For decades, RE Ranger’s family-owned factory on the South Shore of Boston has remained committed to American jobs and manufacturing. We are backed by the team that has elevated our parent company, Randolph Engineering, to one of the industry’s most respected eyewear brands.

Peter M. Waszkiewicz

Peter M. Waszkiewicz

President / CEO

Peter joined Randolph Engineering in 1975 as an apprentice in tool and die working alongside the two company founders, one being his father. Over the next 40 years, he earned his way up the corporate ladder to his current position as President and CEO. He attended Northeastern University where he graduated with a degree in Business Management. Today, his strong business aptitude across all areas of the firm coupled with his long-learned understanding of the industry, has been instrumental in leading the business through substantial growth periods. Peter serves on the boards of Randolph Engineering and of GROW Associates, a non-profit organization for individuals with special needs. He also serves as a member of the Senior Executive Committee for the Smaller Business Association of New England (SBANE). He loves life, his family, his career, and enjoys spending time outdoors.

Did you know? Randolph Engineering is the only remaining optical company from the 1970s that kept metal frame manufacturing alive here in the United States. While everyone else moved their manufacturing operations offshore for better margins, Randolph never left, keeping true to its roots.

Wears: The Aviator in 23k Gold with Gray lenses

Regional Sales Manager, Northwest

Mike Morrison

Mike joined Randolph in the summer of 2013, bringing with him more than 30 years of experience in the optical industry. Previously, he spent 18 years working as Regional Manager for Silhouette Optical, followed by positions as VP of Sales for Liberty Sport and National Sales Manager for Legacie Eyewear. Mike is currently responsible for all of Randolph’s optical sales in the U.S., including sunglasses, ophthalmic, and Ranger shooting eyewear. In his free time, Mike likes to work out and run, spend time with his family, and watch any Boston sports teams. He graduated from Belmont Hill and went to the University of Maine where he played hockey for the Black Bears.

Did you know?:Randolph was featured in the ABC Nightly News series “Made in America” with David Muir.

Wears:The Aviator in Brushed Platinum with Brown Gradient lenses

General Manager, RE Ranger

Sarah Waszkiewicz

Sarah, the granddaughter of co-founder Jan Waszkiewicz, joined Randolph more than five years ago. Given the fact that she used to play hide and seek in the Randolph headquarters when she was a little girl, she feels as if she’s been here for a lifetime. Sarah has watched the product, and the company, evolve over many years and couldn’t be prouder of what her Papa was able to create and what her father, Peter, has grown. Not long ago, she decided to take up clay shooting. It was love at first shot. Since then, she has lived the shooting eyewear product, Ranger, and absolutely loves coming to work everyday! Fun fact: She is part of the Spartan Trifecta Tribe!

Did you know?:Co-founder Jan Waszkiewicz was a navigator for the Royal Air Force before coming to America to follow his American Dream.

Wears:Everything! Aviators, Concordes, Falcons, Edges… you can’t have just one pair.

Director of Quality & Military Sales Operations

Rick Waszkiewicz

Over more than 10 years working at Randolph, Rick has served in many departments, including Customer Service, Sales, Marketing, Quality Assurance, and Operations. He was recently promoted to Director of Sales Operations after four years as Senior Manager of International Sales. During that time, he assisted Randolph in attaining the 2013 SBA Exporter of the Year Award for Massachusetts. Rick is the lead coordinator with the Cedar Grove Baseball Organization, a local program designed to teach baseball to Boston youth. He enjoys fishing and outdoor activities and spending time with family.

Did you know?:During Operation Desert Storm, Randolph was delivering 70,000 Rx inserts for use in protective gas masks to our military every year.

Wears:The Aviator in Bright Chrome with Gray Flash lenses

Director of Finance

Ellen Virtue

With more than 25 years of financial and management experience, Ellen oversees the finance department. She earned her Masters in Business from Suffolk University and her Bachelor of Science in Business from Northeastern University. She brings to Randolph her experience in a broad range of functions, such as cost-estimating, planning, procurement, and budgeting. Ellen loves to travel and enjoys as many days as possible at the beach—of course, always wearing her Amelias.

Wears:The Amelia in Chocolate Gold with Tan Gradient lenses

Executive Vice President, Product Development & Management

Joyce Pokoy-Kurtulus

With more than 30 years of experience in the optical industry, Joyce brings a depth of knowledge to the Randolph Team. Joyce focuses on product management and business development functions with a heavy emphasis on product strategy, partnerships, and go-to-market planning. She is also responsible for managing all products from concept to end-of-life. She recently served as Executive Vice President of Design and Development at B. Robinson Optical Inc.

Director of Manufacturing

Marcin Szymanski

Marcin started his production floor career more than 12 years ago, running equipment for the medical device industry. He is very ambitious and driven to excellence, continuously striving to improve Randolph’s manufacturing processes. Focused and competitive in nature, Marcin will not settle for mediocrity. He is responsible for managing Randolph’s supply chain, from raw material acquisition through transformation into final product.

Wears:The Concorde in Bright Chrome with Flash Mirror lenses