ENTEK, Lebanon, Oregon, recently announced the promotions of John Burke, Tim Glover and Marvin Kuenzi to vice president roles at the company.
Burke started at ENTEK in 1999, and his background in manufacturing and production scheduling gave him all the tools to step into his new position as VP of manufacturing. His training in the principles of servant leadership has inspired him to be a passionate practitioner of, and advocate for, servant leadership in life.
Glover is the new VP of machining after spending 18 years at the company working in machining and manufacturing roles. Since beginning his career in 1982, Glover’s primary focus has been on machining and product management. He also believes strongly in the principle that growing people is necessary in order to grow a business successfully.
Lastly, Kuenzi now is the VP of engineering. Growing up in an Oregon farming community, Kuenzi has always relied on his aptitude for hard work, creative problem solving and mechanical abilities to keep things running. As an integral part of the equipment manufacturing division since joining ENTEK in 2007 as a design engineer, he has exercised these aptitudes daily to help both ENTEK separator factories and its third party equipment customers to design, build and commission highly technical production facilities. As VP of engineering, he continues to lead both people and projects for ENTEK globally.
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