Congratulations to TPP Apprentice

 

Evan receives a graduation gift from Jim

Everyone at Technical Precision Plastics would like to say congratulations to it’s intern, Evan Brooks.  Evan graduated from Southern Alamance High School last week.  Evan is currently enrolled at Alamance Community College in the Mechatronics program.   The Mechatronics Engineering Technology curriculum prepares students to use basic engineering principles and technical skills in developing and testing automated, servomechanical, and other electromechanical systems.  He will begin attending classes next week for the summer session.  Technical Precision Plastics, Inc. is a member of the Career Accelerator Program (CAP) and is registered with the NC Department of Commerce for Apprenticeship Programs.  Evan is TPP’s first apprentice in the Career Accelerated Program.  Congratulations Evan!

TPP 18th Annual Charity Golf Tournament Results

Technical Precision Plastics would like to thank it’s employees for all of their hard work and preparation, Mike Long and his staff at Mill Creek Golf Club, and all of the golfers that participated in the 2017 TPP Annual Charity Golf Tournament.  The tournament proceeds along with a donation from TPP, the tournament raised over $19,000 dollars to benefit Hospice and Palliative Care Center of Alamance-Caswell.  It was a great time had by all for a great cause.  Thank you.

Congratulations to the winning Teams/Golfers

1st Place Net:  Southland Electrical

Mike McGovern, David Boswell, Cody Guimond, Greg Martin

2nd Place Net:  IndTool

Cameron O’Neal, Steve Fenton, Eric Fenton, Danny O’Neal

3rd Place Net: Alamance Glass

Tommy Vincent, Terry Sawyer, Cindy Sharpe, Ricky Ward

Low Gross: Wicker Services

Randy Ector, Scott Rickard, Tim Apple, Bryan Anderson

Closest to the Pin – Longest Drive and Putting Contest Winners:

Hole # 4:    Brad Deal

Hole # 8:   David Wyscarver

Hole # 13:  Joe Pardue

Hole # 17:  David Wyscarver

Longest Drive (Hole #6):  Sonny Morabito

Putting Contest ($200):  Cindy Sharpe

Half and Half Raffle Winner ($613): Bob Tenney

 

***Tournament dates are set for 2018: April 26th with a rain date of Thursday, May 3rd***

 

At the conclusion of play, the golfers were treated to a special musical performance by the students of Kidznotes.  Kidznotes  is a music for social change program that encourages students,pre-K through 12th grade,in an intense, fully integrated, out-of-school musical program that includes instrumental instruction, choir, music theory, general music, orchestra and band.

Kidznotes instructors, students and Jim

 

TPP would also like to thank Honeybaked Ham Co. for providing lunch, and Hursey’s Bar-B-Q for the post-round meal.

Hursey’s-Bar-B-Q post-round meal

Golfers talking about their round over dinner

TPP 18th Annual Charity Golf Tournament

  It’s time to get your entry form in for the TPP Annual Charity Golf Tournament.  This will be the 18th year for the outing, benefiting  Hospice and Palliative Care of Alamance-Caswell.  The tournament will again be held at Mill Creek Golf Course in Mebane, NC.

Contact Pam Ward, pward@tpp-tmp.com, or Penny Rudd, prudd@tpp-tmp.com, to request an entry form for the tournament.  Thank you for all of your support and contributions to our tournament.

 

Technical Precision Plastics wishes Happy Retirement to Carolyn

Happy Retirement Rose

On Friday, Feb 10th, the TPP family lost one its most beloved members to retirement.  Carolyn Mann, known as Rose to most of her coworkers, retired from Technical Precision Plastics after 16 plus years of service.  She started at TPP in October of 2000.

If you asked anyone to describe Carolyn, they would say that she is ‘angelic’, and the sweetest person they ever met.

