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The National Railroad Construction & Maintenance Association (NRC) Board of Directors has selected Joe Daloisio of Railroad Construction Company to serve as the board’s new secretary/treasurer.
Daloisio will assume his new role at the 2020 NRC Conference in San Diego, Calif.
“The NRC thanks Joe Daloisio for his leadership and commitment to the NRC and the railroad construction industry,” said NRC Chairman Mike Choat. “Joe has served on the NRC board for over 7 years and has lead the very successful NRC Scholarship Program. The NRC is excited to have selected Joe as the incoming Secretary/Treasurer.”
Daloisio was initially elected to the NRC Board in 2013. Daloisio grew up in the railroad construction industry and is a third generation “trackman,” NRC said.
He has great pride for his family history and the ability to follow in the footsteps of his grandfather, father and uncles, as well as continuing to work with his family today.
“Joe has been very active as current Chair of the Scholarship Committee, member of the Education Committee, Transit Contracting Committee, Golf Committee and recently, the Finance Committee,” NRC said. “Joe is a member of AREMA and currently serves on AREMA Committee 41 – Track Maintenance.”
Daloisio graduated from Seton Hall University with a bachelor of science in Business. Daloisio and his wife, Lauren, live in New Jersey with their three children, Joseph (16), Nicholas (13) and Annabella (9).
This article first appeared on www.rtands.com
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