A long and fulfilling career has come to a close at Wessler. After 36 years of service and loyalty, Gale Rebennack has hung up her front desk and project coordinator duties and stepped into the life of retirement.
Throughout her years with Wessler Engineering, Gale always brought a smile to her co-workers' faces and was eager to assist on any project. If you had a question about a project from years ago, Gale was the one to go to for the right direction. If you were curious about the early years of the company, she was your go-to company historian. In a nutshell, Gale was – and will forever be – the heart of Wessler Engineering.
Gale’s tenure with the company began back in 1983 when she answered an ad in the Indianapolis Star for a part-time secretarial position at M.D. Wessler & Associates (now Wessler Engineering).
“I had no idea it would lead to such a long and fulfilling relationship,” said Gale. “When I started, there were eight employees and we worked out of a small house with an attached garage and basement.
“I came to Wessler with no onboarding and was not familiar with engineering tasks, but I could always go to Mel Wessler (co-founder of Wessler Engineering, alongside his wife Sharon) or Don Corey with questions,” Gale added. “I have had the opportunity and privilege to work with some of the brightest and kindest people! We are truly a family at Wessler and I will miss you all very much as I move on to retirement.”
All of us at Wessler Engineering thank Gale for her many years of loyal service and wish her all the best!