Wrapping Up a Festive Holiday Party

American Structurepoint employees and their fami­lies celebrated the holiday spirit in extra special ways on Saturday, December 12 at the Indianapolis Westin. In addition to marking another year of success, the holiday party also featured recognition of our 50 years in business. The employee prizes up for grabs numbered 50 to mark our 50 years of success, and each attendee received a special glass adorned with our 50th anniversary logo. The glasses held champagne sipped after a toast led by our president, Rick Conner, to celebrate 50 years. Beyond that, the event was filled with great food, lively music, and dancing (thanks to new band My Yellow Rickshaw who played nonstop without a break), fun photo booths, and the return of the 50/50 drawing. A big congrats to Mike Slocum who won $1,000 in the 50/50 raffle, while the other $1,000 supported holiday efforts undertaken by our Community Service committee. (See related story).

For those who would like to relive the champagne toast, here it is: “As you all know this year, is the 50th anniversary of American Structurepoint. We’re fortunate enough to have with us tonight two of the formational leaders of our company. Bill Gervasio was one of the founding partners back in 1966. Willard Hale was the head of the Road Group; I learned everything I know today from Bill. Willard was responsible for training Chris Murphy, Cash Canfield, and Greg Henneke. These individuals, along with Jim Wurster and others, formed the foundation for our Mission: to improve the quality of life for our communities and for our people. So without further ado, join me in this toast to our mission, the people with us tonight who let us do it. To the founders who built the foundation of our company, and all of you who make American Structurepoint what it is today!”

We extend special thanks to Michele Collins and Michelle Schmaltz for going the extra mile to organize the party and make sure everything came off without a hitch. Additional special thanks is also extended to Emily Dunn and Karen Gillmore for their design skills in creating the party invitation, tracking attendees, making nametags, and preparing agenda cards for each attendee. Thanks to everyone who attended the Holiday Party and enjoy the photos!


Miscellaneous Retail Gift Cards – Sharon Boda, Jon Lenglade, Luke Johnson, Jose Murillo, Zachary Neukam, Brett Myers, Bob Henricksen, Jordan McCormack

Housewares – Elyse Fenneman, Erika McQuinn, Rad Hudson, Audrey Hanner

High-end Retail Gift Cards – Bruce Fraser, Karin Ely, Pamela Shew, Kim Harvey

High-End Restaurant Gift Cards – Doug Brown, Beth Hundt, Mike Steffy, Anjam Barkat-Masih, Don Corson, Rosemarie Kelly

Family Restaurant Gift Cards – Chad Costa, Karen Saavedra, Dan McCloskey

52 Free Car Washes – Aaron Hook

FitBit – Joe Grinstead

Brickyard Golf – Tim Johnson

Family Pass to the Children’s Museum and Indianapolis Zoo – Jeremy Schmitt

Housecleaning Service – Jessica Anderson

Philipe’s Day Spa –Kaitlyn Bilodeau

Sonos Speakers – Tony Lenhart

Apple TV – Nick Everhart

Surf and Turf – Rachel Uthe

Auto Car Starter – Nate Harris

Wireless Bose Headphones – Brian Bingham

Apple Watch – Greg Kicinski

Snowblower – Patrick Dottery

Luggage – Tom Carrow

$250 Simon Shopping Spree – Krista Lawson

Play Station 4 – Bruin Ramsdell

iPad mini – Gina Whetstone

Andrew Luck signed football – Todd Stout

X-Box 1 – Sean Tornes

Tiffany’s – Andy Taylor

Night on the Town – Steve Hanscom

Hoverboard – Jeromy Grenard

Big Green Egg Grill – Anitra Lewis

55-inch Curved TV – Rich Zielinski

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