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Celebrating Working Anniversaries

Finding good employees is challenging for any business.  Keeping good employees is another thing.  Duplicator Sales & Service and Derby City Litho take pride in retaining quality employees as reflected in our working anniversaries for the months of December, January and February.  As always, we are appreciative of our wonderful workforce and are amazed at what they do. Kudos to our following employees:

Looking Forward to April - National Humor Month

... (And we could all use a good chuckle these days).

It’s long been known that “laughter is the best medicine” and today, more than ever, we all need to find a little humor wherever we can.  It’s no surprise that since the onset of the coronavirus, there is increased anxiety among us all.  So, let’s look at how important laughter is, especially during these trying times.

Superstar Tim King!

Tim has been with the company for over 23 years and in that time he has never disappointed.  He serviced faxes when they were a hot commodity and then progressed to multifunctional machines, specifically color.   He is now a key member of our 3rd Floor where he checks out new machines but also works in the field when necessary.

In whatever capacity he is used, he is a very thorough, dependable and versatile employee.  Congratulations, Tim, on a job well done!

Proper/Safe Equipment Cleaning

In the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic, many customers have inquired about tips for sanitizing your equipment. We have been advised by our trusted partners that the following sanitation measures are acceptable:

  • Isopropyl alcohol wipes
  • Most antibacterial/disinfectant wipes
  • Most antibacterial/disinfectant sprays*

*For sprays, use a soft, lint free cloth. Moisten it with spray and wipe down the screen and panels. Do not spray directly onto the device (this can damage internal components) or use paper towels (they may scratch screens).

Come Celebrate!

The annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Louisville, always the Saturday before March 17th, will take place this year on March 14th.  Some locals have gone so far as to label it “the greatest parade of all time!”

A New Addition ...

Meet our new Fast Track Coordinator in Elizabethtown, Kaitlyn Morse.  A graduate of Campbellsville University, Kaitlyn graduated with a degree in Psychology and a minor in Art.  She is married and has a 10-month-old baby boy (with red hair) named Oliver.  Worth mentioning, she also has an identical twin sister!

Kaitlyn likes to play the ukulele and enjoys knitting and baking.  A big welcome aboard to Kaitlyn!!

Above and Beyond

In her role as Human Resources Manager, Sarah is always willing to assist with any issue an employee may have.  She consistently looks to be fair to both the company and the employees’ interests.

As most of us know, health insurance today can be complex, to say the least, and Sarah goes the extra mile to get issues resolved to the satisfaction of all concerned.  From serving on the Employee Safety Committee to her many HR duties, you can trust that she is always looking to do things the right way.

Congratulations, Sarah, on a job well done!

Welcome back, Bill Carter!

A big welcome back to Bill Carter, a former long-time field technician who was with the company for over 26 years.  Bill has recently taken on the position of Senior Recon/Set-up Technician on the Third Floor.  He has been gone for over two years now and we are delighted he has found his way back to us.

To catch everyone up on Bill, he is a very busy person with a total of nine grandkids and another little one on the way.  Needless to say, he loves spending time with the kiddos and is just happy overall to be part of the Duplicator family again.  Welcome back, Bill!

A Sign of Spring

The official poster for the Kentucky Derby Festival rolled off the presses early this morning at Derby City Litho, a sister company of Duplicator Sales & Service.  Behind the masterpiece is local artist Casey McKinney.  Through his use of bold colors, he captures the popular Derby festivities like the Balloon Race, Thunder Over Louisville and, of course, the Run for the Roses in his “Pegasus in Bloom” piece.

Meet the New Girl!

Please meet Loren Wallace, our new seasonal employee in Shipping and Receiving.  Loren already has close ties with the company as her mother is Sherri Wallace in the Service Department.

She will be with us until the first part of August where, soon thereafter, she will attend the Ramp School of Ministry in Hamilton, Alabama.  From there she aspires to become a youth pastor or concentrate on missionary work. 

Loren is very artistic and loves to paint by oil, water color and/or pencil.  She also likes to read and bake and wants to someday get her scuba diving license.

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