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Bentle Retires After 45 Years with Stedman

April 21, 2009

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Bentle Retires After 45 Years with Stedman

After more than 45 years of service with Stedman, Victor Bentle is retiring.

Bentle’s career at Stedman started in 1963, when he was hired as a draftsman. Shortly thereafter, he moved to the Parts Sales Department. In 1967, he was named manager of the Parts Department and continued in that capacity until retirement.

Although his official retirement date is May 12, he is on vacation from April 1 through May 12. Bentle will be spending more time with his family and friends, as well as in his workshop. He also enjoys traveling.

In business since 1834, Stedman is a leader in size reduction equipment. Based in Aurora, Indiana, the company has a full line of crushing equipment, full-scale test plant, and the ability to improve size reduction processes in a wide range of industries. For more information, visit www.stedman-machine.com.

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