Control Engineering’s Jeanine Katzel retires, accepts consulting editor role

After more than 32 years in industry, including 25 years with Plant Engineering and 6 years with Control Engineering magazines, Jeanine Katzel, Control Engineering senior editor retired May 11 from Reed Business Information.

06/27/2007


 

After more than 32 years in industry, including 25 years with Plant Engineering and 6 years with Control Engineering magazines, Jeanine Katzel, Control Engineering senior editor retired May 11 from Reed Business Information. She will continue as consulting editor with Control Engineering .
Control Engineering editorial director. “We intend to use her writing skills in future to raise that number even higher.”
, energy management, and HVAC to safety, fire protection, and the environment.
Control Engineering consulting editor, pursuits will include baking cookies, playing the piano, traveling and visiting friends, relaxing with a book on her deck, and directing her church’s contemporary choir.
the PC. Editing is quicker and simpler, and our turnaround time is almost instantaneous. And, of course, the Internet now is changing things even more.”
wineries. A couple of visits come to mind. I remember visiting the Paul Masson wineries to do in application story and walking through huge vats of wine by day, then being driven to a mountain top lodge in the evening for a spectacular view, a delicious dinner, and a concert. I also remember goingthrough the Ansul Fire Training School when I was covering fire protection and going through all the training activities with the rest of the guys. They were wonderful and helpful. At one point we were putting out controlled pressure fires and the instructor came over and said we needed to be careful because the force of the water line would likely lift someone my size right off the ground. Two of my classmates stood with me as we held the hose, and it would indeed have carried me away if not for their help.”
eryone can say that. Thanks to everyone with whom I’ve worked over the years. I couldn’t have done it without you!”

 

jkatzel@sbcglobal.net .
Control Engineering editors locally and globally, and resources, are listed here:
www.controleng.com/mediainfo .

Mark T. Hoske , Control Engineering editor in chief

 

CFE Media became the publishing company for Control Engineering, Plant Engineering and Consulting-Specifying Engineer in 2010.



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