This Father’s Day is extremely special for the team at Randolph Engineering. We are overjoyed to announce that only a few months ago, one of our members welcomed his first child into the world making this his first Father’s Day!
Maddox Timothy Zaleski was born on March 5, 2016 at South Shore Hospital in Weymouth to Randolph’s Product Developer, Tim Zaleski and his wife Deirdre. Maddox is a fourth generation Zaleski – great grandson of one of our founders, Stanley Zaleski, and grandson to Richard Zaleski, Randolph’s Engineering Manager.
Richard remembers when Tim was just a kid and the days they spent going to air shows in Weymouth and Waltham. (Randolph had a booth set-up anytime there was a local air show.)
“We would see our sponsored pilot, Shawn Tucker, in the “Randolph Challenger”, the Blue Angels, Thunderbirds, and the Snow Birds from Canada, along with huge military aircraft on display.” Richard recalls. “These were great times and I look forward to continuing the tradition with Maddox.”
(from left to right) Product Developer Tim Zaleski with three month old Maddox in 2016; Engineering Manager Richard Zaleski with a six month old Tim in 1991; Randolph Engineering founder Stanley Zaleski with a six month old Richard in 1966.
Happy Father’s Day from our family to yours!
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