Employee Spotlight – BRENT DAVIS
PESCO’s constant flow of projects, movement of parts and fast pace is what appeals to Material Handler Supervisor Brent Davis. Brent has been in his current position for only a few months but has been with PESCO for over 9 years.
Brent initially applied for a sandblast position, but having warehouse experience, he was offered a position there instead. While in that department, he advanced to Warehouse Lead, remaining in that position for 5 years. Larry Moore, Warehouse Supervisor, says, “Brent is very knowledgeable, thorough, and goes the extra mile. He’s a great teacher and is willing to share his knowledge with anyone who has a question.”
When asked to describe what it is like to be a part of the PESCO team, Brent referenced the PESCO Values: Integrity, Commitment to Excellence, and Mutual Respect and Trust, saying these are an accurate reflection of the culture at PESCO. Brent mentioned the respect that is evident amongst the employees throughout the plant. He also says he enjoys having fun at work and can be a real joker, “Making my co-workers laugh keeps the workplace more enjoyable.”
Mike Corley, who has worked with Brent for several years, said with a chuckle, “he’s a little quirky, so people probably haven’t realized what an asset he has been to this company for many years. Brent is meticulous, with a vast knowledge of parts. If there is a problem, he is going to figure it out.” Corley went on to say, “he is a good guy and a great father to his kids.”
Being new to his position, Brent says he is still learning. As he develops in this new role, he plans to build with what he considers strong leadership traits, “reliability, understanding, trust, honesty, teaching others and good character”. Brent is excited about his new role and looks forward to learning more about the materials and processes in this new department.
Brent describes himself as “just a regular guy”. The most important thing to him is being a father. Brent is a single parent of two children, a 12-year-old son and 10-year-old daughter. His son plays baseball, and his daughter enjoys drawing and painting. Brent makes it a point to be involved in the interests of his kids. He also enjoys the outdoors: hunting, camping, hiking, and fishing.
As for the future of PESCO, Brent looks forward to seeing continual growth and expansion, as the company moves into production of equipment for more renewable energy.
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