Giving Back | Sharing Our Resources
George Risk Industries appreciates the growth and good fortune we have experienced over the years. We choose to make a positive difference in our community and beyond.
G.R.I. Management and Employees support the following projects and organizations through active personal involvement and/or providing financial support.
- American Cancer Society
- American Heart Association
- American Red Cross
- Boy Scouts
- Children's Wish Foundation
- Christmas Pageant
- Community Concerts
- Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA)
- Farmer’s Day
- Hastings College Foundation
- Historic Society
- Kimball County Hospital Foundation
- Kimball County Soccer League
- Kimball Fair Boosters
- Kimball Post Prom Committee
- Kimball Volunteer Fire Department
- Kimball/Banner County Chamber of Commerce
- Local Area Schools’ Fund Raisers
- March of Dimes
- Multiple Sclerosis Association
- Nebraska State Troopers Association
- Pheasants Forever
- Potter-Dix Post Prom Fund
- Senior Citizen Center
- Special Olympics
- St. Jude’s Children's Research Hospital
- Teammates Mentoring Program
- The Salvation Army
- United Breast Cancer Foundation
- YMCA of Scottsbluff
Thank you for your service!
Ruth Phillips began working at GRI in 1969. She was on the wire and printing line and built KB and KBDP switches. Over the years Ruth built and tested thousands of TSC-20 tamper switches, wall plates, 505s, tilt sensors and 50-12s. Ruth raised eight children and enjoys watching the Colorado Rockies and Broncos. Ruth was a hard worker and a joy to work with. She retired in June and we miss her.
Pictured L-R, Stephanie Risk, President/CEO, sister Phyllis, Ruth, sister Delores, daughter Geraldine
Cinda Schwindt began working in the sales department at GRI in 1993. She spent a lot of time following up on show leads, updating customers, helping with the phones as well as helping with various accounting functions. Cinda is now settling into a new home in the Colorado Rockies and we wish her well.
Kenneth Mossberg retired June 15, 2015 spending 16 years at GRI in the Engineering Department. Kenneth helped in developing new products, sourcing materials, working with production on assembly methods and machine maintenance. Kenneth now has plenty of time to hit the coffee circuit.