Mississippi Lime Company Announces Ryan Seelke As New Director of Safety

January 27, 2021

ST. LOUIS, Mo. – Mississippi Lime Company (MLC) has announced that Ryan Seelke is the new Director of Safety. His focus will be on proactive risk-based safety practices, leadership, and training.

Prior to joining MLC, Ryan worked at Doe Run as a leader in their safety department. He also owned and led a private legal practice specializing in mine safety law and consulting before that assignment. His focus has been on creating risk-based safety cultures and programs in organizations.

“Safety is critically important. I hold safety as a value and chose to do this over practicing law. In this position, I have the opportunity to ensure that employees work safely and go home safely to their families.”

Ryan has an MBA from St. Louis University, a law degree from Washington University, and an economics degree from the University of Central Missouri. He is also pursuing a Master’s in Occupational Safety Management from the University of Central Missouri. In addition, Ryan is an MSHA certified trainer and has educated and developed numerous managers, supervisors, and safety representatives.

About Mississippi Lime Company
Mississippi Lime Company (“MLC”), headquartered in St. Louis, MO, is a leading global supplier of high-calcium lime products and technical solutions. With over a century in business, the company has built a reputation on the purity of its products, commitment to research and development, and tradition of customer satisfaction. Mississippi Lime operates the largest lime facility in the Americas and mines some of the purest limestone reserves in the world. The company supplies high-calcium quicklime, hydrated lime, calcium carbonate products, trucking services, and technical solutions from a diversified, reliable network of facilities in Ste. Genevieve, MO; Calera, AL; Verona, KY; Vicksburg, MS; Weirton, WV; Chester, SC; Mobile, AL; Prairie du Rocher, IL; Bridgeville, PA; Kansas City, KS; as well as several distribution sites throughout the country. For more information, visit MLC.com.