Messenger Receives Centennial Business Award
Messenger LLC, the leading funeral stationery supplier in North America, was presented with the Centennial Business Award by the Indiana Historical Society at its Founder’s Day Dinner on Monday, December 2nd, 2013. The award was presented by Indiana Governor Mike Pence and Jerry Semler, current Board Chair of the Indiana Historical Society.
Messenger will also be added to the Indiana Historic Business Register. The Indiana Historical Society founded the Historic Business Register to provide special recognition to companies continually in business for a century or more, to encourage the preservation of historically significant business-related archival materials, and to develop increased awareness of rich business and industrial heritage.
“Our entire team takes great pride in our corporate history and longevity” states Kevin Keane, President of Messenger. “We are honored to be recognized for our 100th year in business. As a company, we strive for continuous improvement and growth to meet the ever-changing needs of our customers. We look forward to serving the funeral industry for centuries to come.”
Pictured (L to R): Jerry Semler, Board Chair of the Indiana Historical Society; Mike Pence, Governor of Indiana; Glen Bontrager, Messenger Human Resource Manager
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