Several employees at Magna Seating in Excelsior Springs have achieved 25 years of service.  

Employees were invited to a special lunch with management staff and awarded certificates and 25-year service pins.  

Excelsior Springs Seating opened in 1993 as Douglas & Lomason and was then purchased by Magna in 1996.

Magna Picture 1

Pictured back row from left, Randy Myers of Lawson, Jamie Crawford of Excelsior Springs, Anthony Price of Excelsior Springs, Peggy Ables of Lawson and Michael Robinson of Richmond; front row, Rochelle Hearn of Liberty, Tammy Wetzel of Lawson, Lassandra Harris of Excelsior Springs and Vickie Sanborn of Lawson.

Employees at the plant have built vehicle seats for the Ford Contour, Mercury Mystique, Escape, Mariner, and currently, the Ford Transit Van.  The plant has won six Ford World Excellence Awards from 2005 – 2010.  Through floods, tornadoes, and lay off, these employees remained dedicated and loyal.

The Management team said they would like to thank the employees for their years of service.

Magna Picture 2

Pictured back row from left, Randy Shouse of Excelsior Springs, Brian Tucker of Lawson and Greg Rogers of Excelsior Springs; front row, Lana Fletcher of Orrick, Gabe Coates of Excelsior Springs and Don Litle of Excelsior Springs.

“We would not be the success we are today without their hard work and senior leadership,” they said.

**Pictured back row from left, Randy Shouse of Excelsior Springs, Brian Tucker of Lawson and Greg Rogers of Excelsior Springs; front row, Lana Fletcher of Orrick, Gabe Coates of Excelsior Springs and Don Litle of Excelsior Springs.**

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