CEO - Jeff Millhollin
Jeff Millhollin, a graduate of Northwest Nazarene University with Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration, began his career at Pacific Steel & Recycling in 1999 as the Assistant Operations Manager. He was promoted to Regional Manager of Boise/Nampa, Idaho in 2001, and accepted the position of Vice President of Scrap Operations in 2007. In September 2011, he was appointed the President and CEO, by the Board of Directors of Pacific Steel & Recycling. He also serves as Chairman of the Board.
His previous experience in the scrap industry was with SimsMetal Management. His duties included postings in Australia, California, and finally in Canada before coming to Pacific in 1999.
Jeff has served as Treasurer and on the Board of Directors of the Association of Idaho Recyclers; President of the British Columbia Chapter of the Canadian Association of Recycling Industries; committee member of the Northern California Chapter of the Institute of Scrap Recycling Industry; a member of the Executive Leadership Exchange in Nampa, Idaho; on the Board of Directors for the Great Falls Rotary Club; Board of Directors for the Great Falls Public Schools Foundation and served on many other community volunteer organizations.
Jeff is married and has two children.
VP: Steel - Ed Joyce
Ed graduated from Oklahoma State University with a Bachelor of Science in Finance in 1993 and received an MBA from the University of Central Oklahoma in 1996. He worked for Zale Corporation in Dallas, TX as a Financial Analyst and Staff Accountant for two years before joining Chaparral Steel in 1998 where he started his steel career in the sales department. He was then promoted to District Sales Manager and was responsible for the Western U.S. Region which also included Western Canada. He continued in the same position with Gerdau (A Brazilian based steel company) after it acquired Chaparral Steel in 2007. In 2009, Ed took a position with Nucor Steel in Utah where he was hired on as a District Sales Manager for the Intermountain Region of the U.S.
Ed is currently involved with the Metals Service Center Institute and the North American Steel Alliance organizations. He joined Pacific Steel and Recycling in 2011 as Branch Manager of the Salt Lake City, UT operation and was named Vice President of Steel Operations in 2013.
Ed, his wife and three children reside in Great Falls, MT.
VP: Scrap - Pat Kons
Pat graduated from the University of Utah with a B.S. in Business Management in 1977. He went to work for the State of Utah after college and was a Park Ranger with Utah State Parks & Recreation for 12 years. After obtaining an MBA from the University of Phoenix in 1991 he went to work for Western Coatings, which later became part of Farwest Steel. In 1995 he was promoted to Plant Manager of the Ogden, Utah Facility. In 2000 Nucor Steel Plymouth Division hired Pat as (DSM) District Sales Manager of its intermountain, five Sate territory.
Pat joined Pacific in 2008 as Manager of the Salt Lake City branch and was appointed Vice President Of Scrap Operations in 2011.
VP: Ferrous Processing & Trading - Ken Halko
Ken began his career with Pacific in 1984 working with mobile demolition crew throughout Montana. In 1992 he was promoted to assistant manager of the Great Falls recycling branch. In 2004 Ken transferred to the corporate office as the manager of ferrous marketing and in 2013 he was named vice president of ferrous processing and trading. Ken graduated from Ashford University with a B.S. in business management.
Ken and his wife, Janet, have three children.
CFO - Tim Culliton
A 1976 graduate of Carroll College with a degree in accounting and economics, Tim began working at Pacific Steel & Recycling in 2000 and has been the CFO since 2007. Tim’s previous experience was in public accounting and controller at two previous companies.
Tim has been president of several not-for-profit boards including Montana Diabetes Association, United Way of Cascade County, Benefis Foundation. Meadowlark Country Club, and Paris Gibson Square Museum of Art.
Tim and his wife had a son who passed away from Muscular Dystrophy in 2008 and have a daughter who is a school teacher in Great Falls, MT.
CIO - Rick Carl
Rick graduated from the University of Washington in 1995 with a Bachelors of Arts in Sociology. He began his career in technology at SAFECO supporting desktop and business applications. After leaving SAFECO in 2003 Rick worked in a variety of industries in Washington and Alaska. After joining AT&T in 2008 Rick focused on network and data consulting for medium and large enterprise customers. In 2013 Rick relocated with his family to Missoula, MT to join Centurylink as a Senior Enterprise Relationship Manager. Rick has worked with Pacific Steel over the past two years as a technical consultant and accepted the position of Chief Information Officer in June 2016.
Rick, his wife, and two children reside in Great Falls, MT.
HR Director - Stacey Lamy
Stacey graduated from Minot State University in 2000 with a B.S. in Business/Marketing. She spent the following 4 years in Germany working in Accounting for Defense Finance and Accounting Service (DFAS). She moved to Las Vegas, NV in 2004 and transitioned into Human Resources with TRAX International Corporation, a large employee-owned government contractor. She was promoted to Human Resources Director in 2005 where she was responsible for corporate compliance, training and development, recruiting, worker’s compensation administration, policy development and benefits administration, including oversight of the company’s 401k, Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP) and Self-Funded Health Plan.
Stacey has been a member of the Society for Human Resource Management since 2006. She also volunteers as a key spouse and is active in the military community. She and her husband, Josh, have two children.