Ryzex technician Patrick Donahue reprograms, evaluates and tests several data terminals during one of the first stages of refurbishing before they can be sold at the Ryzex Bellingham facility on Oct. 25, 2007. Ryzex moved here from Canada and eventually had up to 220 employees before it was sold to PEAK Technologies of Columbia, Md., in December 2011. The technician's name was corrected July 14, 2014.
Ryzex technician Patrick Donahue reprograms, evaluates and tests several data terminals during one of the first stages of refurbishing before they can be sold at the Ryzex Bellingham facility on Oct. 25, 2007. Ryzex moved here from Canada and eventually had up to 220 employees before it was sold to PEAK Technologies of Columbia, Md., in December 2011. The technician's name was corrected July 14, 2014. THE BELLINGHAM HERALD
Ryzex technician Patrick Donahue reprograms, evaluates and tests several data terminals during one of the first stages of refurbishing before they can be sold at the Ryzex Bellingham facility on Oct. 25, 2007. Ryzex moved here from Canada and eventually had up to 220 employees before it was sold to PEAK Technologies of Columbia, Md., in December 2011. The technician's name was corrected July 14, 2014. THE BELLINGHAM HERALD

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