VEMAS Management Team Bolstered

first_imgRichard 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.last_img read more

Cornell dominates in IMCA Atomicwraps.com Empire State Series win

first_imgDUNDEE, N.Y. (May 20) – James Cornell took the lead just before midway and cruised to the checkers in winning Friday’s Atomicwraps.com Empire State Series feature at Outlaw Speedway.The Xtreme Motor Sports IMCA Modified tour victory paid $500 and was the career fourth for Cornell, the 2014 series champion.The 25-lap feature event saw a caution fly on the initial start of the race but that was the only yellow of the night. Cornell was dominant late in the race, extending his lead to more than a straightaway in lapped traffic.Matt Cole, winner of the tour opener at Five Mile Point Speedway, charged to second late in the event in a great battle with Eddie Sites and Brad Sites who finished third and fourth, respectively.Jake Maynard made his first Outlaw Speedway start of the season and brought his number 69 home with a top five finish.Feature results – 1. James Cornell; 2. Matt Cole; 3. Eddie Sites; 4. Brad Sites; 5. Jake Maynard; 6. Tyler Stoddard; 7. Shawn Bruce; 8. Rodney Morgan; 9. Phil Yaw; 10. Brandon Smith; 11. Mike Stoddard; 12. Ray McClure; 13. Billy Ward; 14. Scott Sebring; 15. Sparky Hills; 16. Jeff Austin; 17. Beau Ballard; 18. Will Ward; 19. Gary Roberts; 20. Keith Lamphere; 21. Rich Karlnoski; 22. Tony Harris; 23. Brad Smith; 24. Bob Maynard
.Heat race winners were Eddie Sites, Cornell and Will Ward.last_img read more