Millennium Magazine_9th Ed

152 Millennium - A Marquis Who’s Who Magazine ENERGY, ENGINEERING AND MANUFACTURING Always enjoying the process of building objects, Thomas H. Weber began his career as an ironworker in 1981. Working in that role for 13 years, he attended the ITT Technical Institute, where he received an AA in electronics engineering technology in 1996. Upon receiving his degree, he served as a customer engineer III for Applied Materials for 10 years before becoming an equipment technician IV for ST Microelectronics from 2006 to 2009. From there, he briefly served as a maintenance technician for Graphic Converting Packaging and as a technician for Samsung Austin Semiconductor before working as a field service engineer III for ULVAC Technologies, a position he has held since 2011. Described by his colleagues as an individual who is always willing to work to meet the needs of his customers, Mr. Weber also holds a CompTIA A+ certification. Likewise, he has prior experience as a military policeman with the U.S. Army. A graduate of the Military Police Academy, he specialized in law enforcement and security. Looking toward the future, he intends to prepare the next generation to succeed him in his roles as he eases into a well-deserved retirement. FIELD SERVICE ENGINEER III ULVAC Technologies Mesquite, TX Since 2016, Nate Wolfe has excelled as a project engineer for Story Construction in Iowa. Previously serving several construction and electric companies beginning in 2007, he commenced his career as an engineering intern for the Iowa Department of Natural Resources, where he served for two years. He draws upon a Bachelor of Science in construction engineering from Iowa State University from 2010 and holds certificates in OSHA 30-hour course and a MSHA Form 5000-23 from the Mine Safety and Health Administration. Attributing his success to his passion for his work, his great team members and his diligent work ethic, Mr. Wolfe is a member of the United Way campaign and the safety committee of Story Construction. Although his career has been filled with highlights, he is especially proud of the projects on which he has worked over the years, which have challenged him in the most remarkable ways. Looking toward the future, Mr. Wolfe intends to attain the rank of project manager so he can complete more projects, manage employees and continue to involve himself in his love for engineering. PROJECT ENGINEER Story Construction Ankeny, IA Millennium Magazine Featured Listee NATE WOLFE THOMAS H. WEBER