Sanderson MacLeod honored 16 employees at the company’s Annual Service Awards Banquet held May 5 including six employees who have been with the company for 30+ years.Every year, Sanderson MacLeod holds the event which includes dinner and the awards ceremony. All employees who have been with the company for at least five years are invited along with retirees. Service awards are given to employees in five-year increments and this year the following employees received awards.
45 Years: Raymond Stockwell
40 Years: Brenda Manning
35 Years: Beverly Raymond, Pamela Sisco, Susan Taylor
30 Years: Aldea Yelle
25 Years: Susan Horton, Charlotte Maxfield, Deborah Pelletier, Jody Sawyer
20 Years: Deborah Palmer, Dee Rice
10 Years: John Arbour, Michael Labossiere
5 Years: Theresa Strobel, William Twining
“We are so fortunate to have such a committed and loyal workforce,” said Eric Sanderson, Owner and CEO, “and it gives us great pleasure to honor our long time employees.”
Mark Borsari, President of Sanderson MacLeod, added: “We are very proud to have so many long term employees. It is rare these days to have the opportunity to honor people who have been serving the same organization for 35, 40 and 45 years. The knowledge, experience and dedication of these individuals are critical to our overall success.”
Sanderson MacLeod is a world leader in the manufacturing of twisted wire brushes. The company was founded in Palmer in 1958 by Ken Sanderson and Bruce MacLeod and now employs more than 100 people in a state-of-the-art facility on South Main Street.