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Chuck Holland (1957-2012)

Worked as Mutoh field service engineer the last nine years

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Charles “Chuck” Holland, a field service engineer for Mutoh America (Phoenix), died September 20, 2012, after having battled cancer for more than a decade. A Mutoh employee since 2003, he would have celebrated his nine-year anniversary next month. He primarily provided service support to Mutoh dealers. "They loved him for his expertise, humor and wealth of knowledge," stated Mutoh marketing coordinator Michelle Johnson.

 

 

Chuck received his degree in archeology and had a fondness for history and Indiana Jones. He also earned a degree in electronics from ITT Tech, which paved his path to Mutoh.

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