Schaumburg Man Receives Credit Management Award

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Schaumburg Man Receives Credit Management Award


Byline: Joanmarie Wermes

He doesn't flaunt it, but he is mighty proud of his professional and personal accomplishments and is especially appreciative and excited about his recent selection as the recipient of the Alice M.H. McGregor Award of Exceptional Achievement.

Considered a highly distinguished accomplishment in the world of credit management, the award recognizes creative approaches and consistently high performance. It is given only when the National Association of Credit Management's national awards and honors committee deems it merited, so is it any wonder that Bob Healy, C.C.E., is ecstatic that he was named?

The award honors and aims at dedication, professionalism, commitment and overall excellence. Healy is only the second person to receive the award since it was initiated 10 years ago.

"This award has been given out only two times, so I am honored," said Healy. "I worked closely with Alice McGregor and admired her tremendously. She was a single mother and quite a person in an all- male industry. I never expected the award because I retired two years ago, and they asked me to stay on as counselor emeritus of the local affiliate of NACM."

Owning up to a "Type A" personality, Healy is also the sole holder of NACM's Chicago-Midwest Life Achievement Award. During his career, he often was quoted in the Wall Street Journal and Cash Flow, Business Credit and Financial Management magazines.

Now retired, the former certified credit executive and manager of credit for the chemical division of Unocal Chemicals Division was the author of articles in many trade and professional journals. …

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