Diane Hendricks named Hall of Fame inductee

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BELOIT - The Beloit Historical Society will induct five people into its Hall of Fame during a ceremony set for 1 p.m., Oct. 13 at the Historical Society, 845 Hackett St.

This year's inductees are Bill Barth, Tom Finley, Diane Hendricks, Curt Lansbery and Ron Whitley. The Beloit Daily News will run a story on each of the inductees noting their accomplishments and contributions to the Stateline Area:

Diane Hendricks

Diane M. Hendricks is Chairman and sole owner of building products distributor ABC Supply Company Inc.

ABC Supply is the largest wholesale distributor of exterior building products in the United States with more than 14,000 associates in over 750 locations across the nation. ABC Supply has been the recipient of the Gallup Great Workplace award for the last 12 consecutive years, which honors the most engaged and productive workforces in the world.

Diane also presides over a large national portfolio of industrial and commercial real estate and is Chairman of Hendricks Holding Company Inc., which includes a diverse portfolio of domestic and international companies in manufacturing, construction, recycling, pharmaceutical research and other various industries.

Diane considers her patriotic and conservative values of high importance, and is passionate about civic responsibility with an emphasis on economic development and education initiatives in her native Wisconsin.

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