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Former Al. Neyer CEO Don Neyer Named Great Living Cincinnatian

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Monday December 2, 2019

Former Al. Neyer CEO Don Neyer Named Great Living Cincinnatian

From the Cincinnati Enquirer:

FORMER CORONER OWENS AMONG FOUR NEWLY NAMED GREAT LIVING CINCINNATIANS

A former Hamilton County coroner and Cincinnati State president, a Cincinnati Children’s doctor, a construction executive and a noted lawyer will be honored next year as the latest inductees as Great Living Cincinnatian for their accomplishments in their jobs and as community leaders.

The Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber Sunday revealed the names of the latest honorees: Dr. Uma Kotagal, Don Neyer, Dr. O’Dell Owens and Harry Santen.

The four selected by the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber will be honored at the chamber’s annual dinner on Feb. 27, 2020 at the Duke Energy Center.

Read more from the Cincinnati Enquirer here.

ABOUT DON NEYER

Don Neyer worked side by side with his brothers, Ray and Tom, as the fourth generation of Neyers to run the family business from the 1950s to the 1990s. Don became CEO of Al. Neyer in 1969 and was a key driver of the design-build method that the company is known for.  Retiring in 1995, Don Neyer can still be found today making occasional visits to Al. Neyer’s Cincinnati headquarters. In his career, Don exhibited 45 years of entrepreneurial spirit and adaptability in growing the family business, all the while establishing himself and the company as a leader in the industry.


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