Here at John Prosock Machine, we are thrilled that our employee Phil Damon continues to improve after his accident. You may remember our post in which Phil was honored at our annual John Prosock Machine Christmas party.
Though Phil is on a long road to recovery, his physical therapy has made it possible for him to return to playing the drums. Playing is challenging and difficult for him mentally and physically, but it provides a creative outlet for him in the healing process. And we all know music is good for the soul!
Phil’s daughter, Leah, is a source of joy and encouragement to him.
Recently John and Barb Prosock, staff and employees here at John Prosock Machine decided to collect and sign greeting cards as they continue to seek ways to encourage him in his return to functionality.
We would like to highlight another employee, Kermit Nester. He is a great inspiration to us and to the younger people, as he is a man of a man of faith, integrity, and great work ethics.
Kermit was in his 60’s when he joined the JPM team back in 2001. Kermit used one week of his vacation every year to serve. He and his wife go to South Carolina for a week to help pack shoeboxes for Operation Shoebox, a ministry of the Billy Graham Ministries. His wife has even gone out of the country to