Announcing the 2024 Trailer for a Cause Beneficiary - Backing the Blue Line! 2024 Beneficiary

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We Know Them By Two Names; Graduate & Teammate

Springtime brings warmer temperatures, green grass, the end of the school year, and graduation. Each year we congratulate area graduates and wish them the best in their future endeavors. Occasionally we have the honor to call these graduates by another name, teammate, meet; Jada Steinemann, Logan Meyer, Hayley Wyttenback, Jaedon Gillies-Mathewes, Tyler Schleper, Christin Nathe, and Bradley Groetsch. These graduates are part of Felling’s Weld Production Teams as welding interns, working part-time with a swing shift schedule; this is their after-school job.

Jada Steinemann

Jada Steinemann - Felling TrailersJada Steinemann is the daughter of Sarah Steinemann and George Olberding and is a graduating senior at Sauk Centre high school. Jada has a close relationship with her family. They enjoy time together playing games, joking around, and laughing with each other. In her free time, she likes to listen to music and read. Jada is one of Felling’s Welding Interns. “My brother Elijah (a former welder for Felling’s deck-over weld production team) told me I had to try out welding, so I took the class, and here I am,” said Jada. After graduation, Jada plans to go to college to become a Vet Tech. We asked Jada what she has learned while working here that she will use in the future, and she replied, “I have learned that it takes time and patience to get to where you want to go or what you want to do.” Where does she see herself in 5-years? “I don’t know exactly where I see myself, but I am hoping it is something I am happy with.” 

“My brother Elijah (a former welder for Felling’s deck-over weld production team) told me I had to try out welding, so I took the class, and here I am.”
– Jada Steinemann

Logan Meyer

Logan Meyer - Felling TrailersLogan Meyer is the son of Rick & Cindy Meyer and is a graduating senior of Sauk Centre high school. Logan likes to hunt, and fish is his off time when he’s not busy with work and baseball. He plays baseball for the Sauk Centre high school team, and his family enjoys watching him play baseball. Logan is one of Felling’s Welding Interns. Why Felling? Logan chose Felling Trailers when his Industrial Technology teacher Mr. Fischer said there were openings for their (Felling’s) weld training program. “So, I took the opportunity to try out the class. When I finished with welding class, I really enjoyed welding and had the option to do an intern welding job during 5th period for Felling Trailers,” said Meyer. After graduation, Logan plans on taking a gap year and will work full time during that year, then decide if he will go on to college or not. We asked Logan what he has learned while working here that he will use in the future, “The skill to weld, that will help me in the future. There are many different job opportunities in welding, and I have gained a lot of knowledge and experience.” Where does he see himself in 5 years? “I picture myself working somewhere trying to make a living.”

“The skill to weld, that will help me in the future. There are many different job opportunities in welding, and I have gained a lot of knowledge and experience.”
– Logan Meyer

Hayley Wyttenback

Hayley - Felling TrailersHayley Wyttenback is the daughter of Gene and Danielle Wyttenback and is a graduating senior at Sauk Centre high school. “I am a very outgoing person. I love learning new things. My parents are opening an ice cream parlor in Sauk Centre. They are wonderful people and have inspired me to be the person I am,” said Hayley. Hayley is a part of Felling’s weld team as a welding intern. After graduation, Hayley plans on attending college at Minnesota State in Wadena. “My major is electrical technology; I will be becoming an electrician.” We asked Hayley what she has learned while working here that she will use in the future, and she replied, “I have learned to have a lot of patience. I also learned that hard work makes perfect. I learned to never give up no matter how tough the situation is.” In five years, Hayley plans to be working as an electrician. “I am still deciding if I want to be a commercial electrician around the area or if I want to be an electrician that travels all over.”

“I learned to never give up no matter how tough the situation is.” – Hayley Wyttenback

Jaedon Gillies-Mathews

Jaedon Gillies-Mathews - Felling TrailersJaedon Gillies-Mathews is the son of Mary Edward Mathews and is a graduating senior at Sauk Centre high school. Jaedon is small-town raised and is part of the heavy deck over weld production team as a Welding Intern. “I chose Felling Trailers as where I wanted to work because of the great pay and good training program.” After graduation, Jaedon plans to be working full time with 2-jobs so he can buy a house. We asked Jaedon what he has learned while working here that he will use in the future, and he replied, “I will continue to weld because I enjoy it.” When asked where he sees himself in five years, he replied, “hopefully in my own house.”

“I chose Felling Trailers as where I wanted to work because of the great pay and good training program.” – Jaedon Gillies-Mathews

To our 2022 graduates, we wish you the best; wherever your future takes you, may it be filled with greatness. “All of our dreams can come true if we have the courage to pursue them.”—Walt Disney

Dream Big Graduates! Congratulations!

If you are interested in a career at Felling Trailers, whether full-time or just part-time during nights and weekends, Felling has the right job for you. Learn more about Careers at Felling Trailers here. Interested in learning how to weld? Felling Trailers’ Career Development and Weld Training Center starts with a review of the basics of welding and builds from there.

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