Andrew Pease | Ski Lifts Mechanisms, Oil Drilling and What to do in Bend, Oregon
Who is Andrew Pease?
Andrew Pease grew up in Bend, Oregon and enjoys the incredible outdoor environment (skiing, rock climbing, hiking. It’s no surprise that one of his first jobs as a mechanical engineer was climbing ski lift towers to fix sensors and combat ice with his mighty hammer. From there, he moved into an engineering role, designing drilling systems for oil and gas. His current role as of this recording is as a product development engineer, reprocessing medical devices.
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