Community Involvement

Hydraulic Institute Announces HI Board of Directors and Officers; Christy Bermensolo, CEO

The Hydraulic Institute announced new leadership during its Annual Conference in March. John H. White, Jr., CEO of TACO, Inc. took over as Chairman and John Kahren, President SPP Pumps, Inc. was elected President, each for a two-year term. In addition, three new directors joined the board of Directors for three-year terms:
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Pump Systems Matter Leadership Award: Ray Hardee Received Honor

Pump Systems Matter (PSM), leading global source for pump system training and education, bestowed its prestigious Leadership Award to Ray Hardee, co-founder and chief engineer of Engineered Software, Inc., at the Hydraulic Institute (HI) Annual Conference and Centennial Gala recently held at the JW Marriott – Grande Lakes in Orlando, FL. This award recognizes outstanding HI members who made lifetime achievements to the advancement of pumps and pumping systems, energy efficiency, reliability and performance.
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Lacey City Council

We are truly honored to be recognized by the City of Lacey Council for our generous efforts in 2015. ESI was invited to participate in their annual meeting where Mayor Ryder presented a certificate of recognition to Christy Bermensolo, CEO, and Carolyn Popp, Co-Founder, of Engineering Software Inc. for their continued support throughout the community each year.
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Brighten Lives Luncheon

At ESI we actively take part in local events and fundraising to improve the community we live in. We’d love to hear about how you take part in your community and may even feature your story in one of our upcoming ESI News Brief editions. To submit a story, please send it to enews@ESI-training.com. This month, ESI co-owner Carolyn Popp attended the 2015 Brighten Lives Luncheon in support of the Senior Services for South Sound non-profit.
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Engineered Software Employees Support Military Veteran Donation Drive

In April, ESI employee Mark Rosen’s wife, Paige Rosen, brought a donation drive targeting homeless veterans to the ESI office. Paige was part of a five-person team that managed and ran the veteran-centric drive collecting about nine large boxes of supplies for Joint Base Lewis-McChord veterans at the Tacoma Rescue Mission in just one week. Donations included disposable razors, shaving cream, deodorant, shampoo, toothbrushes, toothpaste, travel baby wipes, socks, and snacks. ESI staff sprang to the challenge and filled three of the nine collected donation boxes.
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Paul Harris Giving Award

A core belief that drives Engineered Software is that giving back to the community is everyone’s responsibility. ESI Co-owners, Ray and Carolyn Hardee, not only encourage ESI employees to give back to the community, but they also lead by example. We’d love to hear about how you take part in your community and may even feature your story in one of our upcoming ESI News Brief editions. To submit a story, please send it to enews@ESI-training.com.
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LeMay American Car Museum’s Event

Our employees are very active, in fact we have connoisseur in the auto industry, ESI employee Paul Kelly. It is downright amazing what he can do with a vehicle. His latest project, a fully restored 1956 Ford F100, is being showcased in the LeMay American Car Museum’s newest exhibit: “The Ford F-Series: The Truck That Grew Up with America.”
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