Meet the Leadership Team
With a commitment to communication, continuing education and lean manufacturing concepts, key employees have been with the company up to 20 years.
Howard Moore is the Founder, Owner and General Manager of Precision Machined Components, Inc. Having purchased the assets of DC Industries in 1994, Howard and his former partner transformed the company from using antiquated equipment and serving low margin markets into a state-of-the-art CNC machining center focusing on a variety of high margin market segments, including medical, industrial and general precision applications.
Howard recently bought out his partner of 20+ years and has been busy purchasing new equipment to better serve his specialized clientele while exploring new markets that will drive the company’s growth going forward. Howard holds a BS in Ceramic Engineering and is a published author and patent holder.
Donna Magana is the Office Manager for Precision Machined Components, Inc. She is the friendly voice that our customers have grown accustomed to hearing when calling our office and she takes great satisfaction in making sure each and every customer’s needs are addressed. Donna’s love of business inspired her to seek a career where she could fully immerse herself in all aspects of a company, and she found that opportunity when she partnered with PMC. Her incredible organizational skills keep our team running smoothly with responsibilities encompassing sales, billing, AP/AR, and customer service. Donna continues her education at Temple College, where she is working towards an AAS Degree in Business.
Prior to PMC, Donna hailed from the IT/Healthcare Industry where she had over a decade of experience. In her spare time, Donna enjoys spending time with her family and dogs Sage and Blaine. She also enjoys spending time coaching her niece’s softball team, as well as entertaining.
Jake Schnitzler is the Machining Process Development Manager at Precision Machined Components, Inc. With over 10 years of experience in a machining environment, Jake has a very unique background that provides a skill set almost perfectly adoptable to CNC machining. Jake started working in machine shops during the summers while working towards a mechanical engineering degree. Two years of engineering level math and a large curiosity towards solving problems with math and computers prepared him well. Originally hired as a summer intern at PMC, Jake was quickly working on complex programs on his own time. After demonstrating an uncommon ability and desire to program CNC machines, he was hired as a full time programmer by PMC. Jake quickly moved on to generating programs using macro level programs which can make even a large family of complex parts very easy to run.
Jake also has an artistic side, imagining and creating original laser generated artwork that gives him an unusually high capacity to visualize in 3D while transforming numbers into a program. He has shown over and over the ability to find the best solution for faster cycle times, better finishes and reduced handling while machining extremely complex parts. Jake is also a proud husband and father of 2 very energetic girls.