Davis-Standard Mourns Loss of Long-Time Plastics Engineer
Davis-Standard lost a loyal employee and friend on June 9, 2017, with the passing of Edward Trimpert, Sr., after complications from a heart attack. He will be fondly remembered and missed by all who knew him.
Trimpert spent the majority of his 20-year career as a plastics engineer with Davis-Standard, starting with Egan John Brown Plastics (now Davis-Standard) in 1983. Most recently, he worked as an international sales engineer in the sheet group covering Asia and Latin America. He was known as a hard worker and talented engineer, using his skill sets to grow the company and serve customers.
“Sheet extrusion was Ed’s passion. He was dedicated, a problem solver and an outstanding teacher, which endeared him to customers and colleagues alike. His absence will impact all who knew him,” says Steve DeAngelis, Davis-Standard vice president, Sheet and Foam.
In addition to his outstanding work on the job, Trimpert was an avid sports fan. He loved the Yankees and Cowboys, and was very involved in coaching his children’s sports teams. He is survived by his wife Theresa and two children Nikki and Eddie, Jr.
Davis-Standard extends its sympathy to Trimpert’s family.