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LEWCO Employee Spotlight: Meet Brandon, Industrial Oven Controls Engineer

- Tuesday, February 2, 2016
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At LEWCO, we believe that our people are the organization’s greatest asset! We are proud of our dedicated team of exceptional employees who work hard to support the values of our growing company. We have some pretty remarkable people who have a real passion for they do. So, we thought what better way to show our customers about what life is like inside of LEWCO than to have our own employees share their stories? Read on to meet controls engineer, Brandon Bedell.

Brandon Bedell, Industrial Oven Controls Engineer 

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Brandon started at LEWCO as an intern in February of 2015.  After receiving his Bachelor’s Degree in Electronics and Computer Engineering Technology from Bowling Green State University, Brandon joined the LEWCO team full time.       

Brandon's Responsibilities:

Brandon’s main responsibilities include developing and redesigning electrical control systems for new and existing industrial oven products.  He also serves as a customer support representative, helping customers to troubleshoot problems and provide solutions for Industrial Oven products. 

What inspired you to pursue a career in the engineering field?

Early in my college career, I enrolled in a couple electrical engineering classes to try them and I found them far more interesting than any of my other classes. I liked how different and challenging they were so I kept taking them. It wasn’t until the end of my sophomore year that I really knew this was what I wanted to do. It is fun, and I learn more and more every day, which is exciting.

Which day of the work week are you most productive?

Wednesdays, I definitely get the most stuff done on Wednesdays. 

What kinds of hobbies and interest do you have outside of work?

In my spare time I enjoy working out, playing video games, watching movies and any kind of competitive sport.