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Dennis Stacey, our Vice President and Plant Manager, will celebrate 30 years with the Company today, February 14.  Over that time, Dennis has seen the Company grow from a very small plastics injection-molding business, making parts for automotive customers, to a 30 person injection molder and extrusion business, making proprietary parts only for our own chain of distributors.  Dennis is responsible for all aspects of plant operations, including product quality, production standards, worker safety, and building, machine and tooling maintenance, etc.  Over the years, he has also been responsible for new product development which begins with his drawings on a drafting table or CAD, and ends with completed product testing in our factory.  The 2" HD chain was one of Dennis' many product ideas, as is the snap reflector, and he is now working on the launch of our latest new product, the X-Treme Duty Stanchion (see article left).

 

Dennis is originally from British Colombia, has lived in Alaska, and enjoys hunting, fishing, riding his Harley, and spending time with his wife, children and granddaughter. He lives in Copemish. MI.
 

Written by Alex Bower — February 14, 2013

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Trish Kipnis:

Congratulations Dennis!

February 14 2013 at 02:02 PM

Maree Mulvoy:

Congratulations, Dennis! And, it seems inadequate for 30 years of dedication, but Thank You!

February 14 2013 at 02:02 PM

Terry:

Congratulations, Dennis! What an accomplishment for you, and an asset to Mr. Chain! Thank you.

February 14 2013 at 02:02 PM

Emily Kornegay:

Congratulations Dennis! What a long and accomplished career at MR Products. Here’s to another 30 years!

February 14 2013 at 03:02 PM

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