Tim Beaver was named Employee of the 2019 Summer Quarter at the Omaha branch.
Tim has been with Atronic for nearly two years as a service technician. He received the award because of his willingness to help with anything, even when he has a full plate.
“Tim’s exponential knowledge and dedication has made him rise to the top,” said Tracy Goodrich, Branch Manager. “He is willing to assist his teammates and goes ‘above and beyond’ for customers.”
Another voter said, “I have had a number of customers recently who have either mentioned him in compliments or requested him on appointments. That reflects well on him and the company.”
Fun facts about Tim:
- What are your job duties? I’m in service, installation and tech support.
- What are some of the best moments of your life so far? Adopting my son, marrying the love of my life, and getting this awesome job.
- Favorite month of the year? October . . . I love the fall. Hoodies, bonfires, and cuddling my wife.
- What is the best thing you like about your job? I love helping people. We aren’t police or paramedics but we are helping to keep people safe. I also like talking to people and helping them figure out what they want from their security.
- Would you consider yourself an introvert or extrovert? I used to be an introvert when I was younger but have become more of an extrovert as I got older. I try to go above and beyond with everything I do. I also like to joke. With my last name I have to be funny. With being outgoing and sociable I love talking to people. I just find people interesting and love talking to different people.
- What do most people NOT know about you? I grew up in a small town that is six blocks long. We had what every small town has . . . a bar. There was a Co-op, post office, and one mechanic. My school was Amherst Broncos. There were 300 kids in K-12. I graduated with 32 kids in my class. I loved growing up in a small town. Everyone is super friendly and waves when you pass them on the road. I use to work cattle and hogs; cut, rake, and bail hay; ride horses and 4-wheelers, and spray weeds. I do miss the farm life but it was a great experience to grow up in and learn hard work.