Matrix Electronics Mourns the Passing of James 'Jim' Kenney


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On March 9, the members of Matrix lost a dear friend, Jim Kenney. Jim was dedicated and hardworking, meticulous in every task he undertook. Jim had a long history in the PCB Industry and was well known throughout the country and especially in the Western US. Jim had previously worked for CIS (Circuit Image Systems) and more recently with Matrix USA for the past five years. He was instrumental in launching Matrix’s new line of Hakuto Film Lamination products.

Jim passed at home in Oregon with his wife, Debra, and family.  He leaves behind six children and nine grandchildren.

Jim will be sorely missed and remembered by everyone who knew him for his good nature, honesty and persistent dedication. 

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