1. What is your role at GMP?
    My official title is IT Multimedia Specialist
    In reality I:
    Maintain the GMP Website
    Order and repair work PC’s and printers
    Onboard new employees with their computer needs
    Take care of the network
    Take care of the phone system
    Create product literature
    Create new product manuals
    In house photography
    Video product “how to”
    Document and video internal operating procedures on product assembly

…..and many other things that I can’t think of at the moment.

2. What drew you to GMP originally? And how long have you worked at GMP?
GMP was a local company that was hiring when I got out of high school in 1973. Not having a clue what I wanted to do, I applied and got an assembler’s job (at $3 /hour) with a newly purchased GMP company call Adams Equipment Company. Located in a separate building about 3 miles away from the GMP factory, I worked there for about 10 years until they consolidated into one location. Doing the math, I’ll be here 48 years as of this September.

3. What is your favorite part about working for GMP? / What has been your favorite project so far?
For me, every day
is an adventure. As one co-employee asks me what my hobby project is going to be for the day.

No favorites, I like them all.

4. What’s something most people don’t know about you?
Earned my first Amateur Radio license in 1968 and hold an extra class license with the callsign WI3Z