Home Depot’s Menear honored with City of Hope award
Los Angeles -- In recognition of his business and philanthropic achievements, The Home Depot’s executive VP merchandising, Craig Menear, will receive The Spirit of Life Award from City of Hope’s Hardware/Homebuilding Industry group. Menear will be honored Jan. 11, at a reception, at the Rosen Plaza Hotel in Orlando, Fla., by colleagues and industry members. The day will begin with a golf tournament event that supports City of Hope’s lifesaving research, education and treatment programs for cancer and other life-threatening diseases.
Menear has nearly 30 years of experience in the retail and hardware home improvement industry. Since he joined The Home Depot in 1997, he has held various executive positions including senior VP merchandising of hardlines, merchandising VP hardware, merchandising VP of the Southwest Division and divisional merchandise manager of the Southwest Division. In addition, Menear is currently the chairman of The Home Depot Foundation’s board of directors.
“It’s an honor to receive this special recognition from City of Hope, an institution that helps patients everywhere who are facing serious diseases,” said Menear. “Our industry has been a tireless supporter of City of Hope’s efforts to cure and ultimately prevent cancer and other life-threatening diseases. I am honored to continue that tradition of support.”
“Since it was founded in 1982, City of Hope’s Hardware/Homebuilding Industry has raised more than $140 million for lifesaving research, treatment and education programs. The group has grown to encompass a nationwide network of high-profile manufacturers, retailers, distributors, manufacturers' representatives and related members.