Career changes at Kannegiesser: Casey Lott; Sascha Nagel and Robert Douglass.
Casey moved from the Systems Performance Team to Technical Marketing Coordinator.
A graduate of UW-Stout, I’m a serious free lance photographer and I’ve held marketing roles in various organizations. After great experiences as an installer and on the Systems Performance Team, I am excited to take the new position of Technical Marketing Coordinator.
I look forward to supporting our marketing efforts in a number of ways, including assisting with system manuals, product documentation, training documentation, photography and videos, parts catalogue, controls documentation support, and new product implementation.
Sacha moved from Parts Analyst to IST Project Coordinator.
Originally from Saarlouis, Germany, I moved to the U.S. at the age of 7 (1992) and lived in Seattle before moving to Texas in 1999. I enjoy spending time with my 1-year old son, reading, and exercising.
I started with Kannegiesser ETECH in September of 2015. Prior to that, I worked for a rubber roller manufacturing plant for 12 years, starting out running manual lathes and working my way up to Order Entry/Outsource Manager. I am currently enrolled at The University of Texas at Arlington and I am a few semesters shy of my Mechanical Engineering Degree.
Robert moved from Service Coordinator to Parts Analyst.
I originally started off in the Financial Brokerage industry. After 6 years I transitioned into Information Technology. I have almost 20 years in the IT Industry and look forward to applying the skills I’ve learned to the parts analyst position.
When I’m not working, you will find me at the farm enjoying the great outdoors. My hobbies include photography and flying!
For more information, visit the company’s web site: Kannegiesser ETECH