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Eddie Tate
     Owner

Eddie Received a BET degree in electronics from Mississippi State University in 1973.  After graduation he started his career with Westinghouse Electric as an engineer in charge of an electronics laboratory servicing the southeastern USA.  While with Westinghouse, Eddie became grounded in the broad field of industrial electronic controls. He also learned to apply principles of customer service he learned from his father who was in outside sales.

An entrepreneur at heart, Eddie started Thyritronics, Inc. in 1979 to service Industrial controls.  A close association with several Neta companies lead him to change Thyritronics to exclusively repairing and calibrating trip units for circuit breakers.  Specializing in a narrow field of repair has allowed Thyritronics to provide unsurpassed quality and timely repairs since 1981.

 
Damian Hobson
     Shop Forman

Damian began his electrical career because of a fascination with electronics and the hobby of automotive restoration. He completed his AET degree from Hinds Community College in 1997. That same year, because of a high recommendation from his college teachers, he was hired by Thyritronics, as a board level repair technician. Damian has worked for Thyritronics for 18 years.  His professionalism, keen attention to quality and detail, lead to him becoming Shop Forman in 2006.

 In this position he has made customer satisfaction and fast service his main goals. He is presently working to develop new product lines for the company.
 
 
James Reeves
     Technician

James became interested in electronics while taking care of equipment maintenance at a skeet shooting club.  In 2006 he completed his AET degree from Hinds Community College.  During this time he also furthered his interest by taking care of the sound system for his church and stage productions.

Thyritronics has a history of hiring top students from Hinds electronic program.  James became a part of the team in 2006.

 He always loved working with his hands and industrial electronic bench work is an interesting and challenging field.
 
William Eaton
     Technician

Bill taught electronics and computer science for 31 years at Hinds Community College in Raymond, Mississippi before coming to work at Thyritronics. He has been a professional musician and sound engineer since childhood. He enjoys playing tennis and teaching C++ programming online. He joined Thyritronics in June 2013.

Contact Information: Telephone 601-856-9798 FAX 601-856-4947
Address: 175 Ridgeland Plaza, Ridgeland MS 39157
Email:
thyritronics@hotmail.com