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Hatch Stamping Daily Update – June 30, 2020 — THE LAST POSTING FOR THIS SITE

REMINDER:  The Employee Website will no longer be available as of July 1, 2020

When we began with the employee website and started posting on March 24, 2020 we still had snow on the ground in Michigan.  Now here we are with July 4th right around the bend. After fourteen weeks of continuous posting, the time has come to discontinue the employee website.

Today, June 30th  is the last day you will be able to access the site and check out previous posts – use the search feature on the left side of the screen if you have something specific in mind.  On Wednesday, July 1st, you will no longer be able to access the site.  If you have questions, please contact your HR representative.  The contact information is listed below.

The past fourteen weeks have been interesting to say the least.  We have weathered through something most of us thought we would never see happen in our lifetime, and we are stronger because of it.  We have had a lot of fun with the daily postings.  We’ve been able to take virtual tours, learn about eagles, clouds, history and a host of other things.  We’ve worked on arts and crafts and tried new recipes.  So, if you’d like to look up the Disney recipe for Dole Whip (April 27th posting), or re-read the post about Lindbergh and Earhart (May 20th posting), or any other posting you were interested in, you still have the opportunity to do so today.

Enjoy the rest of your summer, and please continue to be safe and diligent in protecting yourself and others from Covid-19.

Contact Information

Corporate

Human Resources

Judi Wooten – Corporate: 734-320-3213

Benefits – Lauren Wilson: 734-260-9508

Payroll – Tracy Durant : 734-660-6238

Misc. – Diane Overmyer : 734-476-3706

Portland

Brandi Vinje: 734-674-2897

Portland Plant Management

Plant Manager – Stephen Orey: 734-301-8020

Assistant Plant Manager – Jeff Taylor: 734-883-1591

IT Main Point of Contact

Steve Rauscher: 734-624-8115

by Hatch Stamping Hatch Stamping

Hatch Stamping Daily Update – June 30, 2020 — THE LAST POSTING FOR THIS SITE

REMINDER:  The Employee Website will no longer be available as of July 1, 2020

When we began with the employee website and started posting on March 24, 2020 we still had snow on the ground in Michigan.  Now here we are with July 4th right around the bend. After fourteen weeks of continuous posting, the time has come to discontinue the employee website.

Today, June 30th  is the last day you will be able to access the site and check out previous posts – use the search feature on the left side of the screen if you have something specific in mind.  On Wednesday, July 1st, you will no longer be able to access the site.  If you have questions, please contact your HR representative.  The contact information is listed below.

The past fourteen weeks have been interesting to say the least.  We have weathered through something most of us thought we would never see happen in our lifetime, and we are stronger because of it.  We have had a lot of fun with the daily postings.  We’ve been able to take virtual tours, learn about eagles, clouds, history and a host of other things.  We’ve worked on arts and crafts and tried new recipes.  So, if you’d like to look up the Disney recipe for Dole Whip (April 27th posting), or re-read the post about Lindbergh and Earhart (May 20th posting), or any other posting you were interested in, you still have the opportunity to do so today.

Enjoy the rest of your summer, and please continue to be safe and diligent in protecting yourself and others from Covid-19.

Contact Information

Corporate and Industrial Drive 

Judi Wooten Corporate: 734-320-3213

Benefits – Lauren Wilson: 734-260-9508

Payroll – Tracy Durant: 734-660-6238

Misc. – Diane Overmyer: 734-476-3706

Howell and Fowlerville

Generalist – Colleen Krueger: 734-330-5835

IT Main Point of Contact for All locations

Steve Rauscher:  734-624-8115

by Hatch Stamping Hatch Stamping

Hatch Stamping Daily Update – June 30, 2020 –THE LAST POSTING FOR THIS SITE

REMINDER:  The Employee Website will no longer be available as of July 1, 2020

When we began with the employee website and started posting on March 24, 2020 we still had snow on the ground in Michigan.  Now here we are with July 4th right around the bend. After fourteen weeks of continuous posting, the time has come to discontinue the employee website.

