It’s always nice to hear good things about our people from a good customer. Here’s a note we received recently:
I would like to extend my thanks and gratitude to Jean for her dedication and hard work. Each month when we receive invoices from her they are always accurate which makes the payment process very efficient.
Thanks Jean for a great job! We appreciate you.
For our belting field techs, a new Chevy is almost like a new home. Our techs spend a lot of time on the road repairing and installing conveyor systems and components. Here’s one of our newest service vehicles getting a few final touches before heading out to tackle one of those heavy duty industrial jobs.
Staff photo by Teddy Kulmala Wesley Johnson, left, Alejandro Betancur, Kaycee Brown and Elizabeth Matthews, right, place a sheet of metal on the roof of Inez Elam’s Williams Lane home. It is one of several sites that are part of the Salkehatchie Summer Service Sand River camp.
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When he’s not helping customers, Wesley Johnson finds time to help others in need. Wesley has been working at Richmond Supply for the past ten years. For seven of those years he’s volunteered with a church outreach group during the summers repairing homes for those less fortunate. We appreciate Wesley’s commitment to the community and to our company. It’s great to have people like Wesley at Richmond Supply.
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