Archive for May, 2008

Amy Filipiak

Hello! I am Amy Filipiak, the Administrative Assistant. I help with Sales, Marketing, and Accounts Receivables and Payables and love it! I have been working at KSG since January of 2004.

I am a full time student at University of Wisconsin – Green Bay. I plan to graduate in December of 2010 with a Bachelor of Business Administrative Degree in Accounting and Business Administration emphasis on Management. It has been a slow process getting through school but I will finish eventually. I can’t wait until I am done so I don’t have to worry about working and going to school at the same time!

I am 21 years old and engaged to be married in October of 2009 to my highschool sweetheart. I can’t wait! I love the outdoors, fishing, hunting, 4-wheeling, camping, anything….you name it, I like it. I lived in Suamico for 20 years with my mom, dad, brother and sister. In January I moved to Pulaski with my fiance. I absolutely love living on my own. My mom works here at KSG also so I still get to see her everyday and I still get picked on because I can’t ask her whats for dinner anymore!

I am easy to get along with and I hope that when you call and talk to me, you get that impression. Have a great summer! (I know that everyone in Wisconsin can’t wait for it. We had snow at the end of April this year!)

For more information on the company I work for visit:

Krueger Sentry Gauge Mascotts

Krueger Sentry Gauge is a small family business which is evident and obvious in so many ways. My name is Lee Geurts, and I am the youngest family member in the company. I work with my aunt, my uncle, my mother, my father, and it does not end there. Every liquid level gauge manufacturing plant and machine shop needs to have a mascott, and we have four of them.

First I would like to introduce you to Abby and Pearl. They are our alarm system. Two Toy Fox Terriers that warn us of intruders and customers alike. They belong to my Aunt Kathy. They are sisters, Abby is the porky one and Pearl is little miss petite. And just a forewarning, don’t throw the ball.

Next I would like to introduce you to the Security Guards. The first is the old veteran, Jasper. He is an eight year old boxer that is starting to go a little grey in the face, but he still takes his job as head of security and company mascott seriously.

Last but not least, I would like to present Cheyenne. She reminds me of Animal from the Muppets. Jasper is trying to teach her some manners, but she is a slow learner.