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Frank Calandra, Jr., is Inducted Into the West Virginia Coal Mining Institute Hall of Fame



April 3, 2019 - On March 20th, Frank Calandra, Jr. was inducted into the West Virginia Coal Mining Institute Hall of Fame, Class of 2018 at the Spring Meeting in Charleston, West Virginia at the Annual Induction Ceremony and dinner. This is an honor that is well deserved for Frank. His employees and the industry appreciate all his hard work and all that he does.


Frank Calandra, Jr. 


The first class of the West Virginia Coal Hall of Fame was inducted in 1998. Those who make it into the hall of fame must be leaders who have made a significant contribution to the development and growth of the coal industry in West Virginia; must have devoted a minimum of five years of his or her mining career directly related to the West Virginia coal industry; and must have served as an operator, manager, owner, engineer, educator, or other major contributor to the growth and development of the West Virginia coal industry.