A student member of the Croda Inc. Community Advisory Council is being recognized for outstanding service. Brennan Register recently completed her term of service and was recognized by Croda representatives and fellow CAC members.
"On behalf of Croda and the CAC, we thank Brennan for her participation on the Community Advisory Council," said Charlie Williams, COUNCIL leader and Croda manager of safety, health, environmental and regulatory affairs. "Everyone's time is extremely valuable, and we appreciate Brennan taking the time to learn about what Croda does and to give us input. Her participation through comments and questions is helpful to us as we strive to be good neighbors in our community."
Charlie presented Register with a certificate of appreciation and a specially engraved mantle clock to commemorate her service on the CAC.
Recent Central Mountain High School graduate Brennan Register receives a certificate of appreciation from Charlie Williams of Croda Inc. for her participation on the Croda Community Advisory Council.
"I certainly have appreciated this opportunity," said Register of her involvement with the CAC. "I didn't know much about Croda when I joined this group in 2009. I learned about Croda, and also learned more about the chemical industry in general. I've also had the opportunity to explain to others what happens here at Croda's Mill Hall plant."
Register has served for the past two years as a student representative on the Community Advisory Council. She recently graduated from Central Mountain High School and is spending the year studying abroad in Brazil through a Rotary exchange program.
The Croda Community Advisory Council was established in 2001 to better educate the community about Croda and to enhance peoples' understanding of the local manufacturer. The CAC meets every other month, and membership includes people from all walks of local life. Current members include Keith Bittner, Rob Getz, Fred Hoy, Matt Kellander, Betty Packer, Sue Peters, Nicole Rall-Miller, April Strouse, Eric Stover, Michelle Walizer and Tom Walker.
Croda Inc. operates the Mill Hall manufacturing facility in Bald Eagle Township. A manufacturer of high quality ingredients used to enhance the performance of products for the home, personal care and healthcare industries, Croda Inc. is dedicated to improving the quality of life.