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Fowler High Precision Award

The Fowler High Precision award was recently given to Trey Wagner, an outstanding student from the Pennsylvania College of Technology. 
The Fowler High Precision Award was created to reward a graduate of one of the manufacturing programs offered by the Pennsylvania College of Technology who shows courtesy to others, works well with others, is helpful, organized and is graduating with a GPA of 3.25 or higher (on a 4.0 scale).
Trey Wagner the recipient is a motivated young man with an almost perfect 4.0 GPA. In addition to being an excellent student, Trey was highly recommended by his professors: 
"Trey has been an outstanding student. Not only was he a full time student for the past five years but worked full time in the engineering department at First Quality Hygenics. He worked on plant layout, processes and electrical drawings using AutoCAD. As a student he always did quality work and on time. He looks forward to working as a process engineer at First Quality upon graduation." offers John Good one of Trey's instructors.
Tom Livingstone, another of Trey's instructors had this to say: "Trey did flawless work in the shop, always positive, focused, organized and efficient. I couldn't have asked for a better student. He excelled in all he did. He did extra work at times helping with machine routine maintenance. This was voluntary and he was glad to help out." 
 Fowler awarded Trey $2,300.00 worth of precision tools all stored in a Gerstner toolbox, which we know will be put to good use. Trey received his Fowler High Precision Award at a banquet on May 16th.
"I am very honored to be given this award. Throughout my time at Penn College I have had an amazing opportunity to work with and have been under the guidance of a group of well knowledge instructors. Over these years here I have learned that hard work will always pay off in the end. I am both honored and grateful to be granted this award." says Trey. 
Fowler High Precision again congratulates Trey Wagner and wishes him continued success in his pursuit of personal excellence!