Gorman-Rupp shares profits with workers for 86th consecutive yr
MANSFIELD – The Gorman-Rupp Enterprise dispersed gain sharing checks totaling more than $2 million to approximately 520 employees of its Mansfield and Gorman-Rupp Industries (Bellville, Ohio) Divisions.
Jeffrey S. Gorman, president and CEO, mentioned that this was the 86th consecutive 12 months that organization staff members have shared in the company’s revenue, a application commenced by co-founders J.C. Gorman and H.E. Rupp.
In addition to the earnings sharing distribution, various workers have been recognized for their many years of service. Mansfield Division workforce with 40 a long time of provider are Laurie Leedy and Bobby Parrigan. Those people with 25 several years of provider are Tony Mickley, Mike Keith, Lisa Alsept, Andy Secrist, Cyndi Hoffner and Lisa Suska. Paul Oehling was honored for 25 years of support with the Gorman-Rupp Industries Division.
Mechanics Bank announces two promotions
MANSFIELD – Mechanics Lender is pleased to announce the adhering to promotions:
Karin DeSanto has been promoted to branch supervisor of the Clear Fork office. DeSanto joined Mechanics in 2010 as a purchaser assistance consultant (CSR) and was promoted to shopper assistance specialist (CSS). She later served as a senior CSS and CSS coordinator and, most not too long ago, assistant branch manager. DeSanto concluded a banking apprenticeship in Germany and retains an associate’s diploma from Baker University. She obtained the James A. Courtney Award in 2017.
Angie Williams has been promoted to lead branch manager at the Lexington office environment. Williams joined Mechanics in 1999 as a buyer service agent (CSR). She later served as an functions specialist, senior CSR and assistant department manager. Most recently, Williams served as the department supervisor at the Distinct Fork workplace. She gained the James A. Courtney Award in 2012.
Mechanics Bank is Richland County’s only independent, community bank with 9 spots in Richland County.
Knox County firm will get patent co-invented by Mansfielder
MOUNT VERNON – Famous Industries of Mount Vernon has been assigned a patent produced by 4 co-inventors for a “sealed transverse locking pipe and fittings.” The coupling procedure is used in heating/ventilation/air conditioning (HVAC) units.
The co-inventors are Jan Bauerdick of Mansfield, Don Smith of Mount Gilead and Thomas J. Moses and Jeffrey A. Koller, each of Elmhurst, Illinois.
Firelands Electric Cooperative accepting scholarship apps
NEW LONDON – Applications are open for Firelands Electric Cooperative’s annual scholarship method. Learners who reside in a home acquiring its electric electrical power from the cooperative are eligible to use.
Guidelines and elements can be found beneath the Group tab at firelandsec.com. Firelands Electrical Cooperative will award $9,750 in scholarships to superb significant college seniors who have a minimum GPA of 3.5 on a 4. scale. 10 college students will be awarded scholarships, which include: a to start with-location scholarship of $1,800 second area of $1,600 third put of $1,400 fourth position of $1,200 fifth spot of $1,000 and sixth place of $750. Two college students will be decided on to obtain $500 honorable mention scholarships, and two more learners will every be awarded a $300 Judges’ Choice scholarship.
Firelands Electric Cooperative will award a $750 scholarship to 1 exceptional significant university senior who has a least GPA of 2.5 on a 4. scale and who options to enroll in a technical college or vocational application subsequent graduation. Programs for all scholarships will be reviewed, and picked finalists will be invited for a personalized job interview at Firelands Electric’s office environment in New London on Feb. 15. If in-man or woman interviews are not able to be executed owing to COVID-19, the co-op will make arrangements to keep them almost. The initial-position winner in Firelands’ program will be suitable to contend for more scholarships from Ohio’s Electrical Cooperatives at the statewide-degree in Columbus on April 13.
Accomplished scholarship purposes should be gained in the Firelands Electric powered Cooperative workplace by 4 p.m. on Jan. 22. Submissions need to be mailed to: Attn: Scholarship Coordinator, Firelands Electric powered Cooperative, P.O. Box 32, New London 44851. Purposes also may well be sent by emailing them to [email protected]
For extra data, make contact with Firelands Electric powered Cooperative’s Member Products and services Dept. at 1-800-533-8658 or [email protected]