Relay & Spike

Mechanical engineering service: 2-time volleyball champs

Having this electrical contractor backing you is starting to look like a good luck charm.

May’s Electrical & Mechanical Engineering has sponsored the victor of the Paxton, Ill., park district volleyball tournament for the second year running. The volleyball team, comprised of all women, triumphed over the same opponent as last year, the Paxton Record reports.

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Members of the May’s Electrical & Mechanical Engineering team pose for a photo after winning the championship match of the Paxton Park District’s Women’s Volleyball League, from left: Jenna Seibring, Adreana Foster, Alison Hasselbring, Chelsey Cluver, Sarah Hari and Jessica Bender.

“The first game was tied at nine points before May’s (13-0) pulled ahead and won, 25-15. FMNB (10-3) never recovered as May’s took the second game, and the match, via 25-12 score. Jenna Seibring led all players with 12 kills, while Alison Hasselbring contributed nine. Jessica Bender had four aces for May’s.” The Daily Record reported on March 18th.

The locally-based electrical contractor, which offers institutional, industrial, municipal, residential, and commercial services, is owned and operated by Patrick May, a certified mechanical and electrical engineer. From this small Illinois town of less than 5,000 people, the company serves a 100 mile radius of Paxton that includes the Wisconsin and Missouri areas. Chief areas of service are utility pole and high line installation and sales, service, and repair of Kohler and Generac Generators.

The company’s capabilities include circuit breakers and fuses, central communication systems, direct digital control, pool, spa, and Jacuzzi wiring, solar panel power, wiring and rewiring — 2 or 3 phase, as well as generator system wiring. It also prides itself on a 24-hour answering service, consultancy, special effects lighting, troubleshooting of relay logic, and OSHA corrections.

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