Citizen of the Year Kim Gresh
Gresh's companies distribute 100 million gallons of fuel per year, with combined annual revenue of $350 million last year.
"As Little O said, I was born bred, my mom was born here, it means the world to me," she said after the awards ceremony that highlighted the night's program. "I'm all about community, my business is all about community and this is just like that cherry on top of that ice cream Nike Air Max 95 Reflective
"It's not about the money, it's about her friendship and her loyalty and who she is as a person," Tuchman said. "Kim Gresh is good people."
Gresh said her work isn't finished. She's still trying to raise $1.5 million each for the YWCA and the Strand, while she still has a year and a half to go on her WellStar term.
was the first woman to serve on the ConocoPhillips National Marketer Council and the Georgia Oilmen's Association board. Brumby noted how Gresh starts each meeting of the Oilmen's Air Max 95 Sneakerboot
White Oil Company President Kim Gresh as its 50th Citizen of the Year during the 71st Cobb Chamber of Commerce Annual Dinner on Saturday night.
She is the third generation in her family to run the petroleum business started by her mothers' parents in 1926. White now has 50 employees and contracts with around 100 convenience stores selling branded fuel to Texaco, Citgo, Marathon and ConocoPhillips stations. Matthews contracting, the city of Atlanta's public works department and Cobb County Fire.
A separate business Gresh started, Mobilized Fuels, grew from two to nine trucks in just two years.
Gresh, 57, was moved after receiving the surprise award from Journal publisher Otis A. Brumby III.
Association with a motion to change the name to represent both genders, but it goes nowhere.
Brumby read off a list of Gresh's deeds in business and philanthropy. When he read the name of the company, the audience of nearly 1,000 at the Cobb Galleria Centre applauded, sensing who the winner was. The cheering grew to a standing ovation when Gresh walked toward the Air Max High Top Boots stage.
Among the causes Gresh supports are the boards of the WellStar Foundation, the YWCA of Northwest Georgia, Friends of the Strand and the Cobb Community Foundation. Previous awards include the Marietta Citizen of the Year, Rotarian of the Year, YWCA Woman of the Year, Siegel Institute's Woman of the Year and Marietta Schools Alumnus of the Year.
YWCA CEO and executive director Holly Tuchman said that no one has a better heart than Gresh.
While she's received other honors, Gresh said this one was special.
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