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Rob Stenson and team

1 to 30 employees Goodmans Interior Structures Goodmans designs work spaces that improve productivity, creating value for stockholders, taxpayers, students and patients by decreasing expenses for corporations, government agencies, schools and hospitals. Goodmans is a community leader that takes care of its sick, supports its weak, inspires its artists and protects its resources with integrity and respect. “At Goodmans, we will change our community,” said GM Rob Stenson. “That is not just a vision statement posted on the walls of our office. Our people are passionate about it. They want to make a difference here in Tucson. To have the team honored with this award is so rewarding to me.”

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Bruce Dusenberry

31 to 75 employees Horizon Moving Systems, now Suddath Relocation Systems Horizon was founded in 1924 and is now doing business as Suddath Relocation Systems. It remains a United Van Lines agent. Bruce Dusenberry, grandson of the founders, was CEO of Horizon for 20 years and is now business development consultant to the new owners. Horizon was founded by C.R. Dusenberry with one truck. Its employees serve in leadership roles in nonprofit organizations and participate in fundraisers. “Giving back to the community is one of the four pillars of Horizon’s mission statement,” Bruce Dusenberry said. “The Copper Cactus award affirms the commitment of our employees to making Tucson a better place.”

Robert Assenmacher

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Winners of the 2013 Tucson Metro Chamber Copper Cactus Awards

76 to 250 employees CAID Industries CAID is the largest diversified metal fabrication company in the Southwest. The 65-year-old company’s work includes design/build custom fabrication, large-scale manufacturing, precision machining and mining technology. The company now has an automation division. It strives to be a responsible corporate citizen and maintains a high level of ethnics and integrity with employees, in business activities and in the community. Accepting the award for CAID Industries was VP Robert Assenmacher.

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