New General Manager Appointed At Ennis Houston Facility
Press release from the issuing company
11/20/03 -- Ennis brings in new talent to run their Houston facility. The appointment of Steve Reifel to the General Manager position at the Ennis-Houston plant has come as no surprise to those who know him and who have worked with him.
From a small town in Indiana to big-city Houston, Steve has come a long way since the beginning of his career. Over the years, he has worked his way up at companies such as Atlas Sound, American Home Star and Freightliner Corporation.
Mr. Reifel has been with Ennis now for almost five years holding various positions at the Ennis, TX plant, including Maintenance Supervisor, Imprint Production Supervisor, Continuous Press Room Supervisor and Safety, Cost Savings and Special Projects Manager. Throughout his time with Ennis, Steve has gained extensive knowledge of the industry and the company and has also proven to be a very driven person with impeccable motivation and leadership skills. He will definitely excel in his newest role as General Manager of the Houston facility.
When asked about his new position, Steve had this to say, "I am looking forward to the challenges ahead and enthusiastic about becoming part of the Houston team."
"We have complete confidence that under Steve’s guidance and leadership the Houston facility is certain to advance and grow within their region," remarked Brian Thorpe, Business Unit Director of Ennis.
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