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National sales manager of Elsner Engineering Works, retired

November 30, -0001

Donald Rush, national sales manager of Elsner Engineering Works, retired in December 2008 after 27 years of service to the corporation. Mr. Rush started his career at Elsner in 1981 as a sales engineer with primary sales responsibility for Elsner for the eastern and western U.S. and Canadian territories. He oversaw representation in parts of Europe and Africa.

"We are indebted to Mr. Rush for his loyal service and efforts in promoting and selling the Elsner product line all over the world," commented F. Rusty Elsner, president and CEO. "He sold more than $50 million worth of equipment during his career at Elsner, so he must have been doing something correctly."

Jay Roth, who has worked for 13 years with Mr. Rush, will take over his post as sales engineer.
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