Ron Eakes Owns A Construction Company That Has Many Expert Professionals

Ron Eakes attended the South Western Heights School, Kansas and after the completion of his graduation from school in 1977, he enrolled at Dodge City Community College situated in Kansas. In 1979, he completed his degree course and graduated. Right after getting his graduate degree, he began his own construction company. He also took part in a personality development course which was offered by Dale Carnegie College. This course is particularly designed to help candidates overpower their weaknesses and become even more confident doing what they want to do. This course helped Ron tackle all his challenges.

Ron Eakes has a strong presence in the construction industry. Mid Plains Construction Company is located at Plains, KS and is ranked as one of the most advanced construction companies in the Kansas area. The organization has over 70 full-time workers who are expert, and cater to the residential, commercial, and the agricultural construction requirements of people in the Plains. For offering excellent services, he got a certificate of achievement in building construction and was also featured in the National Register of Who’s Who in executives and professionals. His company provides several construction products and services including building handicapped ramps, parking lots, garage floors, handicapped ramps, basement floors, etc. He also owns three other ready mix concrete plants and has partnered with two large-scale dairies.

Ron Eakes helps an assortment of charitable events and social organizations. He raises required funds for a great number of non-government organizations and is actively involved with Save the Children, the American Cancer Society, Church council, Children’s Miracle Network, and numerous such organizations. He always wanted to help disabled people and this is the reason why, he is immensely involved with Special Olympics which is one of the largest sports organizations in the world offering sports training and athletics competitions for both adults and children with intellectual disabilities.

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