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New faces at Southern Ionics

January 29, 2013

Southen Ionics introduced several new employees to the West Point Corporate Office over the past weeks.
Diana Lowrimore moved to West Point at an early age; was home schooled and continued her education and received an Associates Degree in Electronic Technology from EMCC. She enjoys playing the piano and singing at her church. She and her husband Drew, make their home in West Point. She was previously employed with SiTel of Starkville. She is now Purchasing Coordinator for Southern Ionics.
Clifton Hayes is a native of Louisville, and a graduate of MSU. He, his wife Shamie and two children still reside in Louisville, but will be relocating in the near future. He was previously employed with Jabil Global Services of Olive Branch, where he was a senior commodity buyer and purchasing analyst. He is now Purchasing Coordinator for Southern Ionics.
John Landon Woods is originally from Chickasaw County, graduated from Oak Hill Academy, attended MSU where he majored in Computer Science and Engineering. He enjoys the outdoors and travel. He currently resides in Starkville.
“I really enjoy living and working in the Golden Triangle an am proud to build my career in West Point, “ said Woods. “Being part of Southern Ionics and its continued growth is a wonderful way to get started.
George Hogancamp was named Environmental Manager as of January 14. He and his wife Kristina and two children reside in Caledonia. Originally from Western Kentucky, Hogancamp moved to Mississippi in 2000. He holds a Bachelors of Science and a Masters of Science Degree from Murray State University, in Murray, Kentucky. Prior to joining Southern Ionics, he worked with environmental and safety activities in steel and general manufacturing and barge transportation. He enjoys fishing, farming, four-wheeling and tinkering in his shop.
Southern Ionics is proud to welcome these new employees to the West Point Corporate Office.

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