|Andy and Monica Schroeder|
Andy Schroeder has been with South Central Steel Inc. (SCS), of Harpersville, since 2010. He has degrees in engineering from Virginia Tech and finance from Auburn University.
His wife, Monica Johnson Schroeder, also is a major figure in the corporate world. According to her Facebook page, she is a vice president at Capital One and has held several positions in real-estate finance.
The couple has one son named Drew. They have an older son, Chase, who is president of Mountain Top Events in Knoxville, Tennessee. According to his Facebook page, Andy Schroeder went to Briarwood Christian High School, and both of his sons have gone there. Chase Schroeder played football at Briarwood, and Drew plays golf there now, set to graduate in 2019.
What is South Central Steel? This is from the company's Web site:
South Central Steel, Inc.
SCS has provided the highest quality fabricated structural steel to the industrial and commercial construction industry for over 20 years. Our dedication to quality, performance and customer satisfaction is the primary reason for our continued success. We have become a leader in steel construction throughout the United States providing the highest value and professional services to our customers. We have talented professionals and the latest technology to give our customers a total steel package.
Have you always wanted a "total steel package"? Well, now you know where to get one. The SCS Web site lists projects across the South, from Texas to Georgia and Florida.
Providing "total steel packages" apparently pays well. The Schroeder family lives at 5036 Greystone Way, and the property has an estimated value of $863,442.
Shelby County records indicate the Schroeders own quite a bit of property, either corporate or personal, in what generally is considered Alabama's fastest growing county. For example, in April 2017, they took out a $750,000 commercial real estate mortgage on what appears to be at least two lots in the fourth sector of Greystone.
Our best guess is that it will be some sort of business development. What kind? We aren't sure, but it won't be cheap.
We sought comment from Andy Schroeder for this post, but he has not responded to our queries.
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