In commemoration of Cee Kay Supply’s 60th anniversary, Thermadyne presented representatives of Cee Kay with a sculpture that was welded by artist Brother Mel Meyer. A presentation was attended by Cee Kay President Tom Dunn (left), Thermadyne Executive Vice President of global sales and marketing Martin Quinn, Brother Mel Meyer, and Ned Lane and Heath Wells of Cee Kay.

Thermadyne Industries recently honored St. Louis-based Cee Kay Supply, one of the company’s largest distributors, on its 60th anniversary.

Thermadyne officials said that Cee Kay is the largest, independent supplier of industrial gases, welding and cutting equipment and supplies in Missouri. It has seven retail locations in Missouri and Illinois.

In recognition for contributions Cee Kay has made to the advancement of the welding industry, Martin Quinn, Thermadyne executive vice president of global sales and marketing, presented Cee Kay President Tom Dunn with a sculpture created by St. Louis artist Brother Melvin Meyer.

“We are proud of our relationship with Cee Kay and congratulate the company for its many great successes,” Quinn said. “Cee Kay does an outstanding job of educating, training and serving the needs of end users, and we look forward to many, many more years of working with its representatives.”