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Jeff Frymoyer

How long have you been with Origlio? Four years.

Have you held any other positions within the company? Yes, I was a Delivery Service Representative in Lehigh County prior to becoming Operations Supervisor.

What does it take to be a top-notch Operations Supervisor? Having years of prior experience in sales/delivery of products has helped me to understand the position from many different angles. This allows me to make decisions that will not only help our customers but also ensure we can operate efficiently, even when faced with challenges. Being organized and having good relationships with our workforce is important as well.

What do you like most about your job? I enjoy interacting with the Origlio employees and am thankful to work for a family-oriented company that still does things to recognize their workforce. I also enjoy the challenge of finding more efficient ways to complete the day-to-day tasks and improve workflows.

What is the most challenging part of your job? Ensuring that even when faced with staffing challenges we are still able to service our customers in a timely fashion.

What do you like to do when you’re not working? I enjoy spending time with my family, hunting, fishing, watching racing and going camping.

If you had your own talk show, who would your first three guests be, past or present? Jeff Gordon, Rick Hendrick & Bill Elliot – I would love to talk racing history with them.

What are 3 things on your bucket list? Attend a NASCAR race at Martinsville Speedway, go elk hunting in Montana and deer hunting in Saskatchewan, Canada.

Do you have any winter holiday traditions? For Thanksgiving, I enjoy getting to deep fry turkeys and cook for our family. On Christmas Eve, we get together with our family – usually in holiday pajamas – and play holiday-themed games and spend time laughing and making memories.

If you could be anywhere, drinking any beer, where would you be and what beer… I’d be in the mountains of Potter or Tioga County, PA with an ice-cold bottle of Yuengling Lager in hand.