Cartwright continues her grandfather’s journey in the printing industry
Written by Walsworth Staff
For the rest of this year, Walsworth will be featuring an Employee Spotlight series on its websites as part of the company’s celebration of its 85th anniversary. Walsworth’s people are our most important resource and the Employee Spotlights will give you a chance to get to know them better.
Bindery Department- Ripon, Wisconsin
At Walsworth, I am a trim/fold operator. I set up a trimmer and operate it to trim covers, set up the folders according to how many folds the item gets and operate the folders.
I am the first step to creating a book in the production area. My day starts by prioritizing what needs to be worked on and in what order. Usually, my days are busy from the time I start work until I leave at the end of the day.
I have worked at Walsworth for 25 years.
I was attracted to the printing industry by my grandfather. He worked in the printing industry, and I was curious as to how a book was made.
What I love most about my working here is my job is interesting and there is never a dull moment.
If I had a personalized coffee mug at work, it would say “Warning: Approach with caution! I have not had my CAFFEINE yet!”
I want to come to work every day because I enjoy my job and the people I work with.
Outside the workplace, I enjoy horseback riding, reading, card games and spending time with family and friends. My family is great.
I feel Walsworth has contributed to my future through its offering of benefits and the 401k program.
I give back to my community by doing volunteer work. I am involved in an outreach program that my church offers once a month.
My favorite part of working at Walsworth is that you become like a family.
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