Curtis Engine celebrated 75 years of providing power generation systems and service to commercial, institutional and government customers at a most appropriate locale – the Baltimore Museum of Industry.
Many of those customers – along with current and former Curtis Engine employees – joined other well-wishers for a night of good food, good drink, and good memories.
Former Curtis Engine president Tom Koch was among those who spoke at the party…
…along with current COO Paul Koch, president Trip Harrison, Al Prosser, MTU America Inc. PowerGen director of sales; and David Sears, MTU America Inc. president
Pictured (LtoR) Trip Harrison, Curtis Engine president; and Paul Koch, Curtis Engine chief operating officer
The Curtis Engine board: Tom Holland, Harold Green, Mike Gill, Brian Kroneberger, Harry McDonough, Paul Koch, Trip Harrison
Some retired longtime Curtis Engine employees returned for the festivities, including: Bill Rogers, retired small generator shop foreman; Diane Rogers, retired parts and shipping clerk; and Jim Plunkert, retired road technician
Pictured (LtoR) Mary Gill, retired RN; and Mike Gill, Evergreen Advisors chairman/Curtis Engine board member
Pictured (LtoR) Dakeisha Gross, Curtis Engine business development manager; and Tina Worms, Rosendin Electric business development manager
Pictured (LtoR) Marc Boulden, Boulden Energy president/owner; and Rick DiIoia, Curtis Engine business development consultant
Pictured (LtoR) Curtis Engine colleagues: Dwayne Uhler, service technician; Rob Alcaraz, senior service technician; and Damascus Smith, service technician
Pictured (LtoR) Jen Bowers, Curtis Engine accounting & human resources manager; and Jim McCartin, Mick Entertainment DJ/event DJ
Pictured (LtoR) Chrisse Bowers, Al Bassett, Electrical Connections owner; and Joe Glackin, Curtis Engine electrical service manager
Pictured (LtoR) Richard Shaw, RCM&D construct ion practice executive; Tara Minner, Scaffold Resource marketing specialist; and Elizabeth Justis, Scaffold Resource business development manager
Pictured (LtoR) Pam Delaney, Stout, Causey & Horning manager; Justin Mitros, ASCO Power Technologies district manager; Zach Rothfus, Grounded Electrical Construction vice president of estimating; and DeWitt Bauer, TEI Electrical Solutions sales/marketing executive (May 29, 2019 – Baltimore Museum of Industry) For more on Curtis Engine, click here