum’s departure will be felt by colleagues, customers, and industry peers alike, who have benefited from his guidance and friendship over the years.

Reflecting on his forthcoming retirement, Mr Hadnum expressed gratitude for the journey he has undertaken. ‘I am immensely proud of our accomplishments at Tillicoultry Quarries,’ he remarked. ‘From humble beginnings to a prominent presence in Scotland, Teesside, and East Anglia, our journey has been a team effort with everyone involved. I extend my thanks to my colleagues and customers for their encouragement and support throughout the years.’

 

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