Tank Farm Manager Retires after 39 years at Hubbard-Hall
On April 1st, after thirty-nine years of loyal and dependable service, Anthony (Tony) Finelli retired from Hubbard-Hall. During his tenure, Tony made exemplary contributions to the company’s successes.
Hired in 1971 as an Operator in the chlorine plant, Tony was quickly promoted to Working Foreman 1973. Two years later, he was promoted out of the Bargaining Unit into management as the Supervisor of the Chlorine Plant and Tank Farm. Over the years he retained responsibility for the tank farm operations, in addition to the added duties of overseeing the facilities and capital improvements. Tony was responsible for planning and oversight of many renovations and changes in the Hubbard-Hall businesses, including the management of the physical installation of bulk solvent tanks at customer’s facilities. He also directed projects including the expansion of the tank farm on two different occasions and the installation of a wing of the warehouse.
President Andrew Skipp commended Tony’s efforts by noting Tony has always been “an Associate who has given 110% to this company year in and year out. From responding to night and weekend calls, to his willingness to tackle anything that needed to be done, Tony has always stepped up with conscientious dedication to getting the job done right. His knowledge and expertise will be sorely missed.”