Ebersole, Fosnaugh celebrate 20 years of service at Micropulse
(Talk of the Town photo provided) Below, Carrie Ebersole and John Fosnaugh are celebrating 20 years of service at Micropulse, Inc. in Whitley County.
Micropulse, Inc., a leader in the medical device manufacturing industry is recognizing two employees for their dedication and service to the company.
Carrie Ebersole and John Fosnaugh both joined Micropulse on June 7, 1993, and are celebrating 20 years with the company. They both started through the Columbia City High School Student Co-op Educational Program.
Carrie Ebersole has worn many hats at Micropulse. She started as an administrative assistant and worked her way through accounting, purchasing, and shipping/receiving. She is currently employed as the shared operations manager, where she is responsible for production support in cleaning, passivation, shipping, materials management and document control.
John Fosnaugh started at Micropulse as a CNC machinist. He has worked in many departments over the years, including CNC machining and automation assembly. He is currently employed as a maintenance technician, where he is responsible for managing various equipment and facilities maintenance activities.
Micropulse is thankful for Ebersole and Fosnaugh's commitment and service and is honoring them by making a charitable contribution in their name to BABE of Whitley County and the Whitley County Humane Society.
Micropulse provides development and manufacturing solutions for instruments, implants, and sterilization cases for all market segments of the orthopedic industry.
Micropulse is committed to being a leader in the medical device manufacturing industry by creating high value for our customers through highly skilled people and the latest technology, all supported by an organization built on foundational values of quality and integrity.
For more information about Micropulse, visit www.micropulseinc.com