Here at Alpine Packaging, we’ve been hard at work designing and producing some exciting custom labels and unique packaging solutions for a variety of clients. To keep up with demand and to stay at the cutting edge of label and packaging trends, we’re excited to announce two new members of the Alpine family!
We are pleased to introduce Alpine’s new employees: Dory Rickard and Cheryl Ceol.
Dory Rickard – Quality Manager
Dory Rickard joined the Alpine team in June of 2016 as the Quality Manager. Dory brings with her 25 years of Quality Control and Production Management experience in various manufacturing environments including electronics, automotive, medical devices, and printing industries.
She has had formal training and daily practice with numerous concepts, such as Kaizen, Lean manufacturing, team-building, Six Sigma, Corrective Actions, mentoring, 5S principles, etc. She was responsible for overseeing Quality Management Systems, ISO 9001 system compliance, first articles, document control, inspection and product disposition.
She obtained an undergraduate degree from the University of Pittsburgh and a Master’s Degree from Duquesne University. Dory looks forward to being instrumental in Alpine’s continued growth and achieving the next level of success. She enjoys spending time with her family and friends at musicals, concerts, craft shows, and sports events as well getting acquainted with her newly-rescued dog named Shyla.
Cheryl Ceol – Graphic Production Team
Cheryl Ceol is a native Pennsylvanian artist who graduated from the Art Institute of Pittsburgh and has worked extensively in the flexography printing industry. She joins Alpine Packaging bringing traditional painting and design skills along with a graphics background. Her history also includes work as a coordinator with prepress, platemaking and production teams, managing various processes and quality assurance projects.
Her love for nature can be seen in her commission and plein air artwork. Logo design, portraits and illustrations are done in various mediums from watercolor, pen and ink, acrylics and oils.