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Levesque Joins Glass Doctor
Glass Doctor Corporation recently added Frank R. Levesque as its franchise systems manager. Levesque will bring 35 years of technical experience to Glass Doctor. Frank is key to making Glass Doctor not only succeed, but also excel in superior service to our customers nationwide, said Robert Tunmire, president of Glass Doctor.
Steffke Joins Collex
Fischer and Stone Promoted at PPG
PPG Industries Huntsville, AL, aircraft products business named Wayne Fischer global sales and marketing manager for military transparencies and Prist products, an aviation product line. M. Anthony Stone succeeded Fischer as global sales and marketing manager for airline aftermarket sales of windshields and windows.
Fischer is responsible for the sale of military windshields; windows and canopies; and Prist products in his new position. Stone is responsible for worldwide aftermarket sales of PPG windshields and windows to airlines.
Essex Names Bhat Manager of Market and Technology Development
Dr. Shailesh Bhat has been named market and technology development manager for Dayton, OH-based Essex ARG. His responsibilities will include all automotive replacement glazing, technology development, research and development and technical services management and activities relating to new product development.
Bhat was responsible for domesticating and commercializing the Betaseal U-216 two-component urethane adhesive.
Stanley Takes Over Guardian Account
Glass Technology of Durango, CO, announced that Bill Stanley will take over account management responsibilities for the Guardian account. Phil Lemler, executive vice president of the company, says Stanley will have ... responsibility to ensure that Guardian, GlassGuard and their customers receive the same ... products and services that we are known for worldwide. Talent sHOWCASE
Auto Glass Installer Plays in International Piano CompetitionGreg Fisher, an auto glass installer and glazier for AAA Edmund Glass & Mirror in Edmund, OK, recently competed in the first International Piano Competition for Outstanding Amateurs, which was sponsored by the Van Cliburn Foundation. The competition, held at Texas Christian University in Ft. Worth, TX, drew 92 piano amateurs. Fisher has been studying the piano since he was eight years old, according to his mother, Marlene. Hes played since he was little, but quit about 13 years ago. He just started playing again seven months ago, she said. Even with only a seven-month refresher, he made it to the semi-finalsone of only 16 people. Due to his performance, the Ft. Worth Orchestra asked him to accompany them at a concert held during the latter part of June. Fisher has a bachelors degree in music from the University of Missouri.
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