Wyoming Machinery Company, CAT Foundation donate $10,000 to WWCC Technology & Industry program

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WWCC Community Relations Director David Tate (center left) accepts a check for $10,000 from Carl Lembke (center right), director of Wyoming Machinery Company’s Rock Springs Product Support, as WWCC Instructor of Diesel Technology Stephen Sanders (far left) and Wyoming Machinery HR Generalist Casey Turcato (far right) look on. Support from industry partners like Wyoming Machinery and the CAT Foundation makes it possible for the College to deliver high-quality education and training to current and future members of Wyoming’s industrial workforce.

ROCK SPRINGS  — Wyoming Machinery Company, Wyoming’s Caterpillar® dealership, which opened a location in Rock Springs in April 2012, recently made a donation to Western Wyoming Community College’s Technology & Industry program totaling $10,000. The contribution included $5,000 from Wyoming Machinery and a $5,000 match from the CAT Foundation.

Carl Lembke, director of Wyoming Machinery’s Rock Springs Product Support, and Casey Turcato, HR Generalist for the company’s Cheyenne/Rock Springs locations, visited the WWCC Campus to present the check to WWCC Community Relations Director David Tate and Instructor of Diesel Technology Stephen Sanders

The donation will be used to support scholarships for T&I students studying diesel and heavy-equipment technology at Western. Tate thanked Wyoming Machinery and the CAT Foundation for their support of student learning.

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“We appreciate Wyoming Machinery’s commitment to Western Wyoming Community College and its students,” Tate said. “They are a true industry partner.”

Wyoming Machinery is the sole CAT dealership in the state and has locations in Rock Springs, Cheyenne, Gillette, and Casper.