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George Miller

George Miller

Inducted 2017

I would like to nominate George A. Miller as a candidate for the Masonry Hall of Fame.

George Miller dedicated his entire life to the masonry industry in general, and to the Mason Contractors Association of America (MCAA) in particular. Way back in 1950 he was there. He began serving as the MCAA's first association executive. He was there at the early organizational meetings, including that first Convention at the Grand Hotel on Mackinac Island, Michigan. For 1nore than forty years thereafter he was at the MCAA helm. On his watch, the MCAA went from very humble beginnings to become a highly respected specialty contractor association. Those of us active in the MCAA during those years can and will testify to his total dedication, and what he was able to accomplish with minimal staff (usually just a secretary). The bang for the buck we received was incredible and critical during those early years. One of the benchmarks for just how highly respected George Miller and the MCAA became, was established when he was appointed by President Nixon to serve on the (critical at the time), Construction Industry Stabilization Committee. That appointment was a major feather in his/our cap. We owe George Miller much. In my opinion he certainly deserves to be in the Masonry Hall of Fame.

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George Miller dedicated his entire life to the masonry industry in general, and to the Mason Contractors Association of America (MCAA) in particular. He began serving as the MCAA’s first association Executive Director in 1950. He was there at the early organizational meetings, including the first Convention at the Grand Hotel on Mackinac Island, Michigan. For more than forty years thereafter, he was at the MCAA helm. On his watch, the MCAA went from very humble beginnings to become a highly respected specialty contractor association. He is known for his total dedication. He was appointed by President Nixon to serve on the Construction Industry Stabilization Committee.

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Center of Applied Technology - North
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