Volunteers Pack Meals for Hungry Children

On October 17, Western Window Systems volunteers helped prepare, weigh, and box meals at the Mesa, Arizona, facility of Feed My Starving Children.

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Western Window Systems Cyclists Pedal to Protect Desert

On October 13, Western Window Systems employees Richard Mazur, Antwuon Sanders, and Andrew Poet were part of a field of 2,000 cyclists who rode in the 15th Annual Tour de Scottsdale in Scottsdale,

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The Basket Cases Win the First WWS Small Ball Arcade Basketball Tournament

The first WWS Small Ball Arcade Basketball Tournament wrapped up at the night shift company gathering on October 1 , with The Basket Cases defeating The Fadeaways and MVP Nixon Petit beating myster

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WWS Volunteers Help Feed Starving Children Worldwide

On August 23, Western Window Systems volunteers spent the day at the Mesa, Arizona facility of Feed My Starving Children (FMSC) , a nonprofit organization that sends nutritious food boxes to people

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WWS Volunteers Donate Time, Supplies to Arizona’s Working Poor

On July 12, Western Window Systems employees assisted nearly 200 people in need during a volunteer event at ICM Food & Clothing Bank, a charitab

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Office Employee of the Month – May 2019

Abbas Ali

Abbas Ali, manager of financial planning and analysis, uses his expertise to assist in creating in-depth reports — from working with the sales department to analyze competitors’

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Engineers Katy Fefolt and Jacob Blackburn Become Certified Simulators

Two Western Window Systems engineers recently became certified simulators through the National Fenestration Rating Council (NFRC).

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Shop Employee of the Month (Day Shift) – May 2019

Keenan Langdon

The physical demands of being a loader are a welcome challenge for Keenan Langdon.

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Shop Employee of the Month (Night Shift) – May 2019

Mario Garcia

When it comes to Mario Garcia, lead in the shop’s frames department on night shift, the phrase “a real go-getter” is an understatement.

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