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10/19/2005 ~ Kris F. Bremer, Systems Analyst, has been named Keys Energy Services’ (KEYS) Outstanding Employee of the Fourth Quarter for 2005.

Bremer has worked for the utility for eight years and his main responsibilities include KEYS data and telephone networks.

Bremer says he finds the challenge of working with many diverse technologies very rewarding and enjoys the friendships he has forged with his co-workers throughout the years.

Terry Beeman, Information Technology Supervisor, said Bremer is, “always ready, willing and able to learn new technologies, viewing them as a challenge and opportunity to learn and grow.” He added that Bremer, “is always eager to help and is extremely professional when working with our internal customers – he is the ideal employee we all wish for.”

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 several factors, which include attendance, attitude, efficiency, initiative, and job performance, among others.

Bremer was born in Des Plaines, Illinois, and moved to the Florida Keys in 1974. Bremer is a Key West High School graduate and has A.S. Computer Programming & Analysis and Associate in Arts degrees from Florida Keys Community College. He is currently working on his Bachelor of Science degree from Saint Leo University.

Bremer lives in Ramrod Key with his wife Tina and their two daughters Kristina (5) and Kathryn (3). In his spare time Bremer enjoys spending time with his family and woodworking.

The Utility Board will recognize Bremer as the Outstanding Employee of the Fourth Quarter for 2005 and present him with a $100 bonus during their regular meeting on October 26th. His name will be engraved on a perpetual plaque that hangs in the William Arnold Service Building lobby, and he will receive an extra day off.

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