New Personnel Announced at Morse Industries

Tami St. John was recently promoted to customer support manager at Morse Industries, a national supplier of architectural metals and railing.

St. John started with Morse Industries 12 years ago as an office manager and then moved into sales. This newly created position will help the company further increase its customer service capabilities.

Sandy Paulsen has joined Morse as sales executive. Paulsen has worked in the metals industry since 1979 and has over 20 years of experience in sales and customer service. Her primary responsibilities will include proactively responding to inquiries and helping new customers find products to meet their needs.

Finally, Mark Aprill has joined Morse as a railing specialist. Aprill has six years experience in environmental contracting and medical sales. He has a technical background and will concentrate his efforts on railing products and applications.

600450 New Personnel Announced at Morse Industries
Date: 15 October 2002
Source: GlassDigest Magazine

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