Ryan Nelson, Sr. Product Specialist for Curbell Plastics, Inc., received a Values in Action award for his exemplary demonstration of the Curbell Values and Behavior Codes. Ryan’s contributions and dedication to Curbell truly demonstrate an “above and beyond” contribution to our organization!
United Way’s Day of Caring was a great success!
Thank you to all of the Curbell volunteers who spent the day making a difference in the Western New York community. In total, there were approximately 43 employees who participated in the event. One group spent the morning at Reinstein Nature Preserve cleaning up and removing Japanese knotweed. The other group repainted the entire building at Baker Victory Services. Here are some photos from the Day of Caring!
Since 1995 when the ride was founded, the Ride for Roswell fundraising efforts have helped thousands of patients become survivors. These efforts continue to advance the healthcare for the 34,000 patients who turn to Roswell Park for hope each year.
Jeff Boldt, Logistics Coordinator for Curbell Medical Products, and Doug Rockwood, Executive VP of Sales and Customer Service for Curbell Medical Products, both participated in the 22nd Annual Ride for Roswell this year. The 2017 Ride for Roswell raised $4.6 million to support Roswell Park and the fight against cancer.
Last Thursday, Dr. Keith Hechtel, Senior Director of Business Development, led a business communications workshop for our summer interns. The interactive and engaging presentation covered topics such as public speaking and written communication skills. Here are some photos from the workshop!
Curbell was recently featured in an article published by The Buffalo News! Click here to read the full story.
We are excited to announce the appointment of Abdulkadir Sarac, PhD to Chief Operating Officer for Curbell, Inc. Since joining the company fifteen years ago, Abdul has held several key positions, most recently as President of the Medical Division. Abdul will now have full responsibility and authority for overseeing the daily operations of both Curbell Plastics and Curbell Medical Products, managing the Executive Team and assisting the Advisory Board to formulate and develop future corporate direction. Please join us in welcoming Abdul to his new role.
Stephanie Booker, Production Control Manager, and Jean Rahuba, Customer Service Manager, received Values in Action Awards for their exemplary demonstration of the Curbell Values and Behavior Codes during Customer Service Week.
Doug Rockwood, Executive VP of Sales and Customer Service, shared this nomination story:
Customer Service Week has become an annual opportunity to recognize the efforts of a number of our colleagues who play an integral role is satisfying our customers’ requirements with, oftentimes, not a great deal of fanfare/recognition. As a new “wrinkle” during the last two years of Customer Service week, 2015 and 2016, Jean Rahuba and Stephanie Booker have organized a charitable fundraiser component of this annual event which has, without question, benefitted a number individuals who are in need of assistance and/or support. Members of our active military, as well as the Food Bank of WNY, have benefitted from the fundraisers that Stephanie and Jean have organized and executed. Organizing fundraisers, like these, are clearly not requirements of their roles here at Curbell. Their acts of kindness and compassion are clearly “above and beyond” the call of duty and, in my opinion, really help to define who we are as an organization.
Thank you for your above and beyond contribution!
In a recent article, USAI Lighting/LEDinside discusses healthcare lighting advancements for patient room settings. These advancements were made possible through a collaboration with Curbell Medical. Curbell is proud to support continuous innovation within the industries that we serve.
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