Colonial Saw adds new team members in Massachusetts and California
October 28, 2020 | 8:52 am CDT
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Colonial Saw is making its customer service team and skilled technicians a top priority. Three new members joined the company, in both Massachusetts and California locations.

Eddie Morales has been hired as a service tech in their West Coast office in Ontario, California. Morales was a member of the Woodworking Career Alliance (WCA) training program at Fontana High and worked as cabinet assembler and installer at a shop in Southern California before joining Colonial Saw. Morales is currently attending Chaffey College at night working toward his associate’s degree in Industrial Electrical Technology, after training with the company’s senior technicians and helping customers during the day. He is bilingual, speaking Spanish and English.

Greig Pellecione recently returned to Colonial Saw as warehouse manager, continuing his three years of service after a stint at the U.S. Naval base in Newport, Rhode Island. With 25 years of management experience, his work in the Colonial Saw East warehouse keeps parts and other inventory organized ensuring that orders can be shipped quickly. He also ensures the proper management of Colonial Saw’s large grinding machinery and Striebig saws, safely and securely seeing to their intake in Massachusetts and shipments to customers.

With 18 years of experience in the manufacturing and machinery industry, Adam Yuschak joins the company to fill the role of engineering and service manager. Yuschak is a journeyman toolmaker and his skill set includes machinery design and repair, CNC operation and programming, CAD/CAM and mechanical engineering, process development, and strong working knowledge of the latest tooling technologies. His experience in field machinery service makes him a valuable addition to our team of techs.

Colonial Saw added these three team members to ensure that customers get the best from sales, to service, repairs, machine installations, training, and continued support over the life of their purchase. http://www.colonialsaw.com

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