Chad Remp, operations manager at Wheeling Truck Center was recently nominated to The State Journal’s Generation Next – 40 Under 40 for 2010.
The State Journal is pleased to announce its fifth-annual class of Generation Next and introduce readers to young leaders who are playing critical roles in communities across West Virginia. As West Virginia takes on new challenges, the state will turn more and more to Generation Next — West Virginians who have demonstrated their commitment to building a better state. These 40 West Virginians — all younger than 40 years of age — manage their own businesses, practice law, serve in government and devote themselves to causes that are important to their communities and the state. The newest class of Generation Next offers the talent, commitment and persistence to forge the future of West Virginia. “The emergence of these young leaders is perhaps the most critical change in the fabric of West Virginia that we have seen during the past 25 years we have published The State Journal,” said Dan Page, editor and publisher. The State Journal accepted nominations from across the state and submitted them to a committee of five past Generation Next: 40 Under 40 honorees. Those past winners then selected the members of the Generation Next class profiled in this issue.
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