Raymond Valenzuela began working at Riverside Dental Ceramics in April 2013, when he was just 19 years old. His efforts to contribute to the success of the company have been recognized by his supervisors, and he has recently been promoted to a supervisor himself. Mark Anderson, president of RDC, says that Raymond is special because of his willingness to challenge himself: “Raymond’s drive to learn more, take on more responsibility and move up the ladder has gotten him to where he is currently.”
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Tell us about something in your career with RDC that you’re most proud of.
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Raymond Valenzuela, who supervises restoration fabrication in the BruxZir department at RDC, makes sure to enjoy a healthy work-life balance, including vacations where he can enjoy the outdoors and travel the world.