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Tomlinson Industries Announces Key Promotions

January 04, 2018 Industry News
Industry News

Tomlinson Industries announced the promotion of Michael Meyer to Vice President of Engineering. Prior to his promotion, Meyer served as Tomlinson’s Director of Engineering. As Vice President of Engineering, Michael Meyer will oversee engineering functions, product development, and Tomlinson’s maintenance department, and will also coordinate technical requirements for Tomlinson’s manufacturing facilities. 

Meyer has worked at Tomlinson Industries in various roles over the course of 40 years. He holds a Bachelors degree in Marketing from Miami University of Ohio.

“We’re excited to apply Michael Meyer’s engineering and process expertise to our engineering, product development, maintenance, and technical support processes at Tomlinson Industries,” says Tomlinson’s president Michael Figas.

Founded in 1911, Tomlinson Industries is a leading manufacturer of quality equipment for the water, beverage and foodservice industries.

Tomlinson Industries also announced the promotion of Sheri Getchell to Vice President of Human Resources and Administration. Prior to her promotion, Getchell served as Tomlinson’s Director of Human Resources. As Vice President of Human Resources and Administration, Sheri Getchell will oversee human resources, administrative, and accounting functions at Tomlinson Industries.

Getchell has worked at Tomlinson Industries in various roles over the course of 27 years. She holds her Bachelors of Science in Business Administration with a Human Resources concentration from Miami University of Ohio and a Masters degree in Business Administration from John Carroll University.

“Sheri has been an invaluable asset to Tomlinson Industries throughout the past 27 years.  We’re thrilled to see her current human resources and administration responsibilities grow to include accounting functions,” Figas says.

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