Today, June 30th  is the last day you will be able to access the site and check out previous posts – use the search feature on the left side of the screen if you have something specific in mind.  On Wednesday, July 1st, you will no longer be able to access the site.  If you have questions, please contact your HR representative.  The contact information is listed below.

The past fourteen weeks have been interesting to say the least.  We have weathered through something most of us thought we would never see happen in our lifetime, and we are stronger because of it.  We have had a lot of fun with the daily postings.  We’ve been able to take virtual tours, learn about eagles, clouds, history and a host of other things.  We’ve worked on arts and crafts and tried new recipes.  So, if you’d like to look up the Disney recipe for Dole Whip (April 27th posting), or re-read the post about Lindbergh and Earhart (May 20th posting), or any other posting you were interested in, you still have the opportunity to do so today.

Enjoy the rest of your summer, and please continue to be safe and diligent in protecting yourself and others from Covid-19.

Contact Information

Human Resources

Judi Wooten Corporate: 734-320-3213

Benefits – Lauren Wilson: 734-260-9508

Payroll – Tracy Durant: 734-660-6238

Misc. – Diane Overmyer: 734-476-3706

Chattanooga

Generalist – Carol Devilbiss: 423-667-3145

Chattanooga Plant Management

Plant Manager – Erick Rios: 734-593-0386

Plant Assistant Manager – Eric Gatlin: 734-593-0392

IT Main Point of Contact

Steve Rauscher: 734-624-8115

by Hatch Stamping Hatch Stamping

Hatch Stamping Daily Update – June 30, 2020 — THE LAST POSTING FOR THIS SITE

REMINDER:  The Employee Website will no longer be available as of July 1, 2020

When we began with the employee website and started posting on March 24, 2020 we still had snow on the ground in Michigan.  Now here we are with July 4th right around the bend. After fourteen weeks of continuous posting, the time has come to discontinue the employee website.

Today, June 30th  is the last day you will be able to access the site and check out previous posts – use the search feature on the left side of the screen if you have something specific in mind.  On Wednesday, July 1st, you will no longer be able to access the site.  If you have questions, please contact your HR representative.  The contact information is listed below.

The past fourteen weeks have been interesting to say the least.  We have weathered through something most of us thought we would never see happen in our lifetime, and we are stronger because of it.  We have had a lot of fun with the daily postings.  We’ve been able to take virtual tours, learn about eagles, clouds, history and a host of other things.  We’ve worked on arts and crafts and tried new recipes.  So, if you’d like to look up the Disney recipe for Dole Whip (April 27th posting), or re-read the post about Lindbergh and Earhart (May 20th posting), or any other posting you were interested in, you still have the opportunity to do so today.

Enjoy the rest of your summer, and please continue to be safe and diligent in protecting yourself and others from Covid-19.

Contact Information

Lorena Rodriguez  2531060 ext 524

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Hatch Stamping Daily Update – June 29, 2020

Announcement:  The Employee Website will no longer be available as of July 1, 2020

When we began with the employee website and started posting on March 24, 2020 we still had snow on the ground in Michigan.  Now here we are with July 4th right around the bend. After fourteen weeks of continuous posting, the time has come to discontinue the employee website.

Today and tomorrow, June 29th and 30th you will be able to access the site and check out previous posts – use the search feature on the left side of the screen if you have something specific in mind.  On Wednesday, July 1st, you will no longer be able to access the site.  If you have questions, please contact your HR representative.  The contact information is listed below.

The past fourteen weeks have been interesting to say the least.  We have weathered through something most of us thought we would never see happen in our lifetime, and we are stronger because of it.  We have had a lot of fun with the daily postings.  We’ve been able to take virtual tours, learn about eagles, clouds, history and a host of other things.  We’ve worked on arts and crafts and tried new recipes.  So, if you’d like to look up the Disney recipe for Dole Whip (April 27th posting), or re-read the post about Lindbergh and Earhart (May 20th posting), or any other posting you were interested in, you still have the opportunity to do so today and tomorrow.

Enjoy the rest of your summer, and please continue to be safe and diligent in protecting yourself and others from Covid-19.

