STI Recognizes Donna Taylor’s 20-Year Anniversary


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STI Electronics, Inc., a full service organization providing training services, training materials, analytical/failure analysis, prototyping, and small-to-medium volume contract PCB assembly, announces Donna Taylor’s 20-year anniversary. Taylor’s anniversary was celebrated with a cake shared with all of her colleagues at STI. In recognition of this significant milestone, David Raby, President/CEO, presented Taylor with a certificate in appreciation of her 20­­ years of dedicated service, a check and a bonus to her paid vacation. Taylor also will receive a dedicated parking space.

As the receptionist, Taylor is responsible for ensuring a pleasant experience for all customers who visit or contact STI.   

“When it comes to achieving customer satisfaction, Donna­­’s pleasant demeanor is the first thing the customer is exposed to,” said Diana Bradford, Vice President, Operations/Training Resources. “With Donna manning the front desk and phones, STI is ensured that the first impression of the customer will be a positive one.”

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