LCCC Scholarship Golf Benefit

2015 LCCC/Jack Nicklaus Scholarship Golf Benefit

Presented by Ross Environmental Services, Inc.



Thank You Ross Environmental Services for serving as

the 2015 Presenting Sponsor!


Ross Environmental Services, Inc., along with affiliate companies, Ross Incineration Services, Inc. and Ross Transportation Services, Inc., has been making a difference in Lorain County for more than 65 years. The companies protect the environment and provide a full spectrum of professional environmental services, by using state-of-the-art technologies with superior customer service. They are making a difference in Lorain County by providing jobs, paying taxes and contributing to the community through philanthropic efforts and community involvement.

With more than 240 associates, the Ross companies share a common heritage and values derived from their strong, principled family ownership. These family values, of integrity, innovation and commitment, have carried through from Bob and Ada May Ross, the founders of the companies, to the next generations of family ownership. Today, the owners are Maureen (Ross) Cromling, her husband William Cromling II and their sons Jon Cromling and William Cromling III.

In addition to the Ross companies, the enterprises led by the Cromling family consist of a number of other organizations, including the Ross Foundation, Inc., ManagTech Inc. and ReTech Plastics in Lorain County and A&D Environmental Services, headquartered in High Point, NC.  All of these companies are members of The RossWay GroupSM.

The RossWay GroupSM is a brand name which identifies all of the companies affiliated by common Cromling family ownership and shared values.

A Message from Ross Environmental Services, Inc. 

Ross Environmental Services is pleased to serve as the Presenting Sponsor for the Lorain County Community College/Jack Nicklaus Scholarship Golf Benefit. We are especially excited to welcome Jack Nicklaus back to Elyria Country Club to help us celebrate the historic 25th anniversary of this premier scholarship fundraising event.

Supporting Lorain County Community College and its vision - to impact lives through education, economy through innovation and community through partnerships  - is a natural fit with our commitment to the community.   Thank you for joining us in supporting LCCC and making a difference in Lorain County.

Maureen M. Cromling, Chairman, Ross Environmental Services, Inc.


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