Heil taps Stamper

Dec. 27, 2007
Heil Environmental has named Crista Stamper chief quality officer (CQO). She will be responsible for leading the company’s “lean manufacturing initiatives”

Heil Environmental has named Crista Stamper chief quality officer (CQO). She will be responsible for leading the company’s “lean manufacturing initiatives” and Six Sigma processes, as well as integrating customer input into Heil’s business systems.

“Improving quality throughout all aspects of the Heil Environmental enterprise is a top priority for me and every member of the Heil team,” said Michael Jobe, Heil president. “By dedicating an experienced, talented individual such as Crista toward this vision, I am confident that we —and most importantly, our customers — will see significant improvement achievements.”

Stamper was previously plant manager for Dana Corp. in McKenzie, TN. She has a bachelor’s degree in management with a concentration in statistics from Ferris State College and a master’s of business administration from Oakland City University.

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