Since 1968, as a local and family owned company, Pahl Ready Mix has provided quality ready mixed concrete to customers in Northwest Ohio and the tri-state area. Pahl Ready Mix mainly services concrete contractors, but also provides sand, gravel, and concrete to customers that are working on projects of all sizes ranging from residential, to commercial and even public sectors. Services include delivery of ready mix concrete, concrete pumping, conveyor trucks, semi and dump truck delivery, and many related building products and services.
We are committed to supporting charitable organizations that make a positive impact on the world around us. Through our partnerships with these organizations, we are able to contribute to a wide range of causes that are important to us and our customers.
By working together with these organizations, we hope to make a difference in the lives of those who need it most. We encourage our customers and partners to join us in supporting these important causes and to help us create a better world for all.
Brock grew up in Wauseon, Ohio, and graduated high school in 2003. He’s worked for PAHL’s since he was a kid. Brock’s grandparents started Weber Sand and Gravel, and purchased PAHL Ready Mix shortly after.
In 2007, Brock and his family were on their way to church on Christmas eve when a 92-year-old man ran a stop sign and hit the car in which he and his family were traveling. Brock’s father and his brother’s girlfriend were killed in the accident. Brock sustained an injury to his spinal cord, which caused him to be paralyzed from the waist down. His surgeon gave him a 1% chance of moving his legs again, and an even lower chance of walking.
In the days and months after the accident, Brock faced not only a difficult grieving process, but also a rehabilitation process that was both mentally and physically grueling. Life as he had known it forever changed. He has persevered through this situation by clinging to faith and relying on God.
Through his continued faith despite obstacles, Brock not only became independent again, but was blessed with an incredible comeback story that has led him to walk again with the help of two canes. After 2 years of grueling physical therapy, he started working out with the U of M football team strength staff. In fall of 2010, Brock completed his goal of leading the Michigan Wolverines onto the field for their home opener accompanied with his mom, Elliott and oldest brother, Blake.
He received his undergrad at The Ohio State University and completed his MBA at the University of Michigan in 2021.
Today, Brock continues to help others in their own journey through life’s challenges. He continues to work out, so he continues to improve, as well as share his faith, and motivate others to strive for their goals. He has since been able to walk without assistance of any kind, walking up to a half mile at a time.