Jack Maliszewski Retires From Reliable Plating Works
Reliable Plating Works announces the retirement of executive vice president Jack Maliszewski after 47 years of dedicated service.
Jack Maliszewski (right) pictured with his son Gil (middle) and Products Finishing publisher Todd Luciano (left).
Reliable Plating Works Inc. (RPW, Milwaukee, Wisc.) has announced the retirement of executive vice president Jack Maliszewski after 47 years of dedicated service. Maliszewski began working at RPW in the early 70’s, which was owned by his grandfather Julian Maliszewski at the time. He held many positions at RPW through the years including racker, packer, inspector, machine operator, polisher, supervisor and maintenance.
Maliszewski designed and made many plating devices that are still used by the RPW’s vendors today. His efforts and knowledge also contributed to setting up the company’s Elite Finishing LLC division and the Vibratory Finishing Department. After retiring, he will continue as a board member of RPW and remain available for consulting.
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