Murray Percival’s Longest Tenured Employee to Retire after 22 Years


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The Murray Percival Company, the leading supplier to the Midwest's electronics industry, announces the retirement of Mr. Fred Binggeli, a highly valued team member, and the company’s longest tenured employee.

Fred joined the Murray Percival Company in 1997 and has been an integral part of its growth and success throughout the industry. After working for Alpha Metals/Fry Metals (currently MacDermid Alpha), a company that Murray Percival still proudly represents today, Fred joined the Murray Percival Company and has had an impressive career. In his 22 years supporting the southern Ohio, southern Indiana and northern Kentucky territories, Fred has racked up some impressive stats including 57 trade shows attended, 147 accounts serviced, 480,000+ miles driven (including only two accidents), 1,928 relationships built, and 578 pieces of equipment sold.

“It has been an amazing experience working with an individual with so much class,” commented Murray Percival Jr. “Fred would put our customers first and was always willing to support our employees and principals to find the best solution. Thanks Freddie, you will be greatly missed!”

Everyone at the Murray Percival Co. as well as all members of the Electronics Manufacturing Industry would like to thank Fred for his years of hard work and support. Good luck in your retirement Fred!

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