St. Louis, MO – Each year, EPIC Systems honors one of its employees with its highest honor – The EPIC Way Award. The EPIC Way Award is given to the employee who best exemplifies the principles and values upon which the company was founded.
EPIC’s Founding Principles were established in 1995 and remain the forces that drive us to deliver solutions for better manufacturing today. The Principles represent who we are as a company and demonstrate our desire to conduct ethical, good business in every facet of professional engagement.
This year’s award recipient is Chris Costello, a machine vision project engineer who has been with EPIC since 2014. He oversees quoting, designing, managing, programming, executing, and installing vision systems daily. Chris was presented with an engraved crystal trophy by EPIC President and Chief Operating Officer James Owen at the 2020 company meeting.
Following the presentation of the award, Director of Machine Vision Dan Nadolny congratulated Chris and thanked him for his commitment to the EPIC way.
“Ever since he started here, Chris has demonstrated a strong technical capability and work ethic.” Nadolny said. “The guy just holds the upmost integrity.”
Nadolny also added that Chris always finds a way to shuffle his full schedule around to help his teammates.
Present for the announcement was Costello’s mother and father.
Chris said he was extremely honored to receive the award.
“I appreciate everyone who nominated me. I can think of many others who would have been just as deserving of this award if not more,” he said.
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