Tom Goodloe is the President of Fine Metals Corporation and the youngest son of the founder. He has been with the company for more than 30 years. He began his career by helping his father and brothers around the shop while earning an Associate’s degree in Business Administration. He developed a passion for the trade and became a metal technician, learning how to operate all of the machinery. It was his idea to expand capabilities offered at Fine Metals Corp. Eager to utilize his education, Tom transitioned to accounting and later to sales and marketing. Fine Metals Corp. started to develop a reputation that required them to grow from a part-time place of employment for a few people to a corporation that employs 30 team members.
Fine Metals Corp. is experiencing change again and Tom is leading the way, this time by embracing new technology for manufacturing and leading a team to earn an ISO 9001 certification. He is also in the process of helping develop a new generation of management at Fine Metals Corp., teaching them the manufacturing industry and encouraging them to use technology and their education to solve problems.
When Tom isn’t at Fine Metals Corp. he enjoys teaching Tae Kwon Do (where he holds a third degree black belt), skiing in West Virginia, relic hunting (you can even read articles written by him in American Digger magazine!), and spending time with his family.
Kim Goodloe is the Director of Business Operations and spouse of President, Tom Goodloe. Kim has been with Fine Metals for 25 years. Prior to joining the Fine Metals Corporation team, Kim was an Office Manager at a local steel company. After Kim and Tom’s twin boys were born with Tuberous Sclerosis, the decision for Kim to transition to Fine Metals Corporation was made.
At this time Fine Metals Corp. was composed of 4 employees, adding Kim to the team allowed Tom to increase his focus on sales and production efficiency. Kim’s skills in accounting, information systems, organization, and management laid the foundation for Fine Metals Corp. to grow. When the company grew, so did Kim’s role. A few of her responsibilities include team member benefits, capital purchases and managing a team focused on operational efficiency through new technology.
When Kim is not at Fine Metals she serves as the President of the Board of Directors for the Arc of Virginia, a non-profit disability advocacy organization. Kim also frequently volunteers with Friends for Life, a community club for adults with intellectual disabilities. Her dedication to help others has attracted the same caliber of team members to FMC. This has instilled a culture dedicated to helping Fine Metals Corp. grow and become a socially responsible company with a team that serves the community where they live.
When Kim isn’t working, volunteering or mentoring, she enjoys riding her horse Max, going on family vacations and spending time with her family.
Lori Seay has been employed by Fine Metals since January, 2000. She is currently enrolled at J. Sargent Reynolds Community College in pursuit of a degree in business administration. She has held many positions at Fine Metals Corp., each requiring more responsibility, and has excelled at all of them. In addition to being the Purchasing Manager, she helps develop and maintain the Export Compliance Program, manages the shipping and inventory office, and is helping the company get organized to earn their ISO 9001 certification.
Before joining Fine Metals, Lori was employed as a Purchasing Agent for the County of Hanover, VA. She is married and has two daughters. Lori enjoys being involved with her church, helping prepare and serve dinner weekly for her community, and traveling with her husband.
Lori’s teamwork and dedication to Fine Metals Corp. proves she is committed to helping them grow and be a leader in their industry.
Dwight Andrews is a sales representative at Fine Metals Corporation. He holds a B.S in Business Administration with a concentration in Supply Chain Management & Analytics and is currently working towards his MBA. He has experience working in international consulting teams and was a student ambassador for the 23rd International Business Forum hosted by Virginia Commonwealth University. He helped develop the Export Compliance Program at Fine Metals Corporation, identifies international and domestic suppliers and customers, and is responsible for the company’s website. He also participates on special projects for capital purchases, operational efficiency and business development.
Prior to joining the Fine Metals Corporation team, Dwight was a professional firefighter for Richmond Fire and Emergency Services in Richmond, Va. for over nine years. He also started a small hardwood flooring business.. When he’s not studying or working he enjoys renovating his home, spending time with his wife and children, finding new restaurants, and snowboarding in West Virginia.
Dwight is excited to help Fine Metals grow, enjoys working on teams and is always up for a challenge. If you have a project and need the services at Fine Metals, he is more than happy to help.