Thursday, November 10, 2005
Curtis Bean, a 43-year employee at the Holly Springs plant in the burning department, was the recipient of the Acme Brick, Holly Springs Plant Outstanding Contribution Award for second quarter 2005. Acme typically selects one employee per quarter for recognition at the Holly Springs facility.
Bean is a relief operator/kiln car maintenance mechanic.
His flexibility, discipline and willing attitude are among his most valuable assets he brings to his job, said plant manager Jay Isenhour. During the second quarter, Bean was instrumental in stabilizing manning shortages created by illnesses and vacations by covering multiple operator positions. Curtis is a very dedicated employee and an individual who is constantly striving to do his job better each day.
Isenhour praised Bean for his just do it attitude and as a person who believes he can always improve.
Curtis is an example of attitude is everything, said Isenhour.
The award program is designed to recognize, honor and award employees for individual or group contributions that provide positive results in cost savings, service, quality, morale, or projects a winning image, Isenhour said.
The objective of this program is to promote, project, stimulate individuals or group resources through involvement and participation to build and nurture the companys number one asset, its employees, he said.
Congratulations, Curtis, and thank you for your involvement and hard work to achieve our vision to be recognized as the leading brick manufacturer by providing maximum quality products and services to our external and internal customers.
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