FloraCraft honors employees

December 6, 2013


Fran Keson and Mike Bentz, center, were recognized for their years of service. Keason has worked at Floracraft for 40 years and Bentz has been there for 25. They are flanked by Floracraft executives Vic Burwell and Jim Scatena.

LUDINGTON — FloraCraft Corporation honored its employees Friday afternoon with a company-wide luncheon. During the event, employees were recognized for their longevity and their attendance records. CEO Jim Scatena said the company takes pride that many of its 200 Ludington employees have been there for several years, which is a testimony of what type of place FloraCraft is to work.

Among those recognized was Fran Keson, who has worked for the company for 40 years, and Mark Bentz, who has been there 25 years. Human Resources Manager Linda DeVries was also honored for her 32 years of service. DeVries is retiring this month.

FloraCraft is the world’s largest fabricator and supplier of Sytrofoam brand foam products for the craft, floral, display and special event industries. It began in 1946 as Foliage Company of America. The company has facilities in Arkansas, California and China with over 300 employees.


Jim Scatena stands with Linda DeVries

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