We Believe In The Importance of Community
DMC Employee Involved in GRRoW
Pictured to the left is Dickmann Mfg. Co. employee Ron Melzer. Ron has been an important part of the DMC team for 15 years. Ron's current role at DMC is that of quality manager. One of Ron's interest outside of work is his involvement with the GRRoW (Golden Retriever Rescue of Wisconsin). Ron gives of his time unselfishly working at the rescue on such things as fostering, intake, assessments, fundraising, home visits, foster training and a board of directors member. This picture was taken at a major GRRoW fund raising event. We want to thank Ron for all his efforts at DMC and applaud him for taking an active role for this very important cause to help find homes for Golden Retrievers.
Metal Art Sign Package Donation
Dickmann Manufacturing Company has been fortunate to donate several metal art sign holiday collections, which are manufactured in-house, to schools across Wisconsin including: Divine Savior School, St. Paul Lutheran Church and St. Joe's Catholic Church. The purpose of these donations are to help support community schools achieve academic excellence and life learning skills.
Rose Arms Vegas Night and Golf Outing
Dickmann Manufacturing Company is honored to donate to Rose-Harms American Legion Post# 355 which Dickmann employee, Kevin Dressel, belongs to. Donations are put into the Post's donation fund, which is used to support various youth community projects, as well as current military members and their families.
Sheboygan County 4-H Auctions
Dickmann Manufacturing Company has been glad to support the local 4-H clubs at the annual Sheboygan County Auctions the past 3 years. Donations make it possible to provide kids with fun, hands-on learning and experiences that allows them to grow into true leaders.
Ozaukee Christian School Sign Renovation
Dickmann Manufacturing Company felt fortunate to utilize its metal fabrication and stamping capabilities to assist Ozaukee Christian School with their sign renovation project to help promote their school.