Contact Information

Lorena Rodriguez  2531060 ext 524

by Hatch Stamping Hatch Stamping

Hatch Stamping Daily Update – June 29, 2020

Announcement:  The Employee Website will no longer be available as of July 1, 2020

When we began with the employee website and started posting on March 24, 2020 we still had snow on the ground in Michigan.  Now here we are with July 4th right around the bend. After fourteen weeks of continuous posting, the time has come to discontinue the employee website.

Today and tomorrow, June 29th and 30th you will be able to access the site and check out previous posts – use the search feature on the left side of the screen if you have something specific in mind.  On Wednesday, July 1st, you will no longer be able to access the site.  If you have questions, please contact your HR representative.  The contact information is listed below.

The past fourteen weeks have been interesting to say the least.  We have weathered through something most of us thought we would never see happen in our lifetime, and we are stronger because of it.  We have had a lot of fun with the daily postings.  We’ve been able to take virtual tours, learn about eagles, clouds, history and a host of other things.  We’ve worked on arts and crafts and tried new recipes.  So, if you’d like to look up the Disney recipe for Dole Whip (April 27th posting), or re-read the post about Lindbergh and Earhart (May 20th posting), or any other posting you were interested in, you still have the opportunity to do so today and tomorrow.

Enjoy the rest of your summer, and please continue to be safe and diligent in protecting yourself and others from Covid-19.

Contact Information

Human Resources

Judi Wooten Corporate: 734-320-3213

Benefits – Lauren Wilson: 734-260-9508

Payroll – Tracy Durant: 734-660-6238

Misc. – Diane Overmyer: 734-476-3706

Chattanooga

Generalist – Carol Devilbiss: 423-667-3145

Chattanooga Plant Management

Plant Manager – Erick Rios: 734-593-0386

Plant Assistant Manager – Eric Gatlin: 734-593-0392

IT Main Point of Contact

Steve Rauscher: 734-624-8115

by Hatch Stamping Hatch Stamping

Hatch Stamping Daily Update – June 29, 2020

Announcement:  The Employee Website will no longer be available as of July 1, 2020

When we began with the employee website and started posting on March 24, 2020 we still had snow on the ground in Michigan.  Now here we are with July 4th right around the bend. After fourteen weeks of continuous posting, the time has come to discontinue the employee website.

Today and tomorrow, June 29th and 30th you will be able to access the site and check out previous posts – use the search feature on the left side of the screen if you have something specific in mind.  On Wednesday, July 1st, you will no longer be able to access the site.  If you have questions, please contact your HR representative.  The contact information is listed below.

The past fourteen weeks have been interesting to say the least.  We have weathered through something most of us thought we would never see happen in our lifetime, and we are stronger because of it.  We have had a lot of fun with the daily postings.  We’ve been able to take virtual tours, learn about eagles, clouds, history and a host of other things.  We’ve worked on arts and crafts and tried new recipes.  So, if you’d like to look up the Disney recipe for Dole Whip (April 27th posting), or re-read the post about Lindbergh and Earhart (May 20th posting), or any other posting you were interested in, you still have the opportunity to do so today and tomorrow.

Enjoy the rest of your summer, and please continue to be safe and diligent in protecting yourself and others from Covid-19.

Contact Information

Corporate and Industrial Drive 

Judi Wooten Corporate: 734-320-3213

Benefits – Lauren Wilson: 734-260-9508

Payroll – Tracy Durant: 734-660-6238

Misc. – Diane Overmyer: 734-476-3706

Howell and Fowlerville

Generalist – Colleen Krueger: 734-330-5835

IT Main Point of Contact for All locations

Steve Rauscher:  734-624-8115

by Hatch Stamping Hatch Stamping

Hatch Stamping Daily Update – June 29, 2020

Announcement:  The Employee Website will no longer be available as of July 1, 2020

When we began with the employee website and started posting on March 24, 2020 we still had snow on the ground in Michigan.  Now here we are with July 4th right around the bend. After fourteen weeks of continuous posting, the time has come to discontinue the employee website.

Today and tomorrow, June 29th and 30th you will be able to access the site and check out previous posts – use the search feature on the left side of the screen if you have something specific in mind.  On Wednesday, July 1st, you will no longer be able to access the site.  If you have questions, please contact your HR representative.  The contact information is listed below.

