1987 Fall V 34 N 4

LINDBERGH WELCOMES NEW EMPLOYEES

Craig Wilson                                                                                                                               Shauna Campbell    

Craig Wilson has been hired as Jr. Project Engineer. Craig, his parents, brother, and sister moved to Edmon­ton from Ottawa when Craig was 10 years old. He graduated from the University of Alberta in April 1986 as a Chemical Engineer. He is now ad­justing to small town living in Elk Point but does miss the advantages of city conveniences and entertain­ment. His leisure hours are spent wind surfing, golfing, and in the winter, cross country and downhill skiing.

 

Shauna Campbell has been employed as Receptionist. Shauna, her parents, and two brother moved from Edmonton to Elk Point when she was a child. She attended Alber­ta College to study Secretarial Arts. Shauna enjoys horseback riding, water skiing, parasailing and slow pitch.

OBITUARY

George Krissa, retired Packaging Supervisor, passed away September 14, 1987. George was one of the original employees at Lindbergh Works. He was employed with the construction firm, which built the Lindbergh Plant, and then joined our Company to begin actual pro­duction. He was employed January 2, 1948 until his retirement on June 1, 1983.

Our deepest sympathy to George's wife, Maude and their family.

OUR LOSS IS WINDSOR'S  GAIN

Jim Vincent, Project Engineer, has been transferred to the Windsor location. Jim, we wish you and Nicky all the very best at your new location.

   FAREWELL TO  DARLENE ARNDT

Darlene (receptionist) has decided to work at home instead of the of­fice. We wish Darlene a very happy EARLY retirement.

LINDBERGH WORKS

by: Jim Vincent

The Windsor Beaver baseball team had a very successful season with the teams first year in inter-community calibre competition. The Windsor Beavers succeeded in challenging the more experienced teams until elimitation in semi-final playoff action. The team and coaching staff wish to convey a special thanks to Lindbergh Works for the uniform sponsorship and to the Edmonton Sales Office for the ball caps. The blue and whites were displayed proudly by team members.

FRONT (L-R): Tim Chalmers, Aaron McClelland, Gene Lee, Roger Smith, Tyson Staf­ford, Kelly Harms, Jeff Lypka, Jason Pankiw.

BACK (L-R): Pete Stafford (Coach), Brian McClelland (Trainer), Jim Vincent (Assistant Coach).

MISSING: Darren Poitras, Curtis Aubee, Scott Lucas, Bruce Nelson.