People, Places & Things
Brown Machine Group is pleased to announce the following changes in their sales department. First they would like to congratulate Brian Crawford on his retirement as National Sales Manager for the Lyle product line. During his 40+ years, Crawford has held many different roles within the organization and has proven to be a champion for his customers. They want to thank Brian for all his years of dedication and service within the thermoforming industry.
They would also like to announce Kirk Haines has
accepted the position of National Sales Manager for the Lyle product line. Many of you may have worked with Haines in the past, he began his career in 1984 as a machinery assembler. During his 30+ years with Lyle, he has held numerous positions including Service Technician, Service Manager, Aftermarket Services Sales Manager, and Plant Manager.
Curbell Plastics, Inc. announces the addition of Shannon Cream and Dave Seiler to the company’s business development team. Cream joins as a Business Development Manager while Seiler will serve as a Product Specialist. Both will work with specification-driven industries focusing on high performance polymers. A seasoned 30-year plastics professional, Cream most recently worked with engineering departments to determine the best plastic solutions to match the exacting specifications of aerospace, defense, oil and gas, and other industries. Cream will work with customers in California and the Northwest states. Seiler has close to 10 years of plastic industry experience and will work with companies in the Midwest and the Southwest. He will also provide LED lighting expertise and support to all Curbell’s Midwest and East Coast customers.
SIMONA PMC announced the addition of Mike Ringquist to the position of Regional Sales Manager. Ringquist has over 30 years of experience in the plastics industry working for sheet extruders and thermoformers. As Regional Sales Manager, he will focus on promoting Simona PMC products and services by calling key influencers and specifiers. In his 32 years in the industry, Mike has developed solid customer relationships and a strong reputation for developing new applications and markets for thermoformed plastics.
It is with the saddest regret that we announce the sudden death of Clint Morton, on December 3rd, 2018 while on a trip with family in Nebraska. Clint had been a valued member of C.R. Onsrud since September 2003, most recently as a Regional Sales Manager, and will be greatly missed. Clint had an infectious personality filled with humor, and an uplifting spirit. He was a true team player and always willing to take time to help a fellow colleague or friend. He was a friend to all who knew him and will be greatly missed. Please keep Clint’s family in your thoughts and prayers as they go through this difficult time.