Local transmission shop receives national honor


The nationwide register of Who's Who in executives and businesses has honored Elwood P. Eisenhauer, co-owner of Ike & Son Transmission Shop, in the 2000-2001 edition of the register.

The register is notice that the individual has reached a level of recognizable success in their respective field. Eisenhauer will also be registered at the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C., as a result of he award.

Eisenhauer said the award came as a surprise since he isn't even sure who nominated him, but it is a nice way to be recognized for his efforts.

"We try our dangdest to provide good service and satisfy our customers," said Eisenhauer. "It is gratifying to see some of that hard work get recognized."

The business has been in operation for 40 years. Elwood took over the business after his father, Ike. Eisenhauer received a plaque with his notification of the award. Good business practices is something Elwood Eisenhauer prides himself on and he plans on continuing that tradition.

"We want to make sure our customers come away pleased with the service that we provided," said Eisenhauer. "This award shows that we do a pretty decent job of that."

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