I came to ISI pretty much right out of high school and stayed for the next 23 years. I've bounced around departments a bit which has given me a pretty wide skill set around the shop. I started out working in Field Service, where I would work doing repairs and also installs. From there, I
transitioned into working in the Shipping Department for a while, then back to Field Service, then eventually to Assembly and finally here in Upholstery. In the Upholstery Department I mainly work on the assembly of the products and do a lot of sewing as
Be true to your word and your work and your friends...
-John Boyle O'Reilly
well. My job responsibilities in my department vary day by day. Finishing up a job, crossing it off the board, and moving on to the next task is the best part of my job. Who doesn't like a sense of accomplishment?
It's nice to have that here on regular basis. It's definitely a fast paced and progressive environment to work in. There's never a dull moment, in fact there really hasn't been one in 23 years.
It seems like there isn't much time anymore between work and sleep for me, but when I do get a second to relax, I am usually helping out over at my mom or sisters house.
I'm into rock music. I find myself shopping around on eBay every once and a while, and I wish I had the time to travel more.