Administrative Clerk, Dale Moe
Dale, commonly referred to as “Moe”, was proudly raised in Kennewick, Washington and returns there often to visit family and friends. He served our country in the Army for 2 years from 1967 to 1969 serving in Vietnam for just over a year. In post his military career he found a home in the nuclear industry and worked in various positions at the Hanford, WA, Peach Bottom, PA, Clinton, IL, Davis Besse, OH, and Salem/Hope Creek, NJ nuclear facilities for 20 years before finding a home with Kuehne.
Dale was hired as a shift supervisor at the Delaware City Plant in 1998 and will soon be part of the 20+ year club at Kuehne. In 2006 Moe was reassigned to our Administrative Clerk role. Moe is a valuable member of our team and is responsible for supporting the production, transportation and maintenance departments. As part of his many activities he does quality control checks on production records, raw material and product bills of laden. Over the years, he has worked very hard to help any department that needs assistance including assisting Purchasing, Human Resources, Engineering and filling in for transportation supervisor vacancies. He is also highly interested in housekeeping and safety, has been a member of our safety committee for over 10 years, and has recently embraced 5S and has become one of its champions.
Moe always wants to help make Kuehne the best place possible to work and we are proud he is part of our team.
Eric Smith, the recently hired Corporate Electrical Engineer, is a 2010 graduate from Rowan University where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering. After graduation Eric worked at the US Naval Observatory. There Eric was in the Time Services department working with a team that were in charge of the US Master Clock. The US Master clock is a system of atomic clocks keeping universal coordinated time (UTC) that all of the nations of the world utilize. Most recently, Eric worked at Inductotherm where he designed custom rectifier-inverter power supplies ranging in size from 15kW to 8MW for the purpose of melting metals.
Since graduation Eric continues his professional growth and development. He recently obtained his Engineering in Training license and is on his way to obtaining his Professional Engineers License.
Eric currently resides West Chester PA with his cat Wolfgang. He loves woodworking, golfing, reading, brewing homemade beer, and attempting to learn how to cook, make homemade soap and cheese.