David Fetterman retires this month

After almost twenty-nine years working for the company, Maintenance Manager David Fetterman is due to retire at the end of September 2014. David has always been a popular member of the team with customers, bringing his vast experience through the years to each and every job. One of his final tasks with the company has been to train a new engineer to be based in Shaw. David will be missed by all his colleagues, but we do expect, from time to time, to have a ‘guest appearance’ from him. In common with many involved with church organs, one of David’s hobbies is model railway building and we expect to hear of rapid progress on his layout.

Managing Director Dr Keith Harrington commented “I first met David many years ago as a potential customer when I immediately recognised his desire to go the extra mile. I was quite delighted to discover he was still part of the team in 2004 when I became MD.” He added “David is a ‘belt, braces and a piece of string’ man and as such has been very rarely caught out with no suitable spare part immediately to hand. I wish him a long and happy retirement.”