Dan Lewis became a manufacturer’s representative for Quaker in 1994, covering all of his home state of Arkansas. Since that time, Dan has proven to be nothing less than a fantastic ambassador for the company. He is one of the chief reasons that Quaker has become a familiar name in his territory, which now has […]
Quaker Window Products is honored to announce the recipients of the 2014 Thomas M. Knoll Memorial Scholarship award. Four recipients will share in the award. Mr. Nathan Wieberg, son of Kevin (manufacturing plant manager) and Jenny Wieberg of Argyle, MO will receive a $1500 scholarship to apply toward his continuing education. Nathan plans to attend […]
Kenneth Welschmeyer is the recipient of the May 2014 Quaker Keystone Award. For thirty-three years, Kenny has been a loyal Quaker Window Products employee. He is the senior maintenance person in the facility. Kenny always responds quickly and won’t leave a job until it is finished. He is recognized as the expert on the Quaker […]
Quaker Windows & Doors has once again been named one of the TOP 100 MANUFACTURERS OF 2014 by Window & Door Magazine.
Dale Twehus is the recipient of the April 2014 Quaker Keystone Award. As the leader of the receiving warehouse crew, Dale ensures that requests are filled in a timely manner and that raw material is unloaded and stored properly. His calm demeanor is reflected in the approach of all the employees in the receiving area. […]
Located on wood street in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Quaker aluminum Historical Series H500 Single Hung windows, arch head Single Hung windows with custom panning, custom Simulated Divided Lite and custom color.
Synthia Kirsch has worked for Quaker for ever 10 years. She has held a number of positions within Quaker and the common threads for each position has been her can do/will do attitude. Syndi is always smiling and full of infectious enthusiasm. Her outgoing personality makes her a pleasure to work with. She is always […]
Located in the Motor City’s downtown area, this magnificent structure was designed in the Beaux-Arts architectural style, with brick and limestone incorporated as its main materials. Originally named for an Army fort that had been built on the site years ago, the 22-story building opened in 191 6. It eventually was renamed the “Pick Fort […]
When Quaker built the new glass plant in Maries County a decade ago, one of the distribution concerns was getting the completed glass to the right departments in a timely manner. Norma Jean Hoffman was the solution. On an average day, Norma unloads a dozen trucks packed with full glass carts. She delivers the carts, […]
Just before the Civil War’s battle of Chancellorsville, General Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson, who perished that day, surveyed the field and saw many men from Virginia Military Institute around him. It was at that time that he spoke the oft-quoted words:” The Institute will be heard from today.” It’s still being heard from today. Approximately 1,300 […]