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Tuesday, December 1, 2015

New CalRamic Technical Team Members

We are excited to announce a few new members to our technical team here at CalRamic Technologies LLC. We look forward to their continued learning of High Voltage Ceramic Capacitors as they help support our consistent growth for the years to come. We also want to recognize the Career College of Northern Nevada in supporting our community with ongoing teaching, and degrees in the electronics industry.


Robert Lesmes: Robert has been with us for close to 2 years, and will be receiving his degree in Industrial Electronics Technology next May. He is working in the MLC line of Capacitor technologies and continues learning daily. Previously employed by UPS, he has a new baby and his favorite hobby is target shooting.

Kyle Powell: This is Kyle's first year at CalRamic, and he is heavily involved in the Final Testing of our Capacitors. He landed in this technical position in full force and is doing great. Previous experience revolves around Firefighting and Avalanche Detonation devices for Ski Resorts (gotta love that one!). He is currently getting his Industrial Electronics Degree and aspires to be a Rocket Scientist someday.

Travis Haslem: Travis is another first-year at CalRamic, he is our lead technician in Coating of Capacitors, and assists in the final testing of components. Previous experience is with the US Army as a Mortar Man Specialist. Always smiling, he is also working on his Electronics degree to be completed next year. His favorite hobby is golf and we hear he has a 300 yard drive--no doubt from the strength he got lifting Mortar rounds!


Anthony Bass: Anthony is a University of Nevada Reno graduate in Physics with a minor in Chemistry. He joined our team over a year ago and is working in Applications and Special Product Process Engineering. He has a diverse background with over 5 years of combined research experience at UNR in Inorganic Chemistry, Biochemistry, Plasma Physics, and Atmospheric Physics. His favorite thing to do is fly through the Sierras on his KTM dirt bike.

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