Congratulations to New IPC Hall of Famer Leo Lambert


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Everyone at I-Connect007 would like to congratulate Leo Lambert on his induction into the IPC Raymond E. Pritchard Hall of Fame. As vice president and technical director of EPTAC Corporation, Leo is a staunch advocate for improving technical training, industry standards, and certifications.

He's also an all-around great guy, and a lot of fun to talk with at trade shows. We're all excited for Leo, and we're glad to see him receive this honor after more than four decades of service to this industry. 

Once again, congratulations, Leo!

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