2010 Hall of Fame Recipients

 

Michael Slataper founded Ramtech Building Systems, Inc. in 1982 after serving as President of Billingsley Enterprises, Inc. (a wholesale manufacturer) and prior to that, Mobile Office Modular (a direct sale manufacturer acquired by BEI). Mike started in the commercial modular industry in 1978.

Mike has served on MBI's Board of Directors and as Association President in 1989.  He was awarded MBI's Outstanding Achievement Award in 1992. 

Aside from outstanding Industry Citizenship, Mike has served the community of Mansfield, TX by participating on the local Economic Development Council, Chamber of Commerce and the local district's education foundation.  Other awards include Inc. Magazine's Entrepreneur of the Year Award in 1991.
 
Joseph Donegan is Executive Vice President of Field Operations at Williams Scotsman.  He joined the company in 1979.  In 1990, he left the company to take an equity position with a small competitor. He then worked with Space Master Buildings as a regional manager.

Returning to Williams Scotsman in 1994, Joe worked as regional manager and was subsequently promoted to his current position as executive vice president of field operations.  In this role,
Joe oversees all U.S. field operations, including the attainment of revenue goals.  He is responsible for the fleet of all U.S.-based mobile offices, classrooms and storage units.  Joe manages the executives responsible for specific areas of the country, who in turn supervise 1,000 employees.
 
He served two terms on the board of the Modular Building Institute and two terms on the board of the ABC of South Jersey. A graduate of Rowan University, Joe earned a bachelor’s degree in education and started his career as a teacher. 
 
He and his wife, Kathleen, reside in Medford, New Jersey. They have three grown children and four grandchildren.  

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