Ken Kull

General Information

Experience

Roles  - Sipco

Education

Meadville Area Senior High School

mold design , Alliance College

Affiliations

Board Member  - NWPA NTMA

Recent News  

The Ken Kull Scholarship Fund was founded in loving memory of Kenneth Kull Oct. 25, 1956-June 1, 2005.
Ken was a dedicated and a loving family man. Son to Paul and Donna Kull. Ken also is the brother of Karen Rendulick and James Kull. Ken was a graduate of Meadville Area Senior High School and the tool and die program of Crawford County Area Vocational-Technical School. He studied mold design at Alliance College and served his apprenticeship at C & J Industries. Ken eventually came to call Sipco Molding Technologies his home in 1985. Ken served in many roles at Sipco in his more than 20 years of service. He was a toolmaker, mold processor, lead technician, head of engineering, high output extrusion technician, field service technician, customer startup and troubleshooting, and more. Through these men and women we will carry on the proud example of Ken Kull.

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Ken Kull Scholarship
Hagan Business Machines Scholarship

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Ken Kull Scholarship
Hagan Business Machines Scholarship Ken Kull Scholarship The Ken Kull Scholarship Fund was founded in loving memory of Kenneth Kull Oct. 25, 1956-June 1, 2005. Ken was a dedicated and a loving family man. Son to Paul and Donna Kull. Ken also is the brother of Karen Rendulick and James Kull. Ken was a graduate of Meadville Area Senior High School and the tool and die program of Crawford County Area Vocational-Technical School. He studied mold design at Alliance College and served his apprenticeship at C & J Industries. Ken eventually came to call Sipco Molding Technologies his home in 1985. Ken served in many roles at Sipco in his more than 20 years of service. He was a toolmaker, mold processor, lead technician, head of engineering, high output extrusion technician, field service technician, customer startup and troubleshooting, and more. Through these men and women we will carry on the proud example of Ken Kull.

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