He's in the thick of helping Pecos navigate challenges and helping the community succeed.
He worked on line crews for 12 years when he moved to substations. It was a new education.
Utility engineers sometimes are teased, probably unfairly, for being too "left-brained" and perhaps lacking creative sides. Don't tell that to Jonathan.
Behind any good effort to restore power after a big storm is a warehouse full of poles, transformers and so much more.
Have you been to a business as a customer and have that visit lead to becoming one of its employees? That's how it happened for Bobby.
She stays balanced by adding a love of painting to her detailed, technical work responsibilities.
Their first time climbing poles was 33 and 25 years ago. Now they're foremen and still respected for their climbing skills.
He kept working, restoring power, even after finding out the tornado had damaged his home, too.
Every seasoned lineman knows how to do Mark's job. But not every guy can do it, or even wants to do it.
"This is what we do for our children," he says. "We do dangerous work, and we do it for our kids."
Mike planned to take an entry level line crew job with TNMP for just a couple months, waiting for construction jobs to pick up again.
Tommy is one of the people who will be critical if your community is going to need a lot more power delivered.
Brothers can be so much alike, yet so very different. Such is the case for James and Scott.