US Army veteran returns to Telsmith

By |  April 18, 2019
Photo: Telsmith

U.S. Army Commissioned Officer Matthew Vereb pictured with his family. Photo courtesy of Telsmith

Telsmith, a manufacturer of mineral processing equipment, welcomed back Matthew Vereb as a Southeastern field service technician following a year-long military service in Germany.

Vereb started at Telsmith in 2016 as field service technician for the Southeast territory, including Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee and Mississippi.

In January 2018, Vereb temporarily left Telsmith for a year to aid the Air Defense Artillery branch establish a new Army unit in Germany. Having joined the United States military in 2008, Vereb started as a private first class before becoming staff sergeant and, most recently, a commissioned officer.

Vereb plans to attend the Basic Officer Leadership Course in Oklahoma in 2020, according to Telsmith.

“The best part about working for Telsmith as a field service representative is that I get to meet new people every day and help the customer get back into operation by servicing their equipment,” Vereb says. “Telsmith has been very supportive of my military service, and I look forward to many more years with the company.”

Vereb’s career as a service technician began in 2006, working for Oconee County Quarry in South Carolina and Hanson Aggregates in Georgia. He worked on various pieces of equipment, including Telsmith, during his time there.

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Zach Mentz is the managing editor for both Pit & Quarry and Portable Plants magazines. Zach is a graduate of the Tim Russert Department of Communications at John Carroll University. His previous experience also includes time spent in the Cleveland Indians communications department.

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