New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 8, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas
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Westpoint Pepperell announces promotions
position of superintendent - warp prep-slashing-weaving Castenada formerly was superintendent -slashing-weaving at Mission Valley from November 1984.
He began his company continuous service in February 1978 as a project engineer assigned to the office at Mission Valley, then in April of that year to Iselin Mill. New Braunfels. where he was a shift supervisor in the weaving department until January-1981 and in the warp prep department umtl July of that year, assistant department head - spinning-winding until June 1984. and general superintendent until his assignment as superintendent -slashing-weaving at Mission Valley.
Earlier, he was employed in weaving at Mission Valley as a shift supervisor from August 1973 until March 1974. as a loom fixer from February 1968. as a weaver from July 1966 and as a loom cleaner from October 1965 A native of New Braunfels. Castenada completed New Braunfels High School and earned his .AA degree in Business aministration at San Antonio College.
He and his wife. the former Irene Aldana. of New Braunfels, have five children — .Anna Marie. Sara Ann. Isabelle. Irene and I^she Man — and reside on Route 2. Altwem. New Braunfels.
Vernon H Soechting has been promoted to the newly created position of superintendent - dyeing-finishing-inspection-shipping Soechting formerly was manager-planning and technical services at Mission Valley from November 1984 He began his company continuous service in March 1959 in the Mission Valley facility's shipping depart -
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ment. where he was a folder until July 1961. a packer until October 1963. a checker until May 1965. and a supervisor until January 1972, when he became department head - inspection. He was named department head - finishing-inspection at MA M rn August 1980 and superintendent -
weaving-finishmg-mspection in August 1983. In June 1964. he assumed the duties of general superintendent -slashing-finishing-mspection-the position he held until his assignment as manager - planning and technical services
Born in Guadalupe County.
Soechting completed New Braunfels High School.
He and his wife. the former Charlene Neugenauer. of New
Braunfels, have four children — Laure S Owens. Keith. Loretta and Leona — and reside at 146 Cardinal. New Braunfels.
Tom Boring is Rainbow Carpet and Dyeing franchise owner
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Boring acquires Rainbow franchise
Tom Boring recently became the new franchise owner for Rainbow International Carpet Dyeing and Cleaning Company.
Tom. and his wife Jean and their four children, have been residents of New Braunfels for the last 24 years Tom is a certified operator, a specialist in carpet care and maintenance.
To become certified he completed an extensive training course at the home office Training on the exclusive Power Master plus carpet fibers, chemicals. dyeing, techniques, upholstery cleaning and drapery dry cleaning were a part of the course Rainbow International customers can expect to have their furniture moved, carpets thoroughly-vacuumed. chemically shampooed, deoderized. sanitized and colorized at no additional cost.
Also their furniture will be replaced with protective tabs under the legs All work is guaranteed in writing
Upholstery cleaning and drapery
are done 98 percent of the time right in the customers home Rainbow International is a leader in carpet dyeing and tinting Before buying new carpet Boring suggests a free examination to test the liveability of your carpet Dyeing can save you hundreds of dollars as it is a fraction of the o st of new carpet Emergency services arc als-available Twenty-four h-*ur water extraction in case of flooding. smoke restoration due to fire: decon
tamination work due to humans, pets and even skunks are just some of the
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EN. (“Ed") Bateman. Jr.. has been promoted to the newly created position of director-adnunistration at Westpoint Pepperers Mission Valley Mill. New Braunfels, according to an announcement by Bill D. Morton, facility manager.
Bateman formerly was employee relations director for Mission Valley and Iselin Mills and Apparel Fabrics Division offices, all in New Braunfels. from July 1979. He assumed the additional responsibilities of Special Projects Coordinator-Mission Valley-Iselin in September 1984.
He joined Westpoint in September 1973 as a management trainee at Springfield Plant. Springfield. Mass., transferred to industrial fabrics division offices at I^nett. Ala., as a personnel assistant in the industrial relations department in December 1973. and subsequently became personnel assistant at Schawmut Mills. Valley. Ala., in March 1974. Assistant personnel director-employment there in July of that year, personnel coordinator -distribution Centers (based in West Point. Ga. i in September 1975. personnel director at Undale Mill. Undale. Ga., in August 1976. and. in February 1979. employee relations director at Undale — the position he held until his assignment as employee relations director for Mission Valley. Iselin and AFD offices.
A native of Albany, Ga., Bateman completed Albany High School and earned his BA degree rn Political Science at Georgia Southern College. Stateboro and his MBA degree at Western New England College. Springfield
He and his wide. the former Elizabeth .Anna Cathey, of Rome. Ga . and children Margaret Legh. Dons Elizabeth and Edwin Neal. III reside at 147 Inspiration Dnve. New Braunfels
Other promotions at the New Braunfels facility include.
Donald G. Compton has been promoted to the newly created position of superintendent - yarn manufatunng.
Compton formerly was department head - quality control-product development at Mission Valley from November 1964
He joined the company in February 1963 at Mission Valley, where he was department head -quality control until January 1966. iirector - quality control-cost until February 1969. and department head - spinning until June 1972. when he assumed the duties of manager -industrial engineering at Mission Valley Mill and Iselin Mill, New Braunfels He was named assistant manager of Mission Valley Mill in March 1973 and manager of Mexia Mill. Mexia. Texas, in November 1973 He returned ti Mission Valley in January 1975 as manager • fabric
development-testing — the position he held until his last assignment as department head - quality control-product development
A native of Seymour. Texas. Compton completed Seymour High School and earned his BS degree in Textile Engineering at Texas Tech University. Lubbock.
He and his wife. the former Rita L. Speightsof Denver City. Texas, have three children — Cnsti C. Cannon. Craig Allen and David Glendon — and reside at 838 Timber Drive. New Braunfels.
Jerry L. Clark has been promoted to the position of director - customer service
Clark formerly was controller -Mission Valley group at apparel fabrics division offices rn New Braunfels from July 1983 — his company continuous service date.
Earlier, from April 1983. he was controller with Knytex. Seguin.
Prior to that time. he was employed with Westpoint at AFD offices in New Braunfels as cost and budget manager from May 1979 and Mission Valley as budget manager from May 1978. as assistant cost manager from
February 1977. as plant cost accountant from May 1975. as junior cost accountant from March 1974. as junior cost clerk from January 1973. and as pattern checker-assistant designer in the design office from May 1970 He worked as a mail order clerk with the Comal cottons orgimzation of Mission Valley Mills. Inc., from January 1970 and from May 1966 until March 1968
A native of New Braunfels, Clark completed New Braunfels High School.
He and his wife. the former Debbie Rother, of Norfolk. Va . and two sons. Bradley Bowman and Jason Charles. reside at 337 Prince. New Braunfels
Micheal D. Brown has been promoted to the position of department head - quality control
Brown formerly was department head -central maintenance at Mission Valley Mill from May 1979
He joined the company in May 1974 at the Mission Valley facility, where he was a project engineer assigned to the office until July 1976 and a maintenance auditor in the industrial engineering department until hts assignment as department head -central maintenance.
A native of Alpine. Texas. Brown completed .Alpine High School and earned his BS degree in Textile Technology-Management at Texas Tech University. Lubbock.
He and his wife. the former Brenda Kay Dosser, of San Antonio, have a daughter. Brandy I>ee Morrison, and reside at 1143 Fox Run Circle, New Braunfels.
Guadalupe Castenada has been promoted to the newly created
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