Atlapac Veteran Announces Retirement
After two decades of dedication, loyalty and service Michael McCoy, our CFO has made the decision to retire. Having joined Atlapac in 1988, Mike has been a part of the Atlapac family for 23 years. He has participated in the growth of the company from three employees to fifty-four employees, from four machines to thirty-eight machines, from daily production of 4,800 bags to over 1,000,000, etc, etc.
As with any family member, we have shared a lot together. Mike has grown professionally and personally over the years, as we all have. His children are long grown up and he has numerous grandchildren and even great grandchildren. There has been nothing but “ups”, along with a lot of laughter, a bunch of sweat and a few tears. Mike has been the best family member/co- worker/teammate/friend anyone could ask for.
Please join me in congratulating Mike on a job well done and wishing him a future of nothing but happiness. Happiness spending time caring for his mother, sporting events with the grandchildren, adding to his 10,000 plus baseball collection, long motorcycle rides, cutting all that grass on his property and happiness in anything he does. I know one thing for sure; ice- cream sales are going to go up. Mike’s last day will be August 30. Until then he will be working Tuesdays and Thursdays helping us transition. Daniela Williams will be taking on Mike’s responsibilities. I know many of you have worked with her in the past and know her well. For those who have not had the pleasure of meeting Daniela let me just say you are in for a treat. Daniela is a wonderful asset to Atlapac and has worked with Mike for several years.
So hats off to Mr. McCoy. Wish him nothing but the best. I know he gave Atlapac his best and we will miss seeing him every day.
Thank you Mike,