- Paul Keressi retired from Crane Aerospace & Electronics Friday, May 11, after 46 years of service.
- While still in high school, Paul skipped a day of school and applied for work at Lear Siegler. He was hired to work on a temporary basis after school, taking inventory in the stockroom.
- With his hard work, Paul impressed his supervisor and was offered a full time job when he graduated.
- Keressi started his first job on June 23, 1965 in the deburring department making $2.64 an hour. Kressi held this position until February 1974 when he was moved to the Heat Treat Department. Paul has worked in the Heat Treat Department for the past 38 years.
- Keressi has made a lot of friends during his 46 years and has seen many changes in the plant operation, however, as Keressi stated, “the more things change; the more they stay the same.”
- Keressi and his wife, Patricia, have also been married for 46 years. They have four children and seven grandchildren. Paul owns a motor home and enjoys camping each summer at Cedar Point Amusement Park and the Lorain County Fair. During his retirement, he and Patricia would like to use the motor home and travel on “Route 66”.
- Crane Aerospace & Electronics would like to congratulate Paul on this service and retirement!
(From left to right: Paul Keressi, Jay Higgs and Amir Shahravar)
(Jay Higgs congratulates Paul Keressi on his retirement)