Railing Dynamics Inc. Mourns the Loss of its Co-founder and President; Names New Executives
June 7, 2010

Railing Dynamics Inc. (RDI) announces the untimely passing of company co-founder and president, Andrew Terrels, who died unexpectedly of a heart attack while traveling overseas on April 24. He was 53. Terrels co-founded RDI in 1989 with his brother, Christopher, who will now serves as president of the company.

“The RDI family has suffered a great loss. Andy was a well admired, talented leader who was a mentor and inspiration to everyone who had the pleasure of knowing him, and we are deeply saddened by his passing,” said Carol Lyn Groce, marketing communications manager. “Andy was a dedicated individual who wholeheartedly enjoyed life and had a natural ability to communicate with all types of people, regardless of their position within the company. Andy has been a great influence on the people of RDI; his unique vision helped make RDI the company it is today. We are all fortunate for having known him.”

RDI’s management team has, in light of Terrels’ passing, taken measures to ensure that all business activities continue without interruption. Chris Terrels, formerly vice president of RDI, has taken on the role of president.

“Chris is a dynamic individual who has great expertise in business development and strategic initiatives,” said Chris Schneider, director of product development. “A fantastic leader and dedicated individual, we are sure that Chris will be extremely successful in his role as president.”

Jon Gronow, director of finance, has been appointed executive vice president of RDI.

“As director of finance of RDI for more than eight years, he has proven to be a diligent, committed, knowledgeable individual who is dedicated to RDI and its customers. Jon worked side-by-side with Andy for many years, and shared Andy’s ambition and vision. Jon’s work over the years in managing RDI’s financial operations on a day-to-day basis as well as his customer-driven vision made him the natural choice for executive vice president,” said Chris Terrels.

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