Upon leaving, Carolyn sent the following email:

To my TPP Family,

Thank you so much for everything that ya’ll did for me today. The food, the gifts and everyone wearing purple was wonderful.  You made my day so special.  Whenever I tell people that I am retiring they say I am going to love it but I tell them I work with the best people in the world and some awesome friends. Say a prayer for me (and Haywood) as I start this new phase of my life. 

I am going to miss you all so much but I will come by to see you .  I love you all.  Thank you again!!!!!

Jim Piermarini, President/owner wrote:

Carolyn,

“…We all thank you for your dedicated service to TPP.  You’ve been such a pleasure to work with and all of us wish you peace and happiness in retirement.  We hope you come back to visit often!  My best to you and family! ”

We wish Carolyn happiness, success, and good health as she begins this new adventure.

 

 

CANSCULPT for Charity

The student-interns in the Career Accelerator Program (CAP) worked together to participate in the Second Annual Cansculpt.  The event started Feb. 11th and will continue to Feb. 18th at Holly Hill Mall, Burlington, NC.  All canned food collected and used in the displays, will be donated to the Allied Churches of Alamance County’s food pantry.  Technical Precision Plastics’ Evan Brook worked with fellow CAP student-interns to sculpt a race car for the event.

Evan, second from left, with Ryan, Gabe, Justin, Ben, Trevor and Jace, display their race car

Technical Precision Plastics would like to thank its employees that donated cans for the project.  Over 4,500 cans were collected for this display and will be donated to the food pantry.

Congratulations to TPP employees: Rogelio Sosa, Tammy Dawkins, Carolyn Mann, and Crystal Truskowski.  These employees won gift cards for donating to the CANSCULP.

 

 

 

Technical Precision holds 17th Annual Service Awards Celebration Dinner

Date: December 12th, 2016

Location: Grill 584    Burlington, NC

For the past 17 years, Technical Precision Plastics holds an annual awards dinner to recognize the service and accomplishments of its employees from the previous year.  TPP acknowledged 32 employees for perfect attendance along with those celebrating 5, 10, 15, and 20 year anniversaries .  TPP is very proud of its employees and what they do to make Technical Precision what it is today.  Thanks to everyone that worked very hard to make this a great event once again.

5 Year Service Award Recipients

William Cross – Marcia Cuaraque – Adela Lara Gomez – Rufina Arroyo Martinez – Claudio Torres Rodriguez – Patricia Medina Vital

10 Year Service Award Recipients

Scott Amoriello – Carmelia Carbajal – Greg Dito – Armando Garcia – Martha Kirby – Nicolas Villarreal

15 Year Service Award Recipients

Maria Aquino Hernandez – Carolyn Mann – Tom Wilson

20 Year Service Award Recipient

Ma Lorena Velazquez

Congratulation to all of the service award recipients!

Lorena Velazquez received an award for 20 years of service to TPP

Lorena Velazquez received an award for 20 years of service to TPP

Carolyn 'Rose' Mann also celebrates 15 years with TPP

Carolyn ‘Rose’ Mann also celebrates 15 years with TPP

Tom Wilson celebrates 15 years of service

Tom Wilson celebrates 15 years of service

 

 

 

 

Stephanie Perez with a frosted beverage

Stephanie Perez with a frosted beverage

 

Tommy Glass - perfect attendance

Tommy Glass – perfect attendance

Luanne and Stephanie

Luanne and Stephanie

Scott Amoriello - 10 years of service to TPP

Scott Amoriello – 10 years of service to TPP

Carmellia, Jim, and Stephanie

Carmelia, Jim, and Stephanie

Luanne, Penny, Susan, Carolyn, Mildred, Linda, and Pam

Luanne, Penny, Susan, Carolyn, Mildred, Linda, and Pam

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TPP Donates to Victims of Hurricane Matthew

hurricanecharityTechnical Precision Plastics, Inc. would like to say ‘Thank You’ to all employees who together contributed 77 cases of water for the victims of Hurricane Matthew.

The water was delivered to God’s Pit Crew in Danville, VA for distribution.

TPP also contributed a monetary donation in the amount $250.00.

