O'Hagan Recalls Early Days In America In Farewell Speech To NEMA Members

In his farewell speech to members at the National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) Annual Meeting, NEMA’s outgoing president Malcolm O’Hagan recounted when he first came to the United States as an Irish immigrant.

At the NEMA meeting, O’Hagan was presented NEMA’s Bernard T. Falk Award for his many contributions to the electroindustry. O’Hagan thanked NEMA’s leadership, its staff, and his family for their support over the 14 years he served as NEMA president.


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