Stefanie Kure

Stefanie
Kure
Stefanie Kure, Senior Associate Editor

Stefanie Kure is the senior associate editor of EC&M magazine. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Kansas and has more than 20 years of experience in the B2B magazine industry. In addition to EC&M, Stefanie has worked on Transmission & Distribution World magazine, Broadcast Engineering magazine, and Power Electronics Technology magazine.

Articles
A Lineman's Legacy
Dennis Kerr may have retired from DTE Energy (Detroit, Michigan, U.S.) in August 2009, but the 65-year-old's schedule remains busier than an electrical
Community Crusader
Some students may be content to master the three R's reading, writing and arithmetic but Lloyd Ricks Jr. prefers to focus on three C's: college, computers
Taking Heart
Dan Holverson may be 56 years old, but he is in better physical shape than most men half his age. The director of applications systems at Orlando Utilities
Aspiring Intern
Today's college students likely will face one of the bleakest and most competitive job markets in U.S. history when they graduate, and Steven Miller is
Self-Made Success
Everyone has dreams, but not everyone has the courage or means to pursue them. Fortunately for children and parents across the United States and around
On the Job Trainer
David Nelson recently received the President's Volunteer Service Award, but do not expect the modest manager of engineering at Kandiyohi Power Cooperative
A Life in Balance
Stephen Lackey is a 26-year-old whirlwind of energy whose priorities include working hard at both his professional and personal life while making time
An Accidental Engineer
Christer Eriksson recently celebrated his 50th anniversary. Not his golden wedding anniversary, as many people would assume, but five decades as a dedicated
Fighting for Hope
Faced with seemingly insurmountable odds, many people would readily concede defeat. Not Julie Cosgrove-Garcia. A 32-year veteran of San Francisco, California,
Sensing Success
Steve Syracuse might run a thriving startup technology firm today, but he admits that his path has been lengthy, circuitous and not without setbacks.
Giving Her All
Kimberly Ohrum always gets the job done, no matter how Herculean the task may seem. Need to feed 500 linemen three square meals a day in a region that
Social Worker
Andre Francis is young, hip and technology savvy. Better yet, he possesses a good sense of humor and stays cool under pressure. Thanks to this desirable
Public Powerhouse
Michael Hyland has no problem admitting that he hates to take the word for an answer. If not for this self-professed stubborn streak, Hyland, the senior
Coming Full Circle
Typewriters, word processors and desktop PCs are considered dinosaurs relative to current technological standards, but for Michael Legatt, these old school
Native Son
Andrey Yudin speaks like an average young American who was raised in the South, politely answering questions with a yes, sir, and no, ma'am. This may
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