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William J. Fester, President

William has 25 years of experience in the staffing industry: five working for other firms, and seventeen with his own company, Insight Technical Solutions. During this time, his company has provided individuals from a variety of technical backgrounds on contract to manufacturing clients in the petrochemical, refining, pharmaceutical, power, and paper industries amongst others. The clientele range from local firms to national locations, from small manufacturers to firms such as Georgia Pacific, Lyondell, Pfizer, Bayer and Nabisco. He has focused on providing his clients with the talent required, in such disciplines as process control, environmental and safety compliance, as well as FDA validation services. Bill has become well-known as a “go-to guy” when clients need solid expertise quickly.

Fredrica T. Lake, Executive Assistant

With 25 years experience in the IT arena and business administration, Fredrica brings a diverse set of skills to Insight Technical Solutions. Her responsibilities include bookkeeping, payroll, invoicing, 401(k) administration, tax compliance, insurance, and office management. In addition, she provides technical support and programming for the office’s computer systems.

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Norbert & Judy Burt August 27, 2017 at 11:04 pm

Bill & Fredrica,
I hope this note finds all is OK with you and your love ones.
Our prayers are with everyone down there.
I have enjoyed the years I worked for you in Kalamazoo.
Judy and I still talk about it.

Norb & Judy Burt

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Bill Fester September 28, 2017 at 5:09 pm

Norb,
A bit late in getting back to you, but we’re fine and didn’t have any damage. There was plenty in the city though and we’ve got friends staying with us until their house (which got 18″ of water) is back together. Could have been worse of course but this was a bit of a freak storm since we didn’t really receive hurricane force winds, just enormous rains (here where Fredrica and I are, we received over 30″ of rain and there were parts of the city with over 50″ of rain. Houston is a resilient place though and folks have dried out, cleaned up and are working at getting everything back to normal. Hope you guys are doing ok up there.

Best regards,
Bill

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John Andrews September 5, 2016 at 8:09 pm

Hi Bill, We know each other via mutual friend, Dave Bishop, who I believe you are in contact with from time to time. Well, you have heard about our “exit strategy” from the Wyoming project, after five years for me – I was just about the last technical person there from our group, until a month ago. Well, Dave has been asking me to go to Florida for a while now, but not quite yet, things aren’t ready. Well, plenty of old friends in the paper industry, where I’ve been for the month of August, just for old times sake, I might say. But the paper industry doesn’t pay too well, and I would better leverage my skill set by finding a situation more suited to what I can offer, namely, multi-platform skills & experience, will travel anywhere and participate in grueling startups whenever, wherever, such as a mid-January diesel refinery in Idaho a while back, not to mention the desert of Western Wyoming. And I point to being a quick study for anything I don’t already have under my belt. References available and will send CV if you think of anything that might fit for a couple of months. Contract/short term. Drop me a line if you think there’s anything to discuss (317) 698-2246

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