“Leadership development is more important than technical expertise in an industry that relies on its people and relationships. The BX Executive Leadership Experience is an opportunity for me to learn about business fundamentals, while improving my leadership capacity to be the best leader I can be for the people at our company.” — Mike Killilea […]
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Check out the aerial videos captured by Delaware County’s drone of Righter’s crew working on the Klondike Road Culvert project. Installing and taking a journey through the CON/SPAN® Innovative Water Diversion System The project involved replacing the existing deficient corrugated metal pipe culvert with a three sided arch culvert and approximately 50′ of roadway work. Jerry McVey was […]
Pictured: Buckeye Chuck Sigh…Six more weeks of winter is what they predict. Both have been wrong before so there IS hope!!! Read on… “The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration lists Groundhog Day predictions since 1988. Only six of Phil’s last 30 predictions were correct, the NOAA reported. That’s a 20 percent accuracy rate. Last […]
Bessie Righter, age 95, widow of Righter co-founder Donald Righter and mother to Righter’s other co-founder David Righter, also deceased, passed away following a stroke on Thursday, January 18, 2018. We recognize Bessie for her contributions and sacrifices both as a wife and as a mother, which couldn’t have been easy in the early days of The Righter […]
Here’s to an exciting new year and all that it has to offer!
On Friday, December 8, 2017, employees of The Righter Company, and some of their family members and guests, joined together in the shop area for Der Dutchman food (and pies!!!), fellowship, games and service awards. This year, we also celebrated the upcoming retirement of one of our longtime employees, Richard Fink. His total time of […]
Columbus Preparatory Academy, a charter school located 2.4 miles from The Righter Company office, turned the tables a bit on this #givingtuesday by giving back to all the businesses and organizations that have shown their support through the years. A group of students and parents stopped in to say “thank you” in person. Brad Nadolson, President, and Julie Klay, Contract Administrator, accepted the poinsettia and words […]