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Risner, Mack celebrate 35 years at Raybestos

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Debra Risner celebrated 35 years of service with Raybestos Powertrain on Aug. 31.

Risner currently works in wafer machining.

She enjoys going to casinos and is a member of the VFW 1431 Ladies Auxiliary and the Fraternal Order of Eagles 1004 Auxiliary.

James “Jimmy” Mack will celebrate 35 years of service with Raybestos on Friday.

Mack currently works in maintenance and has previously worked in gear shaping, paper blanking, 01 MOU and 09 MOU.

He resides in Crawfordsville with wife, Jennifer. He has three children, Marcy Kenny of Clay City, Justin Mack of Ladoga and Josh Kovacs of Winchester, Ohio. He also has seven grandchildren and one great-grandchild.

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