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Clark E. Fisher Memorial Award

Precision Custom Components (PCC) is pleased to announce that the initial recipient of the Clark E. Fisher Memorial Award is Matthew D. Ruth. Matt is currently employed by Harley Davidson and is a full time student at Penn State York. Matt is a sophomore majoring in Electro-Mechanical Engineering Technology (EMET).

The Clark E. Fisher Memorial Award is presented to a full time engineering student at Penn State York who has exhibited excellence in his/her field. The Fisher award is an endowed award, to be given in perpetuity in Clark’s name.

In his lifetime, Clark was a Penn State engineering graduate employed by PCC for 26 years working as an Engineer, Proposals Manager and most recently Program Manager of Military Government Business Unit. Clark was a Penn State parent and a dedicated Penn State volleyball fan who coached and mentored his two sons throughout their volleyball careers. Additional information on Memorial Fund contributions may be found at Clark Fisher Memorial Award.

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1st Annual Memorial in Honor of Former PCC Employee

In honor of former PCC employee, Clark E. Fisher, the KingFisher Memorial Volleyball tournament was held August 7 at the Bob Hoffman Sports Complex in York.

“There were many great attributes of Clark which we remember, but my over-riding memory of Clark was his positive attitude. No matter the circumstance, there was always a smile; a laugh. Professionally, he was a person who looked for the potential in people and in situations. Even in his illness he maintained an incredibly optimistic and positive attitude. We all need to be like Clark in that respect”, said Art Hendrix, VP, Human resources.

Clark Fisher passed away in 2009 at the age of 48 after battling lung cancer, yet he never smoked a cigarette in his life. The memorial will help the awareness of the fact that lung cancer is not just a smoker’s disease. Clark was an avid volleyball player and coached for more than 20 years. The KingFisher Memorial Volleyball tournament will not only be a recognition to one of his favorite hobbies, but will help raise money in which all the proceeds will benefit local and national cancer foundations including “Cancer Patient Help Fund” and “Lung Cancer Foundation of America. For more information, visit www.kingfishervolleyball.com.