WARSAW — TSA Communications is pleased to welcome Keith Kreicker as controller, becoming the fourth generation represented at TSA. He will be filling the position left open by Barbara Bolles, a 39-year employee of TSA, who is retiring.
Kreicker had previously been the controller at a Warsaw-based food distributorship and more recently for a Fort Wayne staffing company. He looks forward to applying his talents to what amounts to a family business. Started by his great-grandfather W. H. Kreicker as Tri-State Advertising Co. Inc. in 1948 in Warsaw, it changed its name to TSA Communications as it provided full service business-to-business marketing communications.
Clay Kreicker, TSA president, said, “I know my grandfather would be proud of this news. And I know Keith’s grandfather would be very proud too. We have two clients who have a fourth generation represented, but it’s a very rare situation. And great timing too, as it’s our 70th anniversary. So, here we go!”
Advertising, public relations, search marketing, sales literature, behavioral advertising/retargeting and interactive communications are services available from TSA Communications, as well as a wide range of expertise and experience for numerous markets and industries. Current clients serve a variety of industries, from abrasion resistant linings to hydraulic presses to vehicle suspension products.