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Owner and Executive Vice President
National Truck Equipment Association
Braun is awarded the bid to build their first van ambulance.
1980: National Builder Status 1980: National Builder Status Braun goes from Regional to National Builder with the Expansion of the Dealer Network. 1980: LFEA Slope Slide Braun introduces "LFEA" Slope Slide. 1985: Introducing SolidBody™ Construction Braun moves from Steel to Aluminum SolidBody™ Construction. 1995: Facility Expanded Braun's continued growth requires additional expansion of operational facilities. 1999: Leadership Transitions to 2nd Generation 1999: Leadership Transitions to 2nd Generation Braun leadership transitions to the 2nd generation, Phil and Charma Braun. 2000: New Facility Build Begins Braun introduces EZ Glide™ Sliding Door, MasterTech™ III Multiplex Electrical Control System In 1999, Braun Industries, Inc. transitioned to the second generation as Phil and Charma Braun assumed ownership and management of the corporation. In 2008, Braun transitioned to the third generation, and with this, Braun became one of the oldest family-owned manufacturers in the United States and has since flourished. In June 2014, the company purchased an existing facility adjacent to the Corporate Offices and Manufacturing Plant. Now part of the ever growing Braun Campus, the new Service Facility will allow Braun to develop their service center capabilities to include ambulance remounts and accident repairs.
Charma A. Braun
Charma A. Braun, went home to be with her Lord at 7:30 AM Saturday, Nov. 6, 2010. Charma taught at Living Word Christian School in Stryker, OH for eight years. She was an owner and Executive Vice President of Braun Industries, Inc. manufacturer of custom ambulances, for eighteen years before retiring. I'v known Charma for 16 years she was a very super nice person we'll all miss her at work. She was always willing to listen to what we had to say,she cared very much about the quality of the trucks we built.
CHARMA A. BRAUN
Charma A. Braun went home to be with her Lord at 7:3 0 a.m. Saturday, November 6, 2010. She was born February 17, 1950, in Columbus, to the late Clyde and Irene Seifert. On November 2, 1974, she married Phillip Braun, who survives her. Charma taught at Living Work Christian School in Stryker for eight years and was an owner and executive vice president of Braun Industries Inc. in Van Wert, manufacturer of custom ambulances, for 18 years before retiring.
The congressman, who sits on the House Agriculture Committee, later toured Braun's ambulance manufacturing facility in Vision Industrial Park and Schumm's 2,400-head hog feeding operation in southern Van Wert County.
Elick, a third-generation Braun family member and the daughter of Phil and Charma Braun, will provide the overall direction for the leading manufacturer of handcrafted ambulances. Since the early 1970s, Braun has been serving the fire and rescue industries with industry-leading ambulances and support. The second generation of the Braun family, Phil and Charma Braun, maintained the company's commitment of quality, integrity and innovation in their products. Phil and Charma Braun will continue to serve over the board of directors. Braun is a member of the National Truck Equipment Association (NTEA), the Ambulance Manufacturers Division (AMD) and National Fire Protection Agency (NFPA).
The second generation of the Braun family, Phil and Charma Braun, maintained the company's commitment of quality, integrity and innovation in their products.
Phil and Charma Braun will continue to serve over the board of directors. Braun is a member of the National Truck Equipment Association (NTEA), the Ambulance Manufacturers Division (AMD) and National Fire Protection Agency (NFPA).