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Scott Stueckle Announces Retirement After Nearly 30 Years at Kino Flo Lighting Systems


Scott Stueckle
Scott Stueckle image via Kino Flo Lighting Systems

Scott Stueckle has announced that he’s retiring after nearly 30 years as a Sales Manager at Kino Flo Lighting Systems.

As of now, Ray Goitiandia will be taking over Stueckle’s duties, and any inquiries on projects that involved Stueckle can be directed to Goitiandia at [email protected].

Frieder Hochheim, the president and founder of Kino Flo Lighting Systems, sent out a touching tribute to his staff in honor of Stueckle’s decades of dedicated service. Read it below:

Almost 30 years ago, Scott Stueckle joined the Kino Flo Lighting Systems team. His enthusiasm and energy were indispensable for a young and growing enterprise. His ready smile and sense of humor endeared him to all who came in contact with him. During his time at Kino Flo he’s filled different positions, ultimately becoming our sales manager in January 2010.

Frieder Hochheim
Frieder Hochheim image via Kino Flo Lighting Systems

Those of us who have known and worked with Scott since the beginning of his career here, have come to value and admire him, not just for his many talents, but also for his unwavering friendship, integrity, and wisdom. These qualities haven’t been lost on those who’ve met him more recently, such as our associates at Chauvet Lighting who have expressed their appreciation for all the help and generous support he has given them.

Scott has announced that he is now retiring. I remember when I first met his father, he thanked me for giving Scott a job. Now it’s my turn to thank dad for having a great son.

We and our numerous colleagues and customers will miss him on a personal and professional level, and we all wish him well. 

Kind regards,
Frieder Hochheim
President & Founder
Kino Flo Lighting Systems

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