A Heartfelt Farewell to Our Esteemed Retirees

Since founding Clayco, it has always been my highest priority to create a community that thrives on mutual respect, support, and genuine care for one another. I’m proud to say that every day, our Clayco family proves this mission to be even more successful than I could have ever imagined. 

What makes our company so great are the incredible people within its ranks, especially some of our Clayco long-timers like Kevin Schulte, Renee Henningfield, and Steve Moeller. I want to take this opportunity to celebrate these outstanding individuals as we prepare to say goodbye as they head into their next chapter: retirement!

Kevin, Renee, and Steve have 94 years of combined Clayco experience – that's almost a century of dedication, building beyond our walls and making a positive impact on countless lives. I am so thankful that these three exceptional team members have been pillars of strength and loyalty for our organization over the years. 

Their relentless pursuit of excellence and unwavering commitment have left an unforgettable mark on our culture and will continue to inspire future generations at Clayco. We are all lucky to have had such exceptional colleagues to cultivate a cohesive community within our company. 

While this marks the end of one chapter, it is also the beginning of a new adventure for each of you. On behalf of the entire Clayco family, we wish you joy, health, and fulfillment in your retirement – and our doors are always open for you! 

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