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Linc Jepson Retires After 40 Years at NJM/CLI

November 22, 2005

NJM/CLI (the merger of New Jersey Ma- chine and Charles Lapierre Inc.) announced the retirement of long-time industry veteran Linc Jepson. Mr. Jepson spent 40 years at NJM/CLI.
Mr. Jepson held a number of positions at New Jersey Machine, Inc., ranging from sales trainee in 1964 to president in 1987. He was involved in the merger between New Jersey Machine and Lapierre, Inc. in 1996, after which he was named executive vice president of the new company, NJM/CLI.
“Over the years, Linc has contributed significantly to driving this company and the industry forward,” said Michael Lapierre, president of NJM/CLI. “He’s helped create a total-solution, customer service culture at our company, which distinguishes NJM/CLI today”.
Mr. Jepson will continue his relationship with NJM/CLI as a consultant, company executives said.
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