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Teamwork Spotlight

During Tuesday afternoon’s torrential downpour, WALT dispatcher & driver, Dana Keithly was unloading consumers at their residences. At one stop, off-duty DSP, Jason Bevan and his daughter ducked through the rain to check on Dana to see if she needed any help unloading folks. “Now, that’s teamwork and one of the many reasons I absolutely love working at Futures!” Dana commented the next day.

Jason lives in the area and happened to be home and noticed the WALT bus unloading folks. “I knew there were a couple in there in wheelchairs and knew it would be a nightmare to unload them in this downpour,” said Jason. “So I dragged my daughter along and helped Dana out,” said Jason.

In extraordinary weather like we’ve been having; it’s great to employ extraordinary employees who don’t hesitate to help out their colleagues. 

In extraordinary weather like we’ve been having; it’s great to employ extraordinary employees who don’t hesitate to help out their colleagues.
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