NMIA inducts four to Hall of Fame
McGee, Davis, Drye and Wilson inducted
By Lynn Nash
In July, The National Masonry Instructors Association met in Concord, North Carolina for their Annual Conference. Highlighting the event was the announcement of four inductions to the NMIA Masonry Hall of Fame.
Past-NMIA-President James Ham of North Carolina (second from left) recognized new Hall-of-Fame members Sam McGee of McGee Brothers Company, Monroe, North Carolina (third from left;) retired masonry instructor Jack Davis (fourth from left) who taught for thirty years in Lenoir County, NC; Doug Drye (fifth from left) who retired from Mount Pleasant High School (Cabarrus County, North Carolina) as the nation’s most successful masonry instructor for state and national championships: and Morris Wilson (not shown,) masonry instructor retired from Dorchester County, South Carolina Schools.
Also pictured, NMIA President Curtis Hoover (first on left) of Maryland, and North Carolina Masonry Contractors Association President Gary Joyner (first on right) who presented the keynote address at the award banquet.
About the Author
Lynn Nash is the Executive Vice President for the North Carolina Masonry Contractors Association.