PacMoore Helps Raise Over $25,000 at Stability First’s 2nd Annual 5k Walk/Run

Stability First 5k MartinsvillePacMoore supports a wonderful organization called Stability First. They help women who have been through very difficult situations by providing housing, job training, mentoring, emotional support, counseling and love. On Saturday June 15, 2018, 55 PacMoore friends and family participated in the 2nd annual 5k walk & run event. We have helped them raise over $25,000 that is desperately needed to keep these programs moving forward. Great work everyone.

Creating Caring Communities

I want to be sure to recognize Melody Gentry, Logistics Coordinator at PacMoore in Mooresville, for organizing our people. She worked very hard to get everyone registered and to get them to the event. This was a lot of extra work on top of her daily duties. Thank you very much Melody! You have helped a lot of women and helped PacMoore people connect to a very special program for Morgan County. I had the special privilege to run the whole race with her son Tyler who outran me to the finish line. We have a rematch planned for next year…I won’t lose!

On the left below is a photo of the group in 2017, and 2018 is on the right.

I am so proud of all of the PacMoore family that came to the event. Thank you team!!!! This is what a loving community does for those who are struggling. We each sacrifice a little to provide a lot to those in need. A loving community only thrives when the individuals sacrifice for the group. PacMoore people are learning how to let go of ourselves to put others first so we can have a loving place to work and to live. I am honored to be part of this community.

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Bill Moore


After graduating from the University of Wisconsin with a B.S. in chemical engineering, Bill became a product development engineer for Procter & Gamble in 1985. After the unexpected death of his stepfather, Bill left P&G to lead his stepfather’s company, George Meyer Company. He developed a functional ability to process recycled starch products, while also recognizing a need by many companies in the food industry for a trusted and capable contract manufacturing partner. Over the last 20 years Bill has evolved the company to meet this need by providing packaging, blending, spray drying, and extrusion.