The past fourteen weeks have been interesting to say the least.  We have weathered through something most of us thought we would never see happen in our lifetime, and we are stronger because of it.  We have had a lot of fun with the daily postings.  We’ve been able to take virtual tours, learn about eagles, clouds, history and a host of other things.  We’ve worked on arts and crafts and tried new recipes.  So, if you’d like to look up the Disney recipe for Dole Whip (April 27th posting), or re-read the post about Lindbergh and Earhart (May 20th posting), or any other posting you were interested in, you still have the opportunity to do so today and tomorrow.

Enjoy the rest of your summer, and please continue to be safe and diligent in protecting yourself and others from Covid-19.

Contact Information

Corporate

Human Resources

Judi Wooten – Corporate: 734-320-3213

Benefits – Lauren Wilson: 734-260-9508

Payroll – Tracy Durant : 734-660-6238

Misc. – Diane Overmyer : 734-476-3706

Portland

Brandi Vinje: 734-674-2897

Portland Plant Management

Plant Manager – Stephen Orey: 734-301-8020

Assistant Plant Manager – Jeff Taylor: 734-883-1591

IT Main Point of Contact

Steve Rauscher: 734-624-8115

by Hatch Stamping Hatch Stamping

Hatch Stamping Daily Update – June 26, 2020

Welcome

Today is Friday, June 26, 2020!  Officially past the start of summer and longing for the ability to travel!  We thought you might like a virtual drive via U.S. Route 66.  We recognize that not everyone has been on the journey they want at this time but are sure that you will find this trip down memory lane for some or a new adventure for others interesting!

We continue to anticipate seeing the team together in person again and hope this posting finds you well.  Thank you for continuing to visit us virtually.

Hatch Stamping Company currently has no reported cases of the corona virus.

Remember there are no postings over the weekend, so we will see you on Monday.  Stay well and stay connected!

Health and Wellness

Route 66

U.S. Route 66 or U.S. Highway 66 (US 66 or Route 66), also known as the Will Rogers Highway, the Main Street of America or the Mother Road, was one of the original highways in the U.S. Highway System. US 66 was established on November 11, 1926, with road signs erected the following year. The highway, which became one of the most famous roads in the United States, originally ran from Chicago, Illinois, through Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, and Arizona before ending in Santa Monica in Los Angeles County, California, covering a total of 2,448 miles (3,940 km).

Click on the image for a better view of the map

US 66 served as a primary route for those who migrated west, especially during the Dust Bowl of the 1930s, and the road supported the economies of the communities through which it passed. People doing business along the route became prosperous due to the growing popularity of the highway, and those same people later fought to keep the highway alive in the face of the growing threat of being bypassed by the new Interstate Highway System.

US 66 underwent many improvements and realignments over its lifetime, but was officially removed from the United States Highway System in 1985 after it had been replaced in its entirety by segments of the Interstate Highway System. Portions of the road that passed through Illinois, Missouri, New Mexico, and Arizona have been communally designated a National Scenic Byway by the name “Historic Route 66”, returning the name to some maps. Several states have adopted significant bypassed sections of the former US 66 into their state road networks as State Route 66. The corridor is also being redeveloped into U.S. Bicycle Route 66, a part of the United States Bicycle Route System that was developed in the 2010s.

Historic US Highway 66 spans the heart of America, symbolizing mobility, freedom, and pursuit of the American Dream. Highly celebrated through literature, film, and song, Route 66 is of national significance as a symbol of America’s transportation history and the impact of the automobile. Perhaps more than any other highway, Route 66 has come to symbolize hope, progress, and the spirit of adventure. In 1985, US Highway 66 was decommissioned as a federal highway, but continues to live on in the American consciousness as “Route 66.”

