Richard Felker – Engineering ManagerRick has over 25 years of product, process and quality management experience. He has 20 years of experience running Engineering / Quality departments for both large and mid-size OEMs, such as Ney Dental International, Midcom, Martin Engineering, Actaris US Gas, Inc.He also has 10 years of Quality systems management experience guiding firms through the implementation of ISO 9001, Lean and/or Six Sigma certified systems while significantly improving the operational efficiency of manufacturing and service providers. He holds a BS in Manufacturing Technology from Indiana State University and multiple certificates in TQM/Lean Manufacturing from both California State and the University of California.Frank Dorr – Inside Sales ManagerFrank came to VEMAS in 2004. He brings 22+ years of Electronics Design/Manufacturing/Test experience with a specific focus related to Quality Product Test activities and the development of custom test equipment to support this endevor. Frank came to VEMAS from Goodrich Corp(18 yrs), Vergennes, VT and LTX Corp(6 yrs), Westwood, MA. Frank has served VEMAS in various capacities as Engineering Manager, Manufacturing Manager and now brings his technical background to the to Sales and Customer Support arena. He holds a BSEE from Northeastern University.
Police are on the hunt for two men and a woman who relieved taxi driver Dellon Skellekie of his motorcar, PVV 9742, in the wee hours of Friday at Diamond, East Bank Demerara.Skellekie, of Diamond Housing Scheme, East Bank Demerara, was also beaten to his face during the ordeal.Skellekie’s vehicle had reportedly been parked at the Diamond Car Park when he was approached by the three persons with a request to be taken to Third Avenue, Diamond New Housing Scheme, EBD.One of the men reportedly sat in the front seat while the woman and the other man were seated at the back.Upon reaching the requested destination, the front seat passenger whipped out a gun from his waist and dealt the taxi driver one blow to his face. The trio then ordered the man out of his motorcar, and without hesitation, he complied.The carjackers made good their escape with Skellekie’s Toyota motorcar valued at $2.5 million, and with $12,000 in cash along with his driver’s licence and National Identification Card. The matter was reported, and the Police are currently reviewing CCTV footage taken from a nearby property as investigations continue.