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BRUNDAGE NAMED OUTSTANDING EMPLOYEE OF THE FOURTH QUARTER

10/21/2004 ~ Heath Brundage, Storekeeper, has been named Keys Energy Services’ (KEYS) Outstanding Employee of the Fourth Quarter for 2004.

Brundage has worked for the utility for three years and prior to his current position was a General Helper, Apprentice Maintenance Person, and Assistant Storekeeper. His main responsibilities include shipping, receiving, stocking, and issuing inventory items and general maintenance of the Warehouse facilities.

Randy Roberts, Fleets/Facilities/Warehouse Supervisor, said Brundage is, “a loyal and dedicated employee who is always willing to do what’s necessary to get the job done.” He added that Brundage, “is one of those employee’s who is liked by everyone, he always has a smile and/or laugh to give you – he’s a great people person and an excellent worker.”

Brundage says he enjoys his job because of the daily challenge it presents and the ability it affords him to work together with his co-workers.

The Employee of the Quarter Committee selects an employee four times a year for this award. Employees are considered for the award after being nominated by their peers or supervisors. Final selection of the outstanding employee is based on seven criteria, which include attendance, attitude, efficiency, initiative, and job performance.

Heather Arencibia, chairperson of the Employee of the Quarter Committee, said that Brundage, “is very motivated both professionally and personally, and is always willing to go above and beyond the call of duty.”

Brundage was born and raised in Key West and graduated from Key West
High School and Florida Keys Community College. He is currently working on his Bachelor’s degree from St. Leo University. He and his wife Mayme have three children, Khylie, 8, Heath, 6, and Donnell, 11 months. In his spare time, Brundage coaches little league football and baseball.

The Utility Board will recognize Brundage as the Outstanding Employee of the Fourth Quarter for 2004 and present him with a $100 bonus during their regular meeting on November 10th. His name will be engraved on a plaque that hangs in the William Arnold Service Building lobby, and he will receive an extra day off.

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