Dustin G. Frea: Assembly/Repair Technician
INFONETICS is pleased to announce the promotion of Dustin G. Frea to lead Assembly/Repair Technician.
Dustin successfully graduated from Bishop Ready High School this past June, much to the amazement and surprise of his parents. (Just kidding, they knew it was going to happen.) Dustin now spends mornings here at INFONETICS, working on getting your repairs and new equipment back to you as soon as possible. Working closely with Greg, David & Wade, he is quickly moving up into the top levels of our service department.
But no, that isn’t enough for Dustin. In the evenings, Dustin works as a Certified Aquatic Facility Operator for the City of Grove City, at the local pool. Dustin plans to attend The Ohio State University, where he wants to study political science, and possibly move into business.
Tamela L. McGraw: Marketing Specialist
INFONETICS is pleased to announce Tamela L. McGraw has joined the INFONETICS staff as Marketing Specialist.
Tammy’s strong background in accounting and public relations serve INFONETICS well in her role as Jacklyn-of-all-trades. She splits her time between marketing to STAFDA (Specialty Tool And Fastener Distributors Association) members and handling special administrative projects. In her off time, she balances her time between attending Capital University part-time, attending daughter’s extracurricular activities in karate and softball, practicing her pool skills, and spending time with her husband and two children.
Congratulations goes out to Tammy, as she attends Capital University part-time and was recently inducted into the Psi Chi International Honor Society in March of this year. She was also elected Vice President of the local Psi Chi Chapter and begins her duties as Vice President beginning fall semester. Congratulations Tamela, the hard work is paying off!
Wade V. H. Pinkston: PC/Network Technician
INFONETICS is pleased to announce Wade V.H. Pinkston has joined the staff at INFONETICS as PC/Network Technician.
Wade started life as a small child with an insect in one hand and a screwdriver in the other. After getting his Masters degree at The Ohio State University in Entomology (that’s bugs for the rest of us) he traded his love of multi-legged bugs in for his love of computer bugs. Now he helps out in the tech support department, where he’s still squashing bugs.
When Wade is not in front of a computer he can usually be found at an Ice Rink cheering for his daughters hockey team or taking pucks to the face in net for his own teams. Wow what a diverse guy!