Products Finishing Magazine recognizes the efforts of Reliable Plating Works, Inc, Elite Finishing LLC and their team of dedicated volunteers working to help St Joseph Academy.
St Joseph Academy is a school and daycare on Milwaukee’s south side. Most students come from low-income families that want a good faith-based education for their children. SJA does a terrific job with schoolwork and an even better job of teaching the children how to be loving, caring, and helpful human beings. RPW President Jaime Maliszewski has chaired the Golf Outing for the past 15 years, and Cory Savage of Savage Solutions has been his co-chair for the past two years. Jaime and Cory, with a group of dedicated committee members, worked hard to make this event a success. 132 golfers, along with numerous sponsors, showed tremendous charity to the school. Donations helped raise over $45,000, which will be used to fund a major building expansion at SJA! RPW and Elite had four teams at the event, and many of our customers and suppliers played as well. To all of our friends that came to the event and helped children in need: thank you!
Staffing Partners – Polco Metal Finishing – Savage Solutions – Hays Company – Florida Cirtech – ChromeTech – First Business Bank – Waterstone Bank – Enthone – PNC Bank – Hunter Chemical – Ward & Kennedy – Quarles & Brady – Milport Chemical – John Haske – Metal Finishing Solutions – Micron Metal Finishing – So Clean – Scientific Control Labs – Midwest Finishing Systems, Inc. – Phil Devlin – Sigma Environmental
Little John left a mark on this planet that went worldwide. His fifty years in this industry were not forgotten when he passed July 1st of this year, but will live on. A great article in Products Finishing, an international trade magazine, remembers the man who not only affected the industry he worked in for fifty years, but his family and community as well. The article really captures John Przybylinski, the man, and what he meant to everyone that he touched. He will be greatly missed, but never forgotten.
Julian Maliszewski joined the company in April 1929 and became the company’s bookkeeper. At that time RPW employed five people who ran polishing and buffing equipment, as well as, hand dipping Copper, Nickel, Chrome, Cadmium and Zinc plating.