Gepco International announced the passing of long-time employee Steve Kusiciel.
Kusiciel’s friendship with the founder of Gepco, Gary Geppert, started while both were employed at Paragon Studio. They worked together later at Streeterville Studios. In 1991, their friendship turned into a business relationship when Geppert asked Kusiciel to join the Gepco team on a full-time basis. Kusiciel soon became a key component in Gepco’s operations, taking on lead responsibilities for the company’s IT and test and measurement systems, the company said in a statement.
Prior to joining Gepco, Kusiciel worked as an audio engineer, first with the late Malcolm Chisholm and the late Marty Feldman at Paragon Recording Studio and subsequently at Chicago Recording Co. (CRC) and Streeterville Studios. During his audio engineering days, Kusiciel worked on projects for bands such as The Ohio Players and Tyrone Davis.
— TV Technology