Craig Technologies Engineer Lee Friedell Inducted Into Space Worker Hall of Fame

By  //  August 25, 2015

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Engineer Lee Friedell of Craig Technologies was recently inducted to the National Space Club Florida Committee Space Worker Hall of Fame in Cape Canaveral. (Craig Technologies image)

Engineer Lee Friedell, left, of Craig Technologies was recently inducted to the National Space Club Florida Committee Space Worker Hall of Fame in Cape Canaveral. (Craig Technologies image)

Engineer Lee Friedell of Craig Technologies was recently inducted into the National Space Club Florida Committee Space Worker Hall of Fame in Cape Canaveral. 

Friedell was inducted for the significant contributions he has made in advancing Space Launch Technology dating back to the mid-1980s.

For his design and engineering support of the Space Shuttle program, Friedell was named the United Space Alliance PVS Lead representative to NASA, and continues this role today on the Space Launch System program.

Friedell has supported the Engineering Services Contract at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center with Craig Technologies since May 2013.

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Earlier this year, Craig Technologies CEO Carol Craig was named a runner-up for the 2015 National Small Business Person of the Year by the U.S. Small Business Administration.

Craig was honored among six finalists from across the country May 8 during a special recognition ceremony at the White House.

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