Friday the 13th a good omen for retirement
During a small celebration on Friday, November 13th 2015, Robert Fritsch, managing director along with Wolfgang Mutter, technical director and numerous colleagues bid farewell to “Mr. Service,” Bernd Loch after an over 34 year career with Milling and Sizing.
Mr. Loch began his career 1981 and was responsible for the technical support of the FRITSCH laboratory instruments. From 2000 he was in charge of quality management and the implementation of the ISO 2000 guidelines for FRITSCH instruments. Mr. Fritsch emphasized the enormous know-how of the future retiree and mentioned how unproblematic the realization of the guidelines was. He also explained that Mr. Loch was known as the Mr. Service of FRITSCH and tremendously valued by customers.
Afterwards Wolfgang Mutter addressed personal words to Bernd Loch – including amusing anecdotes “I am afraid that out of habit I will look for Bernd when technical problems occur.” He also assumed that Mr. Support would get dressed on Monday and drive to work.” In conclusion, advised Mr. Mutter the new retiree to “keep on rocking,” which will not be difficult for the hobby musician.
Since Bernd Loch will hopefully have a lot of time to travel, Tanja Scherer presented him the name of the work council and the employees, a travel guide about Garda Lake, Mr. Lochs’ favourite vacation destination. So maybe now during his retirement he can discover unknown places along the lake during his retirement.
All the way from Poland travelled Dr. Joachim Jonca, manager of the Polish FRITSCH Representation Silesia Projekt in order to say goodbye personally: “Bernd, I thought that I would not see you leaving the company.” Mr. Jonca also thanked Bernd Loch for the good cooperation during many years.
The entire FRITSCH staff wishes Mr. Loch all the best for the future and above all good health.
Robert Fritsch as well as the entire FRITSCH staff, wishes the brand new retiree all the best for the future and above all good health.