Micro-Coax’s First Hired Employee Celebrates 50 Years with Company
Lloyd Deery was hired in 1963 by parent company Uniform Tubes, Inc.
January 02, 2013, 2013 (Pottstown, Pa.) – Lloyd Deery of Pottstown recently celebrated his 50th year with Micro-Coax, the company announced. Deery was hired by Micro-Coax’s parent company — Uniform Tubes, Inc. — in January of 1963 and was instrumental in getting the Micro-Coax division up and running. He has held multiple positions in his tenure and works today in extrusion as a part-time employee. The company celebrated Deery’s 50th anniversary during a recent employee meeting. “Lloyd has been a valuable employee over the years and serves as our institutional memory,” Micro-Coax President and CEO Chris Kniezys said. “Micro-Coax is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year and to have our first employee still aboard and contributing is a rare thrill.”
Celebrating its 50th anniversary, Micro-Coax is a worldwide leader providing design expertise for radio frequency (RF) and microwave transmission line products and composite EMI shielding materials. Serving the space, military, test & measurement, telecommunications and aviation markets, Micro-Coax products have earned a reputation for the highest reliability in the toughest environments. A broad technology base allows Micro-Coax to quickly respond to customer needs with an innovative combination of coaxial cables, connectors, cable assemblies and EMI shielding materials. For more information, visit www.micro-coax.com.