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STEPHENSON NAMED 2003 EMPLOYEE OF THE YEAR

1/19/2004 ~ Sandy Stephenson, Engineering Field Representative, received Keys Energy Services’ (KEYS) highest accolade when she was named Employee of the Year for 2003 at KEYS 9th Annual Awards Banquet held at the Bachelor Officer Quarters January 10th.

Stephenson, who has worked for KEYS for 13 years, works in the Engineering Department. She is responsible for researching, planning, and designing layouts for new projects in order to meet KEYS customer’s power needs. This includes new and maintenance projects which require her to design electrical distribution facilities and coordinate new projects with developers.

Stephenson finds the challenge of her daily job the most rewarding. “I learn something new just about every day,” added Stephenson.

Dale Finigan, Director of Engineering/Control Center, said he believed Stephenson to be deserving of this honor because of her great attention to detail on projects and her exceptional customer service skills.

“I have observed her interaction with customers and she translates the technical jargon into terms customers can understand – I can tell the customers really appreciate this,” added Finigan. “She is very well liked as a person, not only among her co-workers but with the customers she works with on a daily basis.”

Born in Kerrville, Texas, Stephenson moved to Key West in 1982. She began her career at KEYS in 1990 as the administrative assistant for the Engineering Department. She was promoted to assistant field representative in 1996 and then to her current position in 1997.

“KEYS has been good to me,” said Stephenson. “The cooperation I receive from my co-workers in Engineering as well as other departments is invaluable. I’m fortunate to work with a great bunch of people – they’re like family.”

While not at work, Stephenson enjoys spending time with her husband (Charles), children, and grandchildren, boating, fishing, snorkeling, and traveling. She has three children, Aubrey (Shannon) – 26, Isaac – 24, and Jackson – 6, two stepchildren, and four grandchildren.

Stephenson was presented with a plaque and a $250.00 bonus. Her name will be engraved on a plaque that hangs in the William Arnold Service Building Lobby.

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