Three employees celebrate 30-plus years service
We’ve come a long way since we began operating Conway’s electric light plant in 1929, and we owe much of our success to our employees – the men and women who proudly serve this community 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
This month, Conway Corporation would like to recognize three employees who are celebrating three milestone anniversaries and have each been with the company 30 years or more.
Greg Dell is celebrating 30 years with Conway Corporation. Greg was hired in January 1985 and worked as an Installer/Load Controller and Water/Wastewater Designer before becoming the CAD Administrator in 2000. In 2005, he was promoted to Engineering and Planning Assistant Manager. In May 2005, he was promoted to his current position Engineering and Planning Manager. Greg oversees a department of 21 that is responsible for all engineering activities necessary to operate and maintain utility service including forecasting, system planning, system design and analysis.
Lance Woodcock is celebrating 32 years with Conway Corporation. Lance was hired in January 1983 as a Groundman and started Conway Corporation’s Apprentice Program in 1984. He became a Journeyman Lineman in 1988 and was promoted to his current Senior Lineman position in January 2000. Lance oversees a crew in the electric department that is responsible for the installation and maintenance of electrical transmission and distribution including power lines and stations.
Bill Fulmer is celebrating 36 years with Conway Corporation. Bill was hired in January 1979 as a Wastewater Plant Operator and in 1994 became the Chief Operator. He was promoted in 1997 to his current position as Wastewater Plant Superintendent. Bill is responsible for the 11-member wastewater department and ensures the continuous and safe operation of Conway Corporation's wastewater treatment facilities including Tucker Creek and the newly constructed Tupelo Bayou.