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Feature Friday – Steve Schollian

Marine, National Guard, and Stuller Surveillance Technician

I’ve been in a uniform ever since I was a cub scout. Since then, I’ve served in two branches of the military. I signed up for the Marine Corps when I was 17 years old and served as a Machine Gunner during Operation Desert Storm. Later, I joined the Louisiana National Guard read more…

Feature Friday – Vanessa Jones

The Army veteran turned digital merchandiser

Stuller happens to be one of the largest employers in Acadiana, and jewelry happens to be the business. My older brother worked here for several years and so did many family members. He seemed to enjoy working here and spoke of Stuller often, so I decided to apply and see read more…

Feature Friday – Steve Miller

The Army veteran turned tools pro

I’ve always wanted to do something different. I wanted to see the world and what it had to offer. That’s how I ended up in the U.S. Army. I served on active duty for about 12 years and then spent time in the Reserves for a total of 22 years. read more…

Feature Friday – Andy Kroungold

The original "tool guy"

Folks have been calling me “the Tool Guy” for as long as I can remember. Before I found my true calling, I worked as a security guard at a buddy’s sidewalk sale. Over time, I became friends with the shop guys and they introduced me to the jewelry industry. I read more…

Feature Friday – Vicki Sagrera

Diamond Cutter Extraordinaire

I never really saw myself working with jewelry. I always thought that I would do something creative, but never once thought that might be jewelry. But, as it turns out, I do have a very creative job here at Stuller!   My journey to Stuller was much like others you’ve read more…

Feature Friday – Elizabeth Raffel

The life-long writer

When I was 5, my father gave me a hardbound black book with lined pages. I think it was an appointment calendar with hours marked along the side of each page. Instantly, it became my most treasured possession, a magical space for all my dearest thoughts and dreams. Soon after, read more…

Feature Friday – Coby Blanchard

The home grown problem solver

I remember a time when Stuller had no computer network, not a PC in sight; yup it’s been that long! My story starts in 1994 when I was attending college at the local university – the University of Louisiana at Lafayette pursuing a degree in Industrial Technology. A friend of read more…

Feature Friday

A Gemvision Narrative

When you think technical support, you may picture someone just picking up a phone, or answering an e-mail asking, “How can I help you?” Technical support at Gemvision could be titled differently in terms of how creative it is. At Gemvision’s Technical Support we receive, on a daily basis, design read more…

SEARCHING FOR THE PERFECT PEBBLE

Carlos’ journey

  “When a male penguin falls in love with a female, he searches the entire beach to find the perfect pebble. And when he finally finds it, he waddles over to her and places the pebble right in front of her feet. If she picks up the pebble, it means read more…

The Longest 349 Days

My war veteran's homecoming

It was a rainy Saturday morning on April 21, 2012. My husband, Dillon, and I were newlyweds, married for exactly a week, when I watched him walk onto a plane – unsure of when or if I would ever see him again. He was heading back to Vicenza, Italy, where read more…

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