2010 Annual NCMCA Apprentice Masonry Skills Contest Results
By Lynn Nash
The Annual North Carolina Masonry Contractors Association Apprentice Masonry Skills Contest was held May 22, 2010.
The winners are (from left to right in the photo above): Ramiro Perez, Fred's Masonry, 8th; Dylan Ennis, Custom Masonry Concepts, 7th; Scott Emig, Alward Masonry, 9th; Lamal O'Neal, Brodie Contractors, 6th; and Wriston McGee, McGee Brothers Company, 10th place. Top, left to right: Padro Ramirez, Fred's Masonry, 3rd; Chris Charles, Gates Construction Company, 5th; Cory Huneycutt, Alward Masonry, First Place "David R. Sigmon Award 2010" winner; Brett Hallman, McGee Brothers Company, 2nd; and Paldo Ramirez, Fred's Masonry, 4th place; joined by NCMCA state President Larry Kirby on the right.
New NCMCA Champion Cory Huneycutt is eighteen-years-old and will be headed to Western Carolina University to study Construction Management when he graduates Mount Pleasant High School in the spring of 2010. He is the son of Rick Huneycutt and Anita Maddaluna, and lives in Mount Pleasant, NC. Twenty-five vocational students and NCMCA apprentices from eight NCMCA member firms participated at the contest hosted by McGee Brothers Company in Midland, NC.
About the Author
Lynn Nash is the Executive Vice President for the North Carolina Masonry Contractors Association.