The National Park Service Route 66 Corridor Preservation Program
In recognition of the significance of Route 66 to America’s heritage, Congress passed an Act in 1999 to create the Route 66 Corridor Preservation Program. Administered by the National Park Service, National Trails Intermountain Region, the program preserves the special places and stories of this historic highway. The program collaborates with private, nonprofit, and government partners to identify and prioritize Route 66 preservation needs. The program provides cost-share grants to help preserve the most significant and representative historic sites related to the route’s period of significance (1926-1985). It also assists preservation planning, research, and educational initiatives, and serves as a clearinghouse for preservation information and technical assistance. Since 2001, over 100 projects have received cost-share grant assistance across the route.

Set to legislatively terminate at the end of 2009, the program was reauthorized on March 30, 2009 for an additional 10 years. Under the new authorization, the program will continue to offer grants, technical assistance, clearinghouse functions, and pursue long-term priorities to sustain preservation efforts along Route 66.

by Hatch Stamping Hatch Stamping

Hatch Stamping Daily Update – June 26, 2020

Welcome

Today is Friday, June 26, 2020!  Officially past the start of summer and longing for the ability to travel!  We thought you might like a virtual drive via U.S. Route 66.  We recognize that not everyone has been on the journey they want at this time but are sure that you will find this trip down memory lane for some or a new adventure for others interesting!

We continue to anticipate seeing the team together in person again and hope this posting finds you well.  Thank you for continuing to visit us virtually.

Hatch Stamping Company currently has no reported cases of the corona virus.

Remember there are no postings over the weekend, so we will see you on Monday.  Stay well and stay connected!

Health and Wellness

Route 66

U.S. Route 66 or U.S. Highway 66 (US 66 or Route 66), also known as the Will Rogers Highway, the Main Street of America or the Mother Road, was one of the original highways in the U.S. Highway System. US 66 was established on November 11, 1926, with road signs erected the following year. The highway, which became one of the most famous roads in the United States, originally ran from Chicago, Illinois, through Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, and Arizona before ending in Santa Monica in Los Angeles County, California, covering a total of 2,448 miles (3,940 km).

Click on the image for a better view of the map

US 66 served as a primary route for those who migrated west, especially during the Dust Bowl of the 1930s, and the road supported the economies of the communities through which it passed. People doing business along the route became prosperous due to the growing popularity of the highway, and those same people later fought to keep the highway alive in the face of the growing threat of being bypassed by the new Interstate Highway System.

US 66 underwent many improvements and realignments over its lifetime, but was officially removed from the United States Highway System in 1985 after it had been replaced in its entirety by segments of the Interstate Highway System. Portions of the road that passed through Illinois, Missouri, New Mexico, and Arizona have been communally designated a National Scenic Byway by the name “Historic Route 66”, returning the name to some maps. Several states have adopted significant bypassed sections of the former US 66 into their state road networks as State Route 66. The corridor is also being redeveloped into U.S. Bicycle Route 66, a part of the United States Bicycle Route System that was developed in the 2010s.

Historic US Highway 66 spans the heart of America, symbolizing mobility, freedom, and pursuit of the American Dream. Highly celebrated through literature, film, and song, Route 66 is of national significance as a symbol of America’s transportation history and the impact of the automobile. Perhaps more than any other highway, Route 66 has come to symbolize hope, progress, and the spirit of adventure. In 1985, US Highway 66 was decommissioned as a federal highway, but continues to live on in the American consciousness as “Route 66.”

The National Park Service Route 66 Corridor Preservation Program
In recognition of the significance of Route 66 to America’s heritage, Congress passed an Act in 1999 to create the Route 66 Corridor Preservation Program. Administered by the National Park Service, National Trails Intermountain Region, the program preserves the special places and stories of this historic highway. The program collaborates with private, nonprofit, and government partners to identify and prioritize Route 66 preservation needs. The program provides cost-share grants to help preserve the most significant and representative historic sites related to the route’s period of significance (1926-1985). It also assists preservation planning, research, and educational initiatives, and serves as a clearinghouse for preservation information and technical assistance. Since 2001, over 100 projects have received cost-share grant assistance across the route.

Set to legislatively terminate at the end of 2009, the program was reauthorized on March 30, 2009 for an additional 10 years. Under the new authorization, the program will continue to offer grants, technical assistance, clearinghouse functions, and pursue long-term priorities to sustain preservation efforts along Route 66.