Indium CEO receives honor from OC History Center
Indium Corporation CEO Greg Evans has been inducted by the Oneida County History Center into the Richard W. Couper ‘Living Legends’ class of 2021 along with four fellow ‘Living Legends’ – along with five posthumous inductions into the History Center’s 2021 Historical Hall of Fame class – during an awards celebration on Wednesday at Valentino’s Banquet Hall in New Hartford, according to a release.
Evans is a graduate of Whitesboro Central School, Mohawk Valley Community College, Clarkson University and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. He has worked solely for Indium Corporation during his 40-year professional career.
He started out as a technical service engineer, and advanced through several roles including product development engineer, president, now CEO.
“I have been blessed to have joined Indium Corporation right out of college. Since that day, and for the past 40 years, I have been a part of a team of dedicated people who are proud to call Oneida County home. I am also so proud of Indium Corporation’s ability to manufacture in, and export products from, the Mohawk Valley,” Evans said in a statement. “This good fortune has provided me with opportunities to help develop world-changing technologies and materials; to lead the creation of new processes and capabilities; and, most importantly, to help offer advancement opportunities to many who call our community home.” Read more here.