MEETING

Date: FEBRUARY 8TH, 2018
Spitzer Conference Center, Lorain Community College
Price: $5.00 to ASQ Members!! ($10.00 for non-member guests)
Time: Dinner served at 6:00 PM, presentations/discussion commence at 6:30 PM

Please RSVP to this event as soon as possible

Contact Incoming Secretary, Denice Marcinko, at qadino79@gmail.com or text to 440-667-4626

An interactive, group challenge!

Your Secretary, Denice Marcinko will be facilitating a group exercise working in teams to complete a simple project. You will not know what it is until after dinner as I know some of you will look this up in advance and that will be cheating by having an advantage over others! We really need a level playing field. I will not participate as I have done this in the past and used it at the Cleveland section a couple of years ago. It was well received by most who attended.

Presenter: Denice Marcinko, Calibration Technician


Company: Heroux Devtek Landing Gear USA, Inc. of Strongsville, OH

Denice is currently employed full-time as calibration technician at the aerospace company Heroux Devtek Landing Gear in Strongsville, Ohio for 4 years. Previously she has been employed in electronics companies of Tecmar Inc., Proto Circuits,  Valtronic Technology, Inservco; other aerospace companies of Lucas Aerospace (former Lear Siegler PEC), Goodrich Aerospace and Parker-Hannifin. She also spent time working at Clark-Reliance Corp that makes boiler instrumentation and pressure vessels for the power generation industry. One job she held as inspector/ calibrator at Wire Products Inc. that was involved in metal stamping, wire forming for the automotive industry. Denice has worked in manufacturing as certified solderer/elctronronics inspector, auditor and calibration techfor nearly 35 years. She obtained Certified Quality Auditor (2nd attempt) in December 2008 and Certified Quality Inspector in March of 2014. Denice will be studying for the re-take of the  Certified Calibration Technician exam. She has taken some DC circuit classes and basic engineering classes at Tri-C in the 1990's. 

Denice has also taken some basic medical tech classes at LCCC and accounting at Ohio Business College. Most of what was learned was a combination of OTJ experiences along with ASQ conferences, exams and publications. ASQ has been a big influence in Denice's career.