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Kowal Retires After 32 Years.

Kondex Purchasing Agent Rosanne Kowal recently retired from the Company after 32 years of service. Kowal began her career in the Packaging Department where she boxed sickle sections used in agricultural equipment. A few months later, she transferred to a machine operator role, and approximately two years into her tenure she started in the Purchasing Department. In the last 30 years, Kowal has helped establish numerous supplier relationships and business expectations.
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Wessing Re-Elected to AG Sector Board.

Kondex Corporation President Jim Wessing was recently re-elected as a Director of the AG Sector Board of the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM), the North American-based international trade group for the off-road equipment manufacturing industry (agriculture, construction, forestry, mining, and other sectors). Wessing is 1 of 10 appointed executives.
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Lego League to Leaders: Using Robotics to Problem Solve.

Kewaskum Middle School is using the FIRST Lego League competition to help students learn about robotics, and more importantly, global issues. FIRST Lego League is a worldwide organization that holds an annual competition centered around a different theme. This year’s theme, hydro dynamics, challenged students to improve the way people find, transport, use, or dispose of water – including that for drinking, recreation, or commercial/industrial use. Each team was tasked with building and programming a Lego Mindstorm robot, which needed to autonomously traverse a predesigned field, perform tasks, and return to “base” – the starting area on the field. Kewaskum Middle School had 11 students who participated in a regional tournament at Appleton East High School on November 4th.
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