RELAY Team Spotlight: Favorite Memories
Updated: Feb 5, 2020
People are at the heart of everything we do at Relay Resources and we want to celebrate that! So we asked some of our longtime employees across our organization what #LifeAtRelay is like for them. The following are favorite memories from just a few of our employees that have been with us from 5 to 35+ years!
Q: What has been your favorite memory so far?
Barb: The garden dedication to Steve Hummel's mom and dad. Made me cry. She was wonderful.
Traci: That turned out to be such a beautiful day. The Hummels were long-time board members and disability advocates - it has been so great to celebrate that with our on-site garden space.
Dainya: Making people happy. Helping people find things. Customer say nice things about you. They say thanks for being here.
Darrell: Working at the army base in Vancouver with the people there. Got some awards in the early 90's, papers from US Army with good remarks. And going to the luncheons ever year with PHC staff, blowing everyone away on how much I ate one year at the luncheon.
David Morrison: The people at Relay - need I say more? Everybody I talk to and work with has been the best. I couldn't ask for a better bunch of people.
Gianni: I never worked with people with disabilities. Now I admire them for the dedication, hard work and the things that they can accomplish. I'm very proud to be part of this organization and the mission.
Joel: The trip to Reno and the company picnics.
Traci: I heard about Reno! That was to attend an AbilityOne conference - such a fun recognition for a job well done!
Kevin: Working with other people and meeting new people.
Matt: Working on the Hydro Flask project
THANK YOU to our contributors!
Barb Smith, Affordable Housing, 2012
Dainya Morgan, Janitorial, 2002
Darrell Keogh, Janitorial, 1985
David Morrison, Building Maintenance, 2012
Gianni Xeros, Janitorial, 2003
Joel Tebo, Janitorial, 1982
Kevin Ziegler, Landscaping, 2002
Matt Fancher, Supply Chain Solutions, 2011
Interviewer: Traci Shaw, Marketing, 2016
Do you have a favorite memory that you would like to share?
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