On 13th April, 2018, Computers Unlimited said a sad and final farewell to dear friend and long-term colleague, Lynn Maki.
Lynn started her career at Computers Unlimited as a computer programmer in 1982. She quickly moved into various management positions and eventually became Director of Support Services. Lynn retired from Computers Unlimited in 2009.
At a time when computer software was a new frontier, Lynn broke “the glass ceiling” by dancing on it. She was widely known and respected among Computers Unlimited customers in both the HME and specialty gas industries for her ability to solve the most complex of problems, her knack for smoothing ruffled feathers, and her never-ending customer service ethic. Lynn loved her job and went above and beyond, always making sure that customer projects were accomplished when pledged to be.
What will be missed most of all are the things Lynn carried with her throughout her life and her career – her infectious smile, her ability to make friends with everyone she met, her constant old-school Montana work ethic, and her kindhearted spirit.
Computers Unlimited (CU) of Billings, Montana, has been a leader in information technology (IT) development for the industrial gas industry for more than 25 years. CryoGas International talked with company President David Schaer about CU’s technology and how it has enabled the industrial gas industry to improve its service and ...
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