20021002 Everest VIT Honored

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Unsung Heroes No Longer

Photo By Joe Gigli

Employees honored for 9/11 volunteerism

Mount Olive - Assemblyman Matt Ahearn (D-38th district) visited Everest VIT, Inc. in Flanders on Wednesday, Oct. 2, 2002 to present a ceremonial resolution recognizing the efforts of nine Everest employees at Ground Zero. (l-r) Assemblyman Ahearn and Nancy Fingerhood, Director of Constituent Services, for Assemblyman Ahearn's office tour Everest VIT with employees Lance Goldberg, production manager, who was at Ground Zero; and Sean Sandage, Customer Service Rep.

(above) Tom Smith, senior technician, solders a software board for the company's PTZ Camera, in the background are Assemblyman Matt Ahearn; and Sean Sandage, Customer Service Rep. (right) Everest VIT employee Jim Adams, receives the resolution from Assemblyman Ahearn.

MT. OLIVE Assemblyman Matt Ahearn (D-38th district) visited Everest VIT, Inc. in Flanders on Wednesday,

Photos By Joe Gigli

 Oct. 2, 2002 to present a ceremonial resolution recognizing the efforts of nine Everest employees at Ground Zero in the tedious search through the rubble for survivors in the days following the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks.

 The company's QuickView video inspection camera was chiefly used to quickly and safely view beneath the unstable rubble. The camera, with a powerful 72:1 zoom capacity, is a lighweight and portable system capable of illuminating a 20-square-foot space, and is powered by a long-lasting battery. With the use of the QuickView, other searchers were kept safe and rescue efforts were carried out expeditiously.

  Everest's trained operators who volunteered last year and honored this year are Ron Kessler, Nick

Bovasso, Rich Lindner, Lance Goldberg, Ted Zelinski, Garrett Kievit, Jeff Nystrand, Jim Adams and James Nystrand. They used advanced remote visual inspection equipment.

 Everest VIT is the industry leader in the development, sales, rental and on-site service of remote visual inspection equipment. Everest VIT's services and products enable companies to inspect machinery, facilities and infrastructure in the safest, quickest and most cost-effective manner possible. The company's products have been used to streamline the inpsection process in all industries where safety, security and accuracy are of paramount concern such as aviation, power generation, processing manufacturing and law enforcement.

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