50 Year Celebration for Perry Massengill

Dec 22, 2020, 09:47 AM by Keith Walker

Perry Massengill recently celebrated his 50-year anniversary with Suburban, an Airxcel brand. Division president Art Klee noted the milestone with a congratulatory presentation.

Massengill began at Suburban in material controls. His commitment to providing unparalleled service helped him quickly advance to the position of cost analysis, where he has spent the majority of his career.

"We're very fortunate to have had Perry with us for so long and are pleased to help him celebrate this landmark achievement," said Klee. "He's a committed partner to our customers and an invaluable asset to Suburban." Massengill was honored by the entire company at a party where he received a commemorative plaque and gift.

Founded in 1947, Suburban is the RV industry's leading supplier of furnaces, water heaters and cooking appliances and has a history of retaining its product experts. One current employee has celebrated 60 years of service and Suburban now has three employees that have reached their 50-year milestone. Sixty-three people have been with the company 40 years and 86 have completed 30 years.


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