Employee of the Month: Greg Sepanski

Congratulations Greg Sepanski on being Employee of the Month for May 2023


Greg has the crucial role of overseeing Quality at OneMonroe Ira, our business hinges on consistently delivering high-quality products and Greg has been doing an amazing at keeping this consistency for almost 14 years! It’s not easy being the guy who has to tell a Machinist or Project Manager or Sales Manager that they’re wrong on that detail or package that they’ve sunk hours into getting just right. Nothing we make here at Ira leaves this shop without Greg’s stamp and initials on the Job Traveler, and even when a mistake is found Greg ensures that the changes are made, the part is done to specifications, and does it professionally and courteously. Greg has an extensive knowledge of our equipment and tools and knows how to inspect any product if it’s possible. We’re known for our high-quality products we machine, and in our industry, quality is everything and Greg has had an integral role in building and ensuring the quality we’re known for. We appreciate everything you’ve done over the 14 years Greg and look forward to many more!… At least until he wants to go off Treasure Hunting with his Metal Detector or out fishing!  – Sam Sattler

Get to know Greg Sepanski

Employee name: Greg Sepanski aka “SKI”
Job Title: Quality Guru at Monroe Ira

How long have you worked for OneMonroe? Combined total of roughly 15 years @ Sattler Inc./Monroe

What do you like about working for OneMonroe? The comradery within our group of employees

What is one thing you love about your job? Insuring that the products leaving our facility is of the utmost quality

If you could add one thing to your office, what would it be? Toss up between a color printer and a coffee machine

Before Monroe, what was the most unusual or interesting job you have ever had? U.S.A.F. Flight Control System Specialist on the F-16 aircraft

Three words to best describe you. Happy, Reliable and Trustworthy

If you had to eat one meal every day for the rest of your life, what would it be? Deep Fried Walleye

If you were an animal, what would you be? I guess a bird, I love to fly

Do you have a hidden talent? What is it? Pretty darn good with a fishing pole or metal detector

What is one song you have completely memorized? Pink Floyd’s Comfortably Numb

What is one totally irrational fear that you have? The fear of falling

Best vacation you have been on? Aruba

Least favorite food? Peas

Do you have a motto or personal mantra? Work smarter not harder

What are your three most overused words/phrases? Really? Dude! and Circle Back

What is an ability you wish you had? To play guitar

What is one thing on your bucket list? To metal detect on the beach in Da Nang Vietnam

What do you like to do in your spare time? Fish and metal detect.

Would you rather be a tiny elephant or a giant hamster? A giant hamster running a giant hamster wheel.

If you won the lottery, what is the first thing you would do? Pay off my debt and throw the best blow out bash you’ve ever seen.

If you could meet anyone, living or dead, who would you meet? My grampa, he left earth when I was 16. He taught me to fish and I would love to fish with him one more time.

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