Company: Chem-Dry of Allen County
Location: Albion, Indiana, United States
Dennis Campbell, President at Chem-Dry of Allen County, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Scientist for dedication, achievements, and leadership in dry cleaning technology innovation.
Following obtaining an associate degree in electronic engineering technology and electronics in 1981 from ITT Technical Institute Fort Wayne in Ft. Wayne, Indiana, Mr. Campbell subsequently earned a Bachelor of Science in automated manufacturing technology from the aforementioned institute in 1984. He later continued his education with a Master of Science in manufacturing management with Kettering University, formerly known as General Motors Institute of Technology, in Flint, Michigan in 1997. He excelled as an industrial engineer with Delphi, formerly the Delco Electronics Corporation, from 1985 to 1998, operations manager with Innotek from 1998 to 1999 and manufacturing superintendent with Guardian Industries from 1999 to 2001. With Dwyer Instruments, a leading manufacturer in the controls and instrumentation industry, Mr. Campbell found much success from 2001 to 2006 as plant manager and superintendent.
Beginning in 2006, Mr. Campbell has flourished as president of Bee Noble Inc. DBA Chem-Dry of Allen County and of Noble Lagrange Chem-Dry, which are four chem-dry franchises serving seven counties in Northeast Indiana. The firm specializes in home and commercial carpet cleaning services; upholstery, oriental, area and wool rug cleaning; and tile-grout cleaning services, stone cleaning and water damage services. Among the awards Mr. Campbell has received for his well-regarded oversight are a Bright Horizon Award in 2008, a Circle of Excellence Award each year since 2010, and a Best in State finalist in 2021 and 2022. He attributes his success to his tenacity, to his time management skills and to his focus on priorities. His recognition for perpetual excellence for Chem-Dry of Allen County in 2020 has been what Mr. Campbell considers his most notable accomplishment. In the coming years, he intends to pursue professional consulting and mentorship in his specialty and hopes to one day successfully retire.
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