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October 31, 1989 | David Olmos / Times staff writer
Brea Acquisition: Programmed Composites Inc., a Brea manufacturer of composite materials, has been acquired by a Pennsylvania company for an undisclosed price. Ketema Inc., a Bensalem, Pa., industrial manufacturer, acquired the 50-employee Brea firm "because it fits with our effort to get into the aerospace composite industry" said William H. Spencer, a Ketema spokesman. Spencer said the composite industry is one of the fastest-growing areas of the aerospace market.
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October 31, 1989 | David Olmos / Times staff writer
Brea Acquisition: Programmed Composites Inc., a Brea manufacturer of composite materials, has been acquired by a Pennsylvania company for an undisclosed price. Ketema Inc., a Bensalem, Pa., industrial manufacturer, acquired the 50-employee Brea firm "because it fits with our effort to get into the aerospace composite industry" said William H. Spencer, a Ketema spokesman. Spencer said the composite industry is one of the fastest-growing areas of the aerospace market.
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BUSINESS
February 24, 1997
Ketema Inc.'s Rodan division has been sold to Selas Corp. of America in Pennsylvania for $4.75 million in cash, plus up to $1 million in common stock tied to future performance. Anaheim-based Rodan makes Surge-Gard products, which limit electric current to protect computer installations. Rodan, which had $6.4 million in sales in its last fiscal year ended Feb. 28, 1996, will be named RTI Electronics. Its current management team will remain, Selas said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 4, 1992
An El Cajon aerospace manufacturing firm will pay $65,000 to settle a lawsuit that charged the company with dumping 3,000 gallons of chemicals into a storm drain last year, the district attorney's office announced Friday. Under the terms of the civil suit settlement, Ketema Inc. agreed to pay $35,000 in penalties and make a $30,000 donation to the state Department of Fish and Game Pollution Abatement Account for the Aug.
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July 7, 1993 | TONY PERRY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A man who had been suspended from his job Tuesday because of allegations that he sexually harassed a female co-worker led police on a brief, high-speed chase before he shot and wounded a California Highway Patrol officer and was shot to death by a sheriff's deputy, officials said. Worried that the suspended employee, Corey P. Scherkenbach, 23, might be violent and on drugs, his supervisor called the called the Sheriff's Department to make sure he left the workplace peacefully.
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