Julia Dean Teamed-Up

You might know her, you might not.  If you DON’T know her, keep reading.  If you DO know her, keep reading.  Julia Dean – a super-hero of a human-being just climbed aboard the P.R.S. ship; teaming up with Paul, to design, build, demonstrate, and sell these custom, handmade, wood-burning, cooking appliances.

Julia removing a pipe from the mostly hardened form.
Julia removing a pipe from the mostly hardened form.

Julia Dean is from Silver Creek, New York.  She is the granddaughter of Christine and Thomas DeGolier of DeGolier’s Maple Products, Forestville, NY.  Julia likes to help her grandparents on the farm and at the market.  She loves animals and animals love her.  If you know Julia, you know she adds to whatever she becomes apart of.

Immediately, Julia learned the basic processes of building Paul’s Rocket Stoves, and as the next week rolled around, she was doing it on her own.  Not only is Julia contributing to production, she is improving the quality of the standard operating procedures, therefore improving the quality of the final products.  For instance, one of the first things Julia did was point out the lack of packing that was previously being done, and has inspired more attention to detail.  Miss Dean notices mistakes before they happen, pointing out when certain steps such as lubrication need to be done.  She also offers creative input and a MIGHTY spirit to the show.  Look for Julia at the vending shows, like the fair this summer …and say HI!

Building rocket stoves is good hard work, it's nice to take a break and fire one up for dinner. Here's Julia Dean doing exactly that!
Building rocket stoves is good hard work, it’s nice to take a break and fire one up for dinner. Here’s Julia Dean doing exactly that!

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