Thank a Lineworker

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Tabatha Smith from Rocky Mount wrote on April 21, 2022:
Thank you to All the Rocky Mount Linemen and Personal that keep the power up and going!
Thank you to All the Rocky Mount Linemen and Personal that keep the power up and going!
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Chera McCormick from Myrtle Beach wrote on April 18, 2022:
Thank you to Mike Ashley my son , for your dedication to your job Greenville NC keeping everyone with power and lights, great lineman team
Thank you to Mike Ashley my son , for your dedication to your job Greenville NC keeping everyone with power and lights, great lineman team
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Denise Johnson from Bunn wrote on April 11, 2022:
Thank you for your services and hard work.We appreciate all of your hard work and sacrifices you make alot.
Thank you for your services and hard work.We appreciate all of your hard work and sacrifices you make alot.
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Mayor Costi Kutteh from Statesville wrote on April 19, 2021:
Each and every day, I am thankful for the significant and difficult work our linemen perform. Without their efforts, we would all be truly ‘in the dark’. Best wishes for your health and safety.
Each and every day, I am thankful for the significant and difficult work our linemen perform. Without their efforts, we would all be truly ‘in the dark’. Best wishes for your health and safety.
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Mayor Cheryl Oliver from Selma wrote on April 13, 2021:
THANK YOU for your dedication to the citizens and businesses in Selma. We know we can always count on you night and day and in all kinds of weather. You are one of the reasons that Selma is shining so brightly!
THANK YOU for your dedication to the citizens and businesses in Selma. We know we can always count on you night and day and in all kinds of weather. You are one of the reasons that Selma is shining so brightly!
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Katie from Fayetteville wrote on April 12, 2021:
Thank you to our Hometown Heroes for always staying alert and ready for your community. Your hard work never goes unnoticed and we always appreciate your dedication.
Thank you to our Hometown Heroes for always staying alert and ready for your community. Your hard work never goes unnoticed and we always appreciate your dedication.
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Beth Duke from Raleigh wrote on April 12, 2021:
To NC Lineworkers: YOU ALL ROCK! Thank you, thank you for your hard work and dedication to provide fantastic service for your customers. Please be safe and God bless.
To NC Lineworkers: YOU ALL ROCK! Thank you, thank you for your hard work and dedication to provide fantastic service for your customers. Please be safe and God bless.
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Angela Strickland from Raleigh wrote on April 8, 2021:
Thank you for always being there for your customers and keeping public power strong!
Thank you for always being there for your customers and keeping public power strong!
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Doug Huffman from Dallas wrote on April 7, 2021:
I would like to first off recognize and send out a huge THANK YOU to the Town of Dallas Electrical Department, Linemen, Tree Crew and Meter Department. I appreciate all you hard work! Let us all thank every Electrical worker across our great state on this day for the service they provide to our Public Power communities. Great Job!
I would like to first off recognize and send out a huge THANK YOU to the Town of Dallas Electrical Department, Linemen, Tree Crew and Meter Department. I appreciate all you hard work! Let us all thank every Electrical worker across our great state on this day for the service they provide to our Public Power communities. Great Job!
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Tim Howell from Fremont wrote on April 16, 2020:
Thank you for your service. A thankless job.
Thank you for your service. A thankless job.
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Summer Mccrary from Greenville wrote on April 13, 2020:
Thank you, thank you, thank you for fixing our power outage today. We can handle stay at home orders, but not without AC and wifi. You saved our groceries so we didn't have to figure out how to buy more. You saved our sanity. God bless you and your families.
Thank you, thank you, thank you for fixing our power outage today. We can handle stay at home orders, but not without AC and wifi. You saved our groceries so we didn't have to figure out how to buy more. You saved our sanity. God bless you and your families.
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Barbara Rozenberg from Kannapolis wrote on April 13, 2020:
We are so appreciative of the hard and dangerous work you do. We have gotten so spoiled to think that power just pops right on at a flick of the light switch we have in our homes. Plus we have more appliances than ever that we depend on, including our cell phones, computers and Keurig coffee makers! Thank you for all you do and be safe out there!!
We are so appreciative of the hard and dangerous work you do. We have gotten so spoiled to think that power just pops right on at a flick of the light switch we have in our homes. Plus we have more appliances than ever that we depend on, including our cell phones, computers and Keurig coffee makers! Thank you for all you do and be safe out there!!
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