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Jan 28

Written by: Shore Transit Blogger
1/28/2010 9:13 AM  RssIcon

Employee of the Year - 2009

Alan Mahan

This year’s Employee of the Year’s contributions could go unrecognized since they happen behind the scenes and are often taken for granted.  But they have been noticed because they are so consistent. This Shore Transit employee pitches in wherever needed. There are many examples of this above-and-beyond-performance over the past year, For instance if you:

• Bought a building that’s been neglected for the past 4 years? Need the grass cut, the hedges trimmed, snow shoveled?
• Got problems with the new building’s security system?  Electrical system? Plumbing fixtures? Heating and air conditioning equipment?
• Need a dozen golden shovels for the ground breaking ceremony?
• How about setting up before and cleaning up afterward?
• Moving heavy IT equipment up a narrow stairway to the second floor?
• Need help getting a network server in place?
• Mobile One Stop making an unusual sound?
• Ceiling bulbs burned out or the roof leaking at the One Stop Job Market (again!)?
• Need help getting set up for the Family Fun Day and Road-E-O?

No matter what is needed, a call to our Employee of the Year gets a cheerful, “Sure, I can help with that!” and everything gets taken care of on time.

On his own time, our employee is very active in the community.  He teaches Sunday School for the second grade at his church.  Senior citizens in his neighborhood know they can call on him for help with yard work, car trouble, or handyman projects around their homes.  Friends and neighbors know he will come to their rescue and do all he can to assist in times of need.

We are proud to announce that the recipient of this award is Alan Mahan.

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