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Three New Technician Recruits Start Yearlong Internship Program The Columbus Equipment Company Technician Internship Program TIP welcomed its fourth group of interns on June 1. The three young technicians will spend a year in the program alternating time in the classroom with time in the field where they will work alongside a senior technician mentor. The program has been very successful noted Mike Montgomery company trainer. Historically a student just out of tech school starts as a trainee and it takes him six to eight years to be ready to have a service truck on his own. Technicians going through our intern program get a service truck in two yearsone year in the program and a year in the shop and they are ready for a truck. All three members of the current class of interns attended the University of Northwestern Ohio in Lima. Josh Crock will be working out of the Perrysburg branch when he is not in class Austin Davino has been assigned to Columbus and Brandon Diehl will work out of the Canton branch. Columbus Branch Adds Service Technician Frankie Wayman has joined the Columbus branch as a service technician. He has more than 30 years experience working on heavy equipment including time with Komatsu dealers in other states. He also has experience working on mining and asphalt equipment. Joey Wells above has joined the company as a painter. He studied auto body collision repair and refin- ishing at technical college and worked in a body shop for four years. The Grove City native enjoys dirt bikes. BRANCH NEWS When the Economy Supports Growth COLUMBUS EQUIPMENT COMPA Left to right Technical Services Manager Mike Montgomery and Technical Trainer Mike Testa pictured with the Technician Internship Program Class of 2016Josh Crock Brandon Diehl and Austin Davino. 20