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Recent Deaths

  • February 2021
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Craig Hartman
Craig Hartman, 69, of Salt Lake City, Utah, passed away on December 20. Craig was the vice president of engineering at Energy Management Corp. He is survived by his wife, Marcia Hartman;  siblings, Marilyn Petty (Steve), and Bart; children, Jacob (Cyntia), Mandy Larsen (Nick) and Hope (Jason); step-children Zachary Ritter (Invidia), Meredith Neff (Justin) and Whitney White (Eric); and several grandchildren.

Mary Horner
Mary Horner, 98, of Indianapolis, Indiana, passed away on January 3. She was the co-founder and chair of the board of Horner Electric, the parent company of Horner Industrial Group. She is survived by her sons, Philip (Maria) and Alan (Linda); and many grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

Mary Jean Parker Redmond
Mary Jean Parker Redmond, 74, of West Monroe, Louisiana, passed away on December 22. She was the co-owner of Ouachita Electric in West Monroe. She is survived by her husband, M. J. “Billy” Redmond; children, Joey (Beverly), Shannon (Rosemary) and Jennifer McLeod; and several grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

Martin Rigsbee, Sr.
EASA has recently learned that Martin Rigsbee, Sr., 85, of Durham, North Carolina, passed away on March 13. He was the founder of Southern Electric Motor Co., Inc., in Durham. He is survived by his children, Martin Jr. (Jill), Richard (Janet), Jonathan (Jane) and Elizabeth Clemmons; and several grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

Wallace Snow
Wallace Snow, 85, of Catlett, Virginia, passed away on December 8. He was the founder of Manassas Electric Motor Co., Inc., in Manassas, Virginia. He is survived by his wife, Dorothy; sons Robert (Pamela), Scott (Mae) and William (Tracy); sister, Nancy; stepdaughter, Colleen; and several grandchildren.

Bennie Joe Tomecek
Bennie Joe Tomecek, 75, of Saldo, Texas, passed away on Thursday, December 17. He was the founder of Tomecek Electric Motor Repair in Taylor, Texas. He is survived by his wife, Bonnie; children, Terrill (Irene) and Wendy Nattin; brother, Mike (Karen); and many grandchildren, great-grandchildren and step-grandchildren.

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Currents Archive

Currents - September 2021

Currents - September 2021Highlights in this issue:

  • Chairman Bieber: Recalibrate for a Fresh Perspective
  • Mitigating Risk with Insulation Systems
  • Discovering New Growth Opportunities Through Diversification
  • Attend EASA's Technical Webinars for Free
  • Announcing the 2022 FREE Webinar Lineup
  • Participate in EASA's Upcoming Seminars
  • EASA Sales Skills Development Workshop - Nov. 5-6, 20221 - St. Louis, MO
  • EASA Online Sales Training Program
  • AC Motor Verification & Redesign and Motor Rewind Data Software Updated
  • EASA Tips
    • Marketing Tip: The 80/20 Rule
    • Tech Tip: Span of Pitch - Which is Correct?
    • Safety Tip: Welding Gases & LPG Cylinders
  • New Allied Member
  • New Active Members
  • Associate Member Roundup
  • Recent Death: Michael G. Pence

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