Corry Manufacturing Co., located at 519 W. Main St., honored some of its workforce Wednesday at The Fork and Barrel Restaurant during a 2019 Service Award Luncheon where the honorees were treated to a lunch buffet.
Every year, Corry Manufacturing Co. recognizes employees for attaining certain milestones of employment with the company.
CMC traditionally recognizes its employees who have worked for the company for five, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35 and 40 years. Reaching milestones this year were five-, 10-, 20-, 25-, 30- and 35-year employees.
Those who dedicate five years of service to the company receive a CMC key chain. Employees who reach 10 years of service are presented with a wall clock.
A ring is given to those who achieve 15 years of service. For every five years after the 15-year mark, a diamond is added to the employee's ring. The commemorative ring is filled with diamonds by the time an employee reaches 35 years of service.
Reaching 35 years of service this year were Mike Mazurik and Kathy Emory. Mazurik was congratulated by CMC President Mike Biedrzycki and CMC Vice President Gary Dietz. Emory, who has now retired from CMC, was not present at the luncheon.