Meet Roger Breeggemann, Matsuura’s Service Manager

Welcome to our employee spotlight series, featuring profiles on Matsuura team members. Get to know Matsuura’s Service Manager, Roger Breeggemann:

Years with Matsuura?

What is unusual about your role at Matsuura?

At home, I have three grown children whom I’m very proud of, so I sometimes feel like the ‘old guy’ at the office. I have been asked by coworkers about life decisions and auto/home repairs. I once helped change a broken sideview mirror during lunch. I love being the ‘go to’ guy.

What do you like most about your role at Matsuura?

I absolutely love it when I have an email on Monday morning from a customer thanking us for the outstanding job that one of my amazing service associates completed.

What would you do (for a career) if you weren’t Matsuura’s Service Manager?

I grew up in the country on a small farm with 11 siblings. Loving the farm life, I purchased the farm from my Dad. If it were profitable, I would be farming. Instead, it is just an expensive hobby that I love. I feel very fortunate to have found a close-knit (work) family at Matsuura! Every team member is important, as there is no ‘I’ in TEAM.

What was your most  unusual service visit?

We installed a MAM72-35V with a matrix tool magazine in an office building in Denver, CO. The entry was very small and the machine had to be moved across a 2nd floor parking structure, which meant they had to brace up the floor, travel down a ramp, and then move it into the building with a very low ceiling. So, we disassembled all of the sheet metal, tipped the tool magazine on its side and then tipped it back in place.

What do you do when not at Matsuura?

I enjoy fishing and hunting. Every fall, I go on a four wheeling trip with my brothers and nephews, which is always a blast!

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