Title: President, Chief Executive Officer
Company: HumTown Products
Location: Columbiana, Ohio, United States
Mark A. Lamoncha, President and Chief Executive Officer at HumTown Products, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Business Owners for dedication, achievements, and leadership in manufacturing.
For the past 44 years, Mr. Lamoncha has excelled as the president and chief executive officer of Humtown Products, a family-owned business in the foundry industry. First established as Humtown Pattern Company by Mr. Lamoncha’s father, he joined the company in 1977 and started the core shop to serve the needs of the metal casting industry throughout the Midwest. In his role, he is responsible for the overall administration of the corporation and serving as the manager of the core division. Humtown Products contributes to the manufacturing of parts and equipment, such as conventional sand cores, mold and 3D prints, which are used in a diverse array of industries, including agriculture, construction, manufacturing, mining, national defense, public utilities and transportation.
Finding great success in his career, Mr. Lamoncha was named Manufacturer of the Year by the National Association of Manufacturers in 2020. Likewise, he has received various Manufacturing Leadership Awards for outstanding achievement in the two categories of engineering and production technology leadership and talent management leadership. Mr. Lamoncha attributes his success to curiosity and innovation, as he strongly believes that “success is when vision meets reality.” Presently, Mr. Lamoncha is a member of the Association of Ohio Commodores, Government Affairs Board Regional Chamber and Columbiana County Educational Service Center. Additionally, he was appointed to the State Board of Education for 2019 to 2022.
Reflecting on his career trajectory, Mr. Lamoncha years of research and trial resulted in the creation of the “Real Time Pay Rate (RTP) System,” which is a combination of software and technology that provides real-time data to workers so they can see how their efforts contribute to their paycheck. He has also studied the pioneers of “pay for performance” systems, including Lincoln Electric in Cleveland, Ohio, in order to determine the best way to motivate and reward people for outstanding performance. In the COVID-19 pandemic, he received a grant to be a personal protective equipment provider. Alongside his career, Mr. Lamoncha considers the greatest blessings of his life to be his wife, Sheri, and three sons, along with his personal relationship with Jesus Christ.
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