Harris Companies Inc. Electric Division, remains committed to its agricultural roots, but we have expanded to
become more specialized in our field. Stan Harris (Rogerís son) manages the electric division. Todd Randolph, Curt Harshbarger, Wes Blickenstaff,
Josh Bates, Myron Gingerich and Eddy Pulliam are the electrical crew.
Rogerís electrical work soon expanded to grain elevators. The crew has
experience and has been trained to install and maintain explosion protection systems, hazardous monitoring, PLC hardware and updates, Generac generators and temperature cable systems. These systems are installed in grain
facilities, aerosol-filling companies, anywhere the occurrence of
dangerous, destructive vapor and dust explosions are a possibility. The
crew has worked throughout the United States. Roger in his association
with grain facilities began to stock parts and service commercial grain
dryers. During the fall Roger services customers throughout all of
Illinois and central United States.
Glenna continues to work in the business part-time. Alex Harris (Scott's Son) handles proposals and parts,Sandy Fiala(Rogerís daughter) does billing and accounts receivable from her home office in Cortland, OH. Beth Harris (Scott's daughter/Roger's granddaughter) handles purchasing, scheduling and accounts payable. Sue Alcorn is in charge of special projects. Together they maintain an efficient office.
An operation of this size has several vehicles and various pieces of equipment that need maintained and kept clean.Ron Wallace keeps our fleet running smoothly. You will also find him hard at work on other tasks that may arise around the facility.
Harris Companies Inc. celebrated its 50th Anniversary in 2010. Roger takes pride in what you see today. What started out as a one-man electrical business operated out of a home, has expanded and continues to expand into a multifaceted business which takes him and his employees worldwide.