Member at-large - Mark Lamoncha
Mark Lamoncha

Member At-Large


Mark Lamoncha was appointed to the State Board of Education as a member at-large by Gov. John Kasich in November 2018. His term began in January 2019 and will end in December 2022.

He is president and CEO of Humtown Products in Columbiana, a family-owned manufacturing company that has served the foundry industry for more than 50 years. Mark’s Humtown Products recently became a pioneer in additive manufacturing (3D printing) by offering 3D sand printing, high accuracy scanning and inspection through its sister company, Agile Casting Solutions.

He helped form a partnership between Humtown Products, Youngstown State University, the Youngstown Business Incubator and American Makes, a leader in 3D printing technology and innovation, to explore the viability of 3D printing technology for making removable inner cores for metal castings. Mark also is working with Youngstown State University on research to move 3D printing, until now used only for small-scale manufacturing, to commercial-scale production.

Mark is keenly interested in human energy, believing the world has only begun to tap the energy and capacity of today’s workforce. He has studied the pioneers of “pay for performance” systems to find the best ways to motivate people and reward them for outstanding performance. His work led to the now-patented Real Time Pay Rate (RTP) System, a combination of software and technology that gives workers real-time data showing how their efforts contribute to their paychecks.

As an employer, Mark has a passion for seeing that children get the education and coaching they need to prepare them for careers that best suit their God-given attributes.

He serves on the Business Advisory Council of the Columbiana County Educational Service Center. He was born and raised in Columbiana. Mark and his wife, Sheri, have three sons and are members of Greenford Christian Church.

Mark Lamoncha, Member At-Large
42318 Applesway
Leetonia, OH 44431
Phone: (330) 565-5555

Last Modified: 10/6/2022 2:12:19 PM