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Wi-Tronix in the Business of Answering this Question: 'Why Not?'

Bolingbrook-based firm presents check that will help Tibbott Elementary School officials purchase interactive books for students to use on iPad minis.

Tibbott Library Media Center Director Erin Preder accepts a $2,500 check from Wi-Tronix President Larry Jordan. Credit: Larry Randa/Valley View School District
Tibbott Library Media Center Director Erin Preder accepts a $2,500 check from Wi-Tronix President Larry Jordan. Credit: Larry Randa/Valley View School District
A local company that makes it its business to repair and maintain electronic systems also is making its name in the community as a good neighbor.

And, at Wi-Tronix, the gift of giving starts at the top.

Larry Jordan, president of Bolingbrook-based Wi-Tronix, recently presented a check for $2,500 to Tibbott Elementary School Library Media Center Director Erin Preder, according to a Valley View School District news release.

Preder said the money will be used to purchase interactive books for iPad minis that were bought last year with a grant from Wi-Tronix.

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