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STI Electronics, Inc., a full service organization providing training services, analytical and failure analysis, prototyping, and small-to-medium volume PCB assembly, announces two milestone employee anniversaries. Christy Hill and Chuck Callahan recently celebrated their 10-year anniversaries with the company. David Raby presented both longstanding employees with plaques in recognition of their 10-year milestone.
Ms. Hill serves as an Administrative Assistant and is an integral part of STI. Christy assists the VP of Operations, plans employee events and helps schedule and coordinate maintenance throughout the facility.
Mr. Callahan is a Kit Room Associate. He builds and fulfills training material orders in the kit room. Chuck is instrumental in the overall success of the training materials department and ensures accuracy and on-time delivery for customer orders.
About STI Electronics, Inc.
Since 1982, STI Electronics, Inc. (STI) has been the premier full service organization for training, consulting, laboratory analysis, prototyping, and small-to-medium volume PCB assembly in the electronics industry. STI also produces a complete line of solder training kits and training support products. For more information, visit www.stielectronicsinc.com.
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