Technical Precision welcomes CAP Interns

Technical Precision Plastics welcomes two local high school students, Noah Wood and Evan Brook, from the Career Accelerator Program (CAP) for summer internships.  Both interns are rising high school seniors, Noah at Eastern Alamance and Evan at Southern Alamance.  The internship will last for six weeks.  The interns will attend Alamance Community College for two days and work at TPP for three days each week.  At the end of the internship, each student will have earned two college credits and six full weeks of pay.

The interns first day will be Monday, June 20th.  They will be ‘shadowing’ TPP employees in different areas of the plant while performing light duty tasks.  TPP welcomes Noah and Evan and wishes them all the best for their time here.

Noah Wood

Noah Wood

Evan Brook

Evan Brook

TPP Annual Charity Golf Tournament a Huge Success!

Mill Creek Golf Club in Mebane, NC

Mill Creek Golf Club in Mebane, NC

Technical Precision Plastics, Inc., held its annual charity golf tournament on April 28th, 2016 at Mill Creek Golf Club in Mebane, NC.  All proceeds of the tournament are to benefit Hospice and Palliative Care Center of Alamance-Caswell.  TPP is please to announce a donation in the amount of $19,251.54 for Hospice.

TPP would like to say thank you to all of its vendors, friends and employees for making this a great event for a charity that has touched the lives of so many people.

A big thank you to Pam, Penny and Lorena for all of their hard work, and to Mike, Cody, and all of the Mill Creek staff.

A special thank you to Jim Piermarini, owner and president, for his commitment to Hospice and for allowing all of us to help in a small way.

2016 Golf Tournament Winners

1st Place (Net):    Well Fargo Team 2           Score: 52 

Ken Dimock, Niles Greene, Scott Faircloth, Robert Heavner

2nd Place (Net):   Century Plastics               Score: 53

Sonny Morabito, Brian Morabito, Chris Madden, Ronald Hawkins

3rd Place (Net):    Crotts and Saunders      Score: 55

Chris Miller, Jason Smoake, Dan Dolesh, David Dolesh

Low Gross:             Wicker Services               Score: 59

Bryan Anderson, Randy Ector, Scott Rickard, Tim Apple

Closest to the Pin Winners

Hole #4   Dave Wyscarver  (Process Cooling Systems)

Hole #8   David VanKula    (Greentech Solutions)

Hole #13  Robert Heavner  (Wells Fargo)

Hole #17  Kyle Brown          (PolyOne)

Longest Drive Winner (Hole #6):  Brooks Brock   (Heat Tech Systems)

Putting Contest Winner:   Greg Shatterly  (Alamance Glass)

1/2 and 1/2 Raffle:  Ricky Ward    (Alamance Glass)  $647

‘Canooler Cooler’ Raffle:  Al Murray  (Total Computer Systems)

 

** Wells Fargo Team 2 donated $225 back to Hospice

** Ricky Ward donated $200 back to Hospice

Pics

Team Alamance Glass

Team Alamance Glass

Jim Piermarini talking with players

Jim Piermarini talking with players

Warm up session on Putting Green

Warm up session on Putting Green

Group finishing 9th hole

Group finishing 9th hole

 

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The tournament rain

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Catering provided by Hursey's  Bar-B-Que

Catering provided by Hursey’s Bar-B-Que

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TPP holds Bake Sale for Charity

Technical Precision Plastics held an employee bake sale on Friday April 8th.  All proceeds are to benefit Hospice and Palliative Care of Alamance-Caswell for the care they give to our community.  TPP employees raised over $240 for Hospice.  Thank you to all employees that participated.

If you missed out on this past bake sale, another bake sale is scheduled for Friday April 15th.

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TPP employees line up for the Bake Sale

Pam's legendary pound cake

Pam’s legendary pound cake

Healthy options that made for a great snack

Healthy options that made for a great snack

Mini pecan pies and cookes

Mini pecan pies and cook1es