Meet Kathy Cavasos: Breiner’s Last Line

When you are in the business of creating vital parts and pieces for the industries that Breiner Non-Metallics services, precision is crucial. That’s where Kathy Cavasos comes in. Kathy works in the cleaning department. Aside from cleaning out the slugs from different...

Meet Susie Sutton: A Member of the Breiner Family

For the last 23 years, if you’ve come into the Breiner Non-Metallics’ shop floor and gone over to the clicker (the press used for a variety of small and large die cuts) you will have been greeted by one person: Susie Sutton. Looking for a new line of work, Susie...

Meet Teresa Molen: 34 Years and Counting

If you take a look around Breiner Non-Metallics, you’ll notice a common theme with many of our employees: longevity. We have been in business for over 50 years and many of our employees have been with us for more than 25 years. Take Teresa Molen for example. It all...

Meet Carlos Rigney: The Man in the Shop

Shop foreman Carlos Rigney started working for Breiner Non-Metallics in 1984, but he says it felt more like the 60’s than the 80’s. Carlos remembers a time when there wasn’t paint on the walls of the shop (he never thought he’d ever see them painted). He remembers a...

Meet Jan Parker: Breiner’s Rock

Through all the years and all the changes around Breiner Non-Metallics, there has been one constant: Jan Parker. Jan has been a part of the Breiner family for 42 years. Yeah, let that sink in for a minute! She joined us in 1975 on shop floor working in the clicker...

Meet Jake Lucas: The Man Behind the Scenes

Jake Lucas doesn’t work in the spotlight, and that’s the way he likes it. “I prefer being behind the scenes,” Jake said. “I don’t need the glory or the spotlight, I just want to make sure I do the job and do it well.” In his role as Operations Manager at Breiner...