“Nothing in this world can take the place of persistence. Talent will not: nothing is more common than unsuccessful men with talent. Genius will not; unrewarded genius is almost a proverb. Education will not: the world is full of educated derelicts. Persistence and determination alone are omnipotent." -Calvin Coolidge

After a 12 year-old Ryan visited the Corvette factory in Bowling Green, Kentucky, he knew he wanted to part of how America makes things. With continued interest in the art and science of manufacturing, Ryan pursued his Bachelors in International Business at Calvin College. After graduating, he realized his dream of working with manufacturing by holding client relations positions throughout the manufacturing industry. At Malisko, Ryan enjoys bringing together the right people for the right job to tackle complex projects, and helping to bring the total solution to the client's plant floor.

Personal Passion
He likes spending time with his family and helping his children to blaze their own trail.

Dream Job
Build houses for Habitat for Humanity

Interesting Fact
He secretly likes the handy-man "fix-it" list his wife gives him every weekend. (Shhh! don't tell her that though!)


"Do not worry about your difficulties in mathematics; I can assure you that mine are still greater" - Albert Einstein

Numbers have always come easy for Carrie. With her natural ability and interest in numbers, Carrie achieved her Master of Science in Accounting from Fontbonne University and then her Master of Business Administration from Webster University. Joining the Malisko Team in 2019, Carrie is very customer service focused and being committed to finding answers for clients. She's passionate about providing accurate financials and forecasting to support high-level business decisions and strategy.

Personal Passion
Being outdoors as often as her schedule allows.

Camping/Traveling with her Siberian Husky, Sailing at Carlyle Lake, and antiquing mid-century/art-deco items.



Personal Passion

On April 20th and 21st, Werner Electric will host Process Control Forum 2015 at historic Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Industry experts will cover a number of topics and recent experiences in meeting client needs.

Tim Malyszko, Director of Operations – St. Louis, will give two presentations about helping clients increase production rates and improve product consistency, as summarized below.

Virtualized PlantPAx System Improves Consistency and Throughput

The Calumet Specialty Products synthetic lubricants plant ran with little automation and required operators to manually track and record process data. To improve consistency and increase throughput, Calumet implemented a completely virtualized PlantPAx process automation system. Harnessing the software capabilities, data collection and batch reporting are now fully integrated, consistent, and cost efficient. The virtualized platform provides a cost-effective connection to valuable data offsite so that the plant staff can address issues remotely, saving hours in maintenance time and costs.

CC04: PlantPAx System Boosts Production of Fastest Growing Yoghurt Company in the U.S.

Noosa Yoghurts’ new, fully-automated yoghurt control system was developed and deployed in an unprecedented six months. See how Rockwell Automation’s PlantPAx allows Noosa to keep up with increased demand for its Aussie style yoghurt. The company’s increased visibility into the production process has improved operations and made the overall yoghurt process more efficient.

Learn more / register

Click here to learn more about Process Controls Forum 2015 and to register.