Team Name: American Technologies, Inc.
Team Member Names: Gary Moore, Gina Topete, Julie Marcus, Bucky Buchanan, Anto Kocar, Anton Jama, Chad Rose, Chris Rivero, Connie Sanders, Don Gibson, Gregg Zemblik, Jan Rodewald, Jeff Hussdleston, Jessica Garcia, Jill Reilly, Julio Galindo, Ken Cronin, Lisa Lontine, Maribel Beltran, Michael Seidenberg, Pauline McLean, Renee McFadden, Ruby Granados, Stacey Haro, Scott Moore, Tina Conaway, Tom Sandoval, Veronica Campos, Vonda Barela, Elji Yoshihiro, Ellen Lorenz, Kathryn Campbell, Lisette Aguirre, Luan Nguyen, Mike Clark, Tim Nunn, Steve Pace, Henry Cho, Matt Kittleson, Andy Olsen, Blake Brugman, Connie Tran, Eric Hansen, Francis Humes, Gina Curry, Jeffrey Jackson, Kevin Casenhiser, Kristen Attardo, Linda Doi-Scheid, Paul Russo, Sarah Carter, Sergio Campos, Ryan Moore, Steve Bodnar, Terry Hunt, Jason Rains, Allen Brush, Cindy Helmsted
Honored by: Orange County Ronald McDonald House
Cause Area: Human Services
President/CEO Gary Moore has led his American Technologies, Inc. (ATI) team to success. They are a nationally recognized leader in restoration, environmental remediation, and reconstruction services. They are also known as a leader in our community for giving back. ATI has quickly become a part of the Orange County Ronald McDonald House family. Mr. Moore serves on the Board for the House allowing us to continue our mission to provide comfort, care, and support to families with critically ill children. In addition to sponsoring all three of our signature events, the ATI team has generously donated laundry equipment, meals for our families, maintenance to the House, and the proceeds from their annual golf tournament. ATI employees are always willing to go the extra mile to help the Orange County Ronald McDonald House and Ronald McDonald House Charities. In fact, ATI employees from all over the country participated in a day of service at 12 different Ronald McDonald Houses. ATI is a model for corporate social responsibility by engaging the entire company from front line staff to middle and upper management in a variety of ways. From serving on committees, volunteering at events, and helping to spread awareness, we couldn’t do it without the compassionate and dedicated ATI team. Thank you ATI for all that you do to keep our families close to their loved ones during the most challenging of times.