Holly Bellmund named President/COO of GLC Minerals

Holly Bellmund has been named President and Chief Operating Officer of GLC Minerals LLC., a Green Bay-based custom mineral processing company. The company, formerly known as Great Lakes Calcium, has deep roots in the Green Bay community having been founded in 1871 by Fred Hurlbut Sr.

“Bellmund brings a strong background to our firm, having worked in the mining industry as well as for limestone, silica sand and other aggregate producers for more than 20 years,” said Wes Garner, CEO of GLC Minerals, LLC. “Her leadership and skills will be invaluable as we continue to grow and expand. We are pleased she will be leading our company.”

Holly Bellmund has been named President and Chief Operating Officer of GLC Minerals LLC., a Green Bay-based custom mineral processing company. The company, formerly known as Great Lakes Calcium, has deep roots in the Green Bay community having been founded in 1871 by Fred Hurlbut Sr.

“Bellmund brings a strong background to our firm, having worked in the mining industry as well as for limestone, silica sand and other aggregate producers for more than 20 years,” said Wes Garner, CEO of GLC Minerals, LLC. “Her leadership and skills will be invaluable as we continue to grow and expand. We are pleased she will be leading our company.”

Bellmund’s key responsibilities will include executing the overall growth strategy for the company as well as strengthening the firm’s core minerals business.

“I’m excited to be joining GLC Minerals because of the strong leadership team and culture, combined with the company’s approach to growth through innovation,” Bellmund said. “I have great appreciation for the firm’s history and the active role it has played in the community. I intend to continue that tradition.”

Most recently, Bellmund was a partner at Q4 Impact Group, a strategy and performance group specializing in minerals processing and marketing, as well as being the founder and President of Proppant Today, LLC, a digital market research business on frac sand and proppant news and forecasting. Both firms are located in Chicago.

Bellmund has a B.A. in geological sciences from Northwestern University, an M.S. in environmental science and engineering from the Colorado School of Mines and an M.B.A. from Emory University. She is relocating to the Green Bay area with her husband and daughter.

Maritime Editorial