Another well-earned retirement has come to a stalwart of Videology with Paul Marien`s retirement announcement, capping a 40+ year-long career. Join us to wish Paul Marien well and thank him for his years of dedicated service and support to Videology. Paul has been more than just an inside sales representative for many of our clients and for us inside of Videology.
Paul has been the "go-to" support person for Videology Photo ID cameras and many of our other products. He has been sourcing many of the hard-to-find lenses through his unique ways. Paul has an almost encyclopedic knowledge of our product line, especially the older legacy analog cameras. Paul has earned this well-deserved retirement after more than 40 years of professional career. As a US Airforce veteran, we salute his services as well. His impact on Videology will surely be missed.
Tom Giglia, Videology's Global Sales Director states: "Paul, it has been a pleasure and honor working with you. Your candor, institutional knowledge, and professionalism have always been appreciated. We also thank you for helping transition your accounts to Todd Frau for Eastern North America, Thomas Garcia in Western North America, and our EU team for your global accounts."
We gave Paul a nice send-off close at our office in Mansfield, MA
The entire Videology team will miss you and wishes you the best and relaxed retirement. The peaks of the Whites, the valleys of the Canadian Laurentians, and the Cabot Trail of Halifax are calling your name! Do not forget to drop us a postcard from these new adventures and be proud of all the accomplishments you earned over an illustrious career!
While one Videology veteran retires, another one returns
We would also like to offer a warm "welcome back" to Dennis Sas. Dennis hardly can believe the transformation from the old Videology to the new Videology since the inTEST Acquisition 16 months ago.
From Johan Sheepmaker, Director of Sales and Operations Europe: "I am pleased to announce that Dennis Sas has joined Videology as a Product Support Engineer. He will be working out of our European office in Eindhoven.
Dennis has a history with Videology. He worked for us for a while as support for the engineering department. At that time from our old office in Uden. Now in this new role, he takes on several responsibilities. He will support the engineering department, test products and assist customer service and sales teams in technical questions. He will also assist in the creation and delivery of product documentation for our own manufactured products. Dennis has experience with PPR, so he will play a role there as well. In short, a versatile technical role with a focus on product support."
On behalf of all your old and new colleagues, welcome back Dennis. We wish you success and fun at Videology!