A group of Merit Sensor employees and their families recently cooked and served breakfast to parents staying at Salt Lake City’s Ronald McDonald House. Guests at the facility live outside the Salt Lake area and have children who require medical attention in Salt Lake City. The Ronald McDonald House provides these parents a place to stay, allowing them to be near their hospitalized children. The meals are provided exclusively by volunteers.
This service opportunity allowed the families of Merit Sensor employees to become acquainted with one another. The kids were happy working together; even the youngest of them flipped and served pancakes. The older kids scrubbed dishes and made cookies, while the adults cooked sausage, eggs, and bacon.
The event was organized by Wayne Rowley, manager of purchasing and procurement at Merit Sensor, who, in this case, procured the food. Many of Merit Sensor’s employees work hard not only to produce and provide pressure sensors, but also to make their community a happier place.