Plumbing & Mechanical Magazine salutes president of Forrest Anderson
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Audrey Monell, president of Forrest Anderson Plumbing and Air Conditioning — a Glendale based, family-owned business — has been inducted into the first ever Next Gen All Stars 20 Under 40 awards by Plumbing & Mechanical Magazine.
With its inaugural Next Generation All Stars awards, PM Magazine spotlights the top 20 individuals younger than 40 years old who are making a positive impact in the plumbing-heating-cooling-piping and pipe-valve-fitting industry, according to a press release.
“It is truly an honor to be among those recognized with the Next Gen All Star award,” Ms, Monell said in the relese. “All of the inductees are incredible workers and are progressing our industry forward. It’s exciting to be a part of this award and have my team’s work recognized.”
Earlier this year, Ms. Monell was also inducted into the Sun Devil 100 Class of 2022, which recognizes successful Arizona State University alumni that have demonstrated innovation and growth in their communities, the release states.
“Having been inducted into two separate awards this year has been special,” added Ms. Monell. “We work very hard to make a positive impact on our community and we always strive to do the right thing. It is a blessing to have that work noticed and it inspires us to continue our efforts.”
As part of its community giving, Forrest Anderson holds its annual Military Hero Giveaway, an initiative that repairs or replaces an air conditioning unit for one of Arizona’s military veterans or active-duty service members at no cost to them. Voting for the Military Hero Giveaway begins Friday, Oct. 14.