Trussbilt honors female employees

COURTESY PHOTO Trussbilt is honoring its female employees for International Women’s Day on Wednesday, March 8. Front row, from left, are Jennifer DeLeon, Amanda Flores, Veronica Garcia, Susana Gallegos, Angelica Martin, Yasmin Ranchero Fajardo,  Sabrina Villarreal, Gabriella Joseph and Denise Matson; second row, Amanda Lagarez, Sammantha Martel, Luzmila Orrego-Castaneda, Rosaura Escobar Mejia, Karla Melendez Cruzado, Franches Rey Cruzado, Lissa Cruzado Torres and Rose Kallappa; and in back, Bernie Schutt, Reanna Rodriguez, Daina Ampudia and Kelly Lewis.

HURON — March 8 is International Women’s Day, and Trussbilt will be honoring its female employees.

Since 1989, Trussbilt has been fortunate enough to have a large diversity of people in the workforce.

Among this diversity are the women that have been part of the Trussbilt family. They have been as pivotal as anyone else is shaping how Trussbilt operates today and the success that it has achieved.

Without the vision, determination, energy, and drive of these past and current employees, many of the evolutionary changes that the company has went through would not have been possible.

With a third of Trussbilt’s workforce currently comprised of women employees, they would like to take this opportunity to acknowledge and honor everyone that has or is currently working at Trussbilt on March 8, International Women’s Day.

The company appreciates their dedication and commitment to making Trussbilt a better company.