About Us

Bob Langguth started Eagle Engraving in 1977 with a manual engraving machine working in his basement. Early customers were mainly businesses needing name and office signs for employees and also organizations needing member name tags. During that time, Bob was also working full-time in the title insurance industry and part-time with the County of Kane.

In 2000, Laurie Petrick joined Bob with the intent of spending a few hours building a website. With a common goal of building Eagle Engraving, Bob and Laurie turned their attention to serving the fire and public safety field with accountability products, badges, and awards while still serving their retail and wholesale customers.

By 2001, Eagle Engraving was starting to grow and Laurie was working full-time. In 2002, Eagle Engraving moved to our current location at 1820 Wallace Avenue, Unit 104. We expanded our business again in 2004 with the addition of Unit 103. and are finally enjoying more much needed space with the addition of Unit 102. Our facility now occupies 4,500 square feet where, though our staff has grown, we still maintain a family atmosphere. Each of our co-workers is a very important part of our team; we take great pride in providing great products and quality customer service. “We are big enough to serve and small enough to care.”

Office Staff:

  • Bob Founder, C.E.O. & President (1977)
  • Laurie C.O.O. & Vice President (2000)
  • Sandy Bookkeeping (2008)
  • Cami Bookkeeping, Customer Service (2018)
  • Bridgette Graphic Design, Website, Customer Service (2017)
  • Julie Customer Service (2015)
  • Jinny Customer Service (2016)
  • Chrissi Customer Service (2017)
  • Susan Customer Service, Embroidery (2018)
  • Kim Office Assistant (2013)
  • Shea Office Assistant (2017)
  • Terrie Office Assistant (2017)

Production Staff:

  • Monica Sublimation, Engraving (2004)
  • Karen Engraving (2008)
  • Colleen Engraving (2013)
  • John Plaque & Award Assembly (2013)
  • Andy Plaque & Award Assembly (2015)
  • Doug Plaque & Award Assembly (2018)