Salem, N.J. -- Lee Clark, a lifelong resident of Morgan County, has been named recipient of Mannington Mills’ 2019 John B. Campbell award for its Madison site. This annual award recognizes associates who exemplify the qualities that John B. Campbell valued and which continue to be the guiding principles of the company: “Care, Do The Right Thing, Work Hard/Play Hard and Control Our Own Destiny.” Winners are selected from nominations submitted by Mannington employees, making this one of the highest honors an associate can receive for their service because it is an award from their peers.

“The John B. Campbell award is one of our most esteemed awards because it reflects the values on which our company was founded over 100 years ago—values which we still hold dear today,” said Keith Campbell, Mannington Mills chairman of the board.

In 2011, Lee began his career at Mannington as a Let-Off Operator on the Rotocure Lines. He eagerly cross-trained on all Rotocure positions and is known as the” go-to person” who is qualified and ready to cover any task, any time for his team. Lee also sets a positive example on the job with his caring attitude, commitment, patience and encouraging nature. A fitness fanatic who enjoys working out and sharing and teaching others about health, he is also a caring father and active in his church where he enjoys playing the drums alongside his son.

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