Crest Ink - Volume 31 - Number 03

Internal Promotions to Management Positions

Candy Koch Quality Assurance Coordinator

Trish Carter A-Shift Quality Engineer

Kristina McWethy Marketing Manager

Arielle Johnston B-Shift Supervisor Main Plant

Four Crest employees who have worked their way up the ladder have recently secured new management positions within the company. Congratulations to all four who have earned their new level of responsibility at Crest…we’re grateful for the experience and energy you bring to your new positions. Candy Koch brings her years of packaging quality control experience to the Quality Assurance Coordinator posi- tion. Trisha Carter has worked her way up the Quality Control ranks in packaging to be the A-Shift Quality Engi- neer. Kristina McWethy brings her talents and ingenuity to the Marketing Manager position that addresses both external marketing programs for the Ingredient Division and marketing plans for numerous internal promotions. Arielle Johnston takes her line operating and people skills to the positon of packaging B-Shift Production Supervi- sor. Congratulations to all.

Sandi Stover Retires What started as a part time job in the Payroll office in late 2001, turned into a full time position as the Administrative Assistant in the Karlin Warehouse. In about the year 2000, the Karlin Warehouse was built for warehousing and soon became apparent that there was a need for an Administrative Assistant so in March of 2002, Sandi applied for and was given that job. Anyone who has been around for a ‘few’ years knows that the Karlin Warehouse has grown and grown, as did Sandi’s job duties. For 17 years Sandy was juggling the varied duties as truck loads came and went all the while keeping things running smoothly during some exceptionally busy times. Sandi’s supervisor, Craig Friday, said he would describe Sandi as having the ‘old school work ethic.’ “Sandi would tell you that is just how she was raised. She gave sacrificially to her job, often working overtime because there was still work to do. She was wholehearted; there was no half way with her. She was good at multi-tasking, it seemed at times she had another set of hands. But most importantly she was an example of a great worker” said Friday. Now, rather than juggle incoming and outgoing truck loads, Sandi will be enjoying some down time with husband, Don, and her children and grandchildren. We wish Sandi the best as she learns to relax a little more and fill her day with the things that make her happy.

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