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StoneAge Inc. Announces New Director of Engineering, Kelley Crush

 StoneAge Inc., leading global manufacturer of waterblast tools and equipment, welcomes new Director of Engineering, Kelley Crush. 

 DURANGO, CO, June 01, 2021 — StoneAge Inc. is pleased to introduce Kelley Crush as its Director of Engineering. 

Kelley joins StoneAge with an over a decade of experience in industrial engineering, manufacturing, and leadership. As Director of Engineering, Kelley will oversee the company’s efforts to engineer advanced tools, equipment, and automated solutions for the industrial cleaning industry. 

“StoneAge is committed to creating new products, services, and technologies that improve safety and productivity for our customers worldwide,” said Kerry Siggins, CEO of StoneAge. “Kelley’s alignment with our Own-It mindset and long-standing passion for engineering innovation made him the obvious choice for our company. We’re thrilled to have him onboard!” 

“StoneAge has an incredibly talented team with an impressive legacy of customer-focused innovation,” Kelley shared. “Their investment towards technology and culture is clearly reflected in their success over the years and I’m looking forward to working with such a driven group.” 

Previously, Kelley was Engineering Manager and Product Development Lead at Stolle Machinery, a global manufacturer of high-speed automated capital equipment for the can making industry. Prior, Kelley served in mechanical engineering roles at Atlas Machine and Supply, a leading provider of industrial air compressors and machinery, and Samtec, a global manufacturer of electronic interconnect solutions. 

A dual graduate from the University of Louisville, Kelley holds a BS in Mechanical Engineering, as well as an MBA in Entrepreneurship. Kelley also holds various certifications, including the DFM/DFA (Design for Manufacturability and Assembly) Engineering Edge Certification. 

Kelley is currently working remote from Denver, CO, but looks forward to transitioning his family to Durango in the near future.