Roto Frank of America Celebrates Its 40th Anniversary

Window & Door
May 10, 2019
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 L to R front row: Lauren Gister, Chris Dimou,
Susan Bysiewicz, Dr. Keill.
Back row: Marcus Sander, Jens Busse
  
Roto Frank of America Inc. celebrated its 40th Anniversary in Connecticut with a celebratory luncheon that included the Lt. Governor of Connecticut Susan Bysiewicz, State Senator Norm Needleman, Chester’s First Selectwoman Lauren Gister, the President and CEO of the German American Chamber of Commerce New York Dietmar Rieg, Middlesex Chamber of Commerce President Larry McHugh and Vice President Jeff Pugliese, and CT Invention Convention President Dr. Giannaros. The company also welcomed representatives from U.S. Senator Chris Murphy, U.S. Congressman Joe Courtney and State Representative Christine Palm’s offices, as well as many other dignitaries and invited guests. Roto Frank of America was honored to receive three citations.

Roto executives Dr. Eckhard Keill, Global CEO; Marcus Sander, incoming CEO of the window and door division; and Jens Busse, director western hemisphere, also joined from Roto’s corporate headquarters.

“Endurance isn’t easy and meaningful endurance is even harder," said Chris Dimou, president and CEO, during his keynote speech. "For an organization to endure for 40 years, and to be as relevant today as it was at the founding, is quite an accomplishment. But what matters most now is what we do next. We have to, and will continue to, relentlessly pursue what has made us successful in the first place: to create superior customer value.”