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To end out this lovely Memorial Day, we remember our Director Jon’s Grandfather, Laurence Cummings of Buffalo NY. He served the Army Air Forces in the African Theater in WWII. After the war, he graduated from the Institute of Radio Engineers and worked as an engineer for Bell Aerospace from 1950-1963. While with Bell, Cummings was a fright test engineer in New Mexico for missiles built by the company. He also worked on several projects including the hydro-skimmer and the first air cushion vehicle for the Navy. He later worked for the federal Bureau of Naval Weapons as a Federal liaison for the government at bell. After his bureau stint, Mr. Cummings worked for the IRS as an engineer in the audit division before retiring in 1984. We are thankful for his service and for all who have served and who serve today. Hope everyone had a Happy Memorial Day!
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Honoring our SEO Manager Jacob’s Grandpa, Joseph Lial who bravely entered the Army when he was 16, his mother lying about his age stating that he was 18. He fought in WWII, Korean and Vietnam war. His bravery and hard work will never be forgotten.
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Another remembrance from our Marketing Manager Frank, Paul Selvaggio Forrest was born in July of 1923 and died in April of 1992. Paul fought in World War II as a member of the United States Marine Corps. He began his military career in Parris Island, South Carolina and then went out into the Pacific on aircraft carrier USS Intrepid. He served as a gunner and fought against the Japanese. While he was on the USS Intrepid he engaged in the Battle of Leyte Gulf, generally considered to have been the largest naval battle of WWII, in October of 1944. He helped sink Japanese battleship Musashi during the Battle of Okinawa in 1945. We thank for your service to our great nation.
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Our PR and Social Media GURU, Shira shares her Great Uncle’s story. Benjy Steinberg was a quartermaster in the US army during WWII stationed down South, a cushy job secured for him by non-other than Meyer Lansky to make sure that he didn't go overseas to fight. Benjy was a bookkeeper and bag man for the Jewish mafia back in the day. So, while Benjy was a vet, he did not see combat but made damn sure that the soldiers had all the supplies they needed before they shipped out. Thank you for your service. Happy Memorial Day!
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As we continue remembering our vets, we remember Director Dave’s Father, Bob Geipel, who served in the U.S. Army that included a tour in Vietnam from Feb. 1967 – Feb. 1968. He was a member of the 518th Signal Corp and worked as a Supply Specialist. We are thankful for his service.
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Honoring our CEO Carole and her sister, Customer Service manager, Julie’s Grandfather, Raymond A. Cross (1926 – 2015). Served for the United States Navy during WWII. Resided in a Holyoke Soldier’s Home until his passing. Thank you for your service.
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Honoring and remembering Marketing Manager Frank’s Aunt Prudenza Selvaggio Morrison (MAJ. U.S. Army) a veteran from WWII. MAJ. Morrison served in the Women's Army Corps where she received $50 a month - wow, that was a lot of money! She was the first woman to be selected as driver of Army tanks. In 1950, MAJ. Morrison was assigned to the Tokyo Headquarters in Japan where she posted the war maps for GEN. Douglas MacArthur. She remained at the Headquarters until 1953. MAJ. Morrison's assignments also included Fort Bragg and Fort Bliss, in Texas. She accepted her final orders to Fort Monroe, as Commanding Officer of the Women's Corps and Director of Transportation. She was once asked, "What was your favorite assignment or job of your 20 years in the Army?" She replied with a smile, "I loved Fort Bragg as Supply SGT. and Weapons Carrier Driver." After retirement in 1962, she was employed as a draftsman at the Newport News Shipyard. We are very grateful for her service to America.
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Happy Memorial Day! To celebrate the lives of all the amazing men and women who fought for our wonderful country, we're going to take some time and share stories of our own employee family vets. Starting things off with Chris, our Design Director, Grandson of William A. Renna of Brooklyn NY, a member of the U.S. Army, European theater of operations. He was 3rd division, 15th infantry regiment, king company. He fought in Anzio where he carried his friend out of the line of fire and was bayoneted in hand to hand combat. Known as a shark shooter, Renna received the purple heart award, the bronze star, New York state silver star, combat infantryman badge, European-African-Middle Eastern campaign ribbon, WWII victory medal, African campaigne medal and good conduct medal. In great memory of William A. Renna, have a wonderful Memorial Day!
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Happy Mother's Day! When they're not here keeping everything running smoothly & delivering results to our clients, these ladies are at home tending to the full-time job of motherhood. We're grateful to be celebrating all the hardworking moms on our team! Special appearance by one of our remote-working moms, Shira!

#mothersday #mom #momlife
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We're entering the e-commerce fray, up against big names like Wayfair & Amazon with our own rug-focused solution for retailers. Read on: https://goo.gl/1c8bdX
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