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Henry Schoenemann Named JPSA Laser Refurb Manager
Mar 2008
schoenemann.jpgHenry Schoenemann has been named manager of laser refurbishment at JPSA, a Manchester, N.H., provider of excimer laser services and industrial ultraviolet laser technology for microfabrication. Schoenemann, who will manage the JPSA's laser repair and refurbishment laboratory, services and spare parts inventory, was formerly manager of industrial machinery installation and maintenance at Hendrix Wire & Cable Inc. of Milford. He also has experience as an electrical contractor and a manufacturing manager and engineer. He has a BS in engineering technology and an AS in nuclear engineering.

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