Colonial Times

Saw 3: Colonial adds new staff to both locations

Colonial Saw, the Kingston, Mass., machinery sales and service company, added three new members to its ranks.

Colonial Saw’s Kingston, Mass., headquarters.—Colonial Saw photo

Eddie Morales was hired as a service tech in the company’s Ontario, Calif., office. Morales was a member of the Woodworking Career Alliance (WCA) training program at Fontana High and worked as Cabinet Assembler and Installer at a shop in Southern California before Joining Colonial Saw. He is currently attending Chaffey College at night working toward his associate’s degree in Industrial Electrical Technology, after training with CS senior technicians and helping customers during the day. He is bilingual (Spanish and English).

Eddie Morales

Greig Pellecione recently returned to the company as a warehouse manager, continuing his 3 years of service after a stint at the U.S. Naval base in Newport, R.I. With 25 years of management experience, “his fastidious work ensures the proper management of large grinding machinery and Striebig saws, safely and securely seeing to their intake and shipments to our customers,” the company said.

Greig Pellecione2
Greig Pellecione

Lastly, Adam Yuschak joined Colonial as an engineering and service manager. The company describes Yuschak as a journeyman toolmaker with 18 years of experience. His skill sets include experience with machinery design and repair, CNC operation and programming, CAD/CAM & mechanical engineering, process development, and “strong working knowledge of the latest tooling technologies.”

Adam Yuschak
Adam Yuschak

New hires at the floor and management level are always a welcome sight in the repair and service community, especially as hope dwindles during hard times for the industry. Colonial offers some advice, saying it “took the uncertainty caused by Covid-19 and decided to invest in its team, putting its customer service team and skilled technicians as a top priority.”

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