Dale Hogeback is FASCOR’s Chief Technical Officer and has been with the company for nearly 35 years.

DALE-HOGEBACK-FASCOR-CTO-WAREHOUSE-MANAGEMENT-sDale is responsible for overseeing development and maintenance of our supply chain execution solutions and products.  He also helps us to stay on top of new technology trends.  We caught up with Dale just long enough to get his answers to four quick questions.

Q: Can you tell us a little about yourself?

I grew up in Owensville, a small town east of Cincinnati.  I attended the University of Dayton earning a degree in Electronics Engineering.  My wife Angie and I have been married for thirty years and are proud parents of two children; Lynn and Adam.  Lynn is a teacher in the Cleveland area and Adam is working for a local power tools distributor and finishing his college degree in Business Administration.

Q: What do you like best about working at FASCOR?

We’re a family-owned company and all of us who work here have a real sense of belonging to the FASCOR family.  We sincerely care about one another and our company and take extra pride in our work.  Each of us realize that we each have an important role in satisfying the customer and growing our business so we all pitch in to do whatever is needed to get the job done.

Q: What’s the most rewarding and challenging parts of your job?

I get a lot of satisfaction from leading the development of new solutions that have a positive impact on our customers’ operations.  Seeing the results of the implementation and knowing how it’s going to significantly affect their business is very rewarding.  FASCOR is a growing company, which can present some “good” challenges.  I, along with the entire development staff, must work to keep pace with this growth and continue to provide our customers with the level of quality and responsiveness they’ve come to expect.

Q: OK, enough about work. What do you like to do in your free time?

I enjoy camping, fishing and exploring new restaurants with my wife and friends.  Like many parents I worry excessively about my kids; so I guess you could call that a hobby.


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