Stan Plepis: 50 Years at EWC Controls

Stan Plepis: 50 Years at EWC Controls

Stan has nurtured, encouraged and trained many employees.

Stan Plepis started working for EWC Controls, Inc. in 1962. Today, he continues to be a driving force behind much of what EWC Controls produces related to HVAC comfort controls. Company Executive Vice President Mike Reilly recently released a statement commemorating Plepis' service to EWC Controls:

Fifty years of employment at one company is quite rare, but to be a major contributor to the company's success year-in-and-year-out for 50 years is truly, amazing. EWC Controls was lucky to find such a dedicated individual.

Stan began his career at EWC Controls in 1962 as an engineer in EWC Controls' transformer division. There, he helped design, build, test, and implement some of the most sophisticated devices that have helped American ingenuity.

Some of Stan's designs are used on the NASA Space Shuttle program, Blackhawk helicopters, F16 fighter jets, Smart-guided missile systems and many residential applications such as light dimmers and HVAC thermostats.

“Stan is someone who has stayed in one job for 50 years, but is never stagnant, he is constantly growing and changing. He is always looking to the future, to see how EWC Controls can update, upgrade, move forward and be better.” added Kevin Cyrana, president of EWC Controls.

Over the past 50 years, Stan has nurtured, encouraged and trained many employees that have worked along side him. Stan has welcomed and assisted each and every employee he has come in contact with over the years.

“Stan has been the most loyal, dedicated, and giving employee, he has always put the company and others first and for that we could not be any more thankful” said Anne Reilly, CFO for EWC Controls.

Few people can say they have had an impact on the lives of others, as Stan has done, through his kindness, compassion, and engineering know-how. Through the products he helped develop, and the people he had contact with along the way, Stan has had a positive impact on more than he will ever know.

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