On February 28, 2005, Danko Arlington’s Pattern Shop Superintendent, Mr. Howard Goodrich, celebrated 50 years working in the company.
During his tenure, Howard has been a key member of the Danko Arlington team. Over the decades, he has constructed and overseen the manufacture of hundreds of wooden patterns, core boxes, and jigs used to create molds for metal casting in the company’s adjacent foundry division. In addition, he has trained and managed dozens of craftsmen while providing steadfast knowledge and helpful support to the company’s foundry and machine shop operations.
Over the years, Mr. Goodrich has personally witnessed the transformation of Danko Arlington to its current status. He continues to work full time at the company and is currently involved in both new projects and refurbishments of older patterns, that he himself, built years ago and guaranteed to last a life time.