Glenn Korecky Celebrates 40 years at Meyer Tool!
February 20, 2023
Servicing national laboratories, research universities and other advanced industries is not easy. Each project Meyer Tool receives comes a new series of challenges requiring our experienced team to work together to succeed. Completing these complex projects would not be possible without out Glenn Korecky, and he is happy to tackle them head on.
In 1983 Glenn started his career at Meyer Tool as a technician polishing, assembling, and testing components. 40 years later, Glenn has contributed so much more to the Meyer Tool family and, therefore, the world around us. Glenn has played a crucial role using his expertise to train new employees and the lead our technician team through assembling some of the most complex scientific research experiments in the world; a few notable ones include CERN’s large Hadron Collider and Fermilab’s Tevatron.
We asked Glenn why he’s stayed at Meyer Tool for the last 40 years, “The one offs and prototypes. I always thought those were the best part” Being a specialty fabrication shop, something new comes through our doors every day and that’s what caught Glenn’s attention at a young age. The work itself is what started Glenn’s career, but our family values are what kept here. “Frank (Founder of Meyer Tool) always took care of me and Eileen (President of Meyer Tool) does the same. places like this are hard to come by.” said Glenn
During a time when employees switch jobs more than ever before, Meyer Tool is proud to be the type of company where employees can enjoy growing their career for over 40 years. We have additional employees following at 20, 30, and now 40 years of service and consider it a massive accomplishment. We truly are a learning organization where employees can be challenged for a lifetime solving various complex fabrication issues, while enjoying the sense of fulfillment that accompanies seeing these designs come to life. Our strength is in our people, and Glenn is a prime example. Meyer Tool owes a great deal of thanks to Glenn for his role in Building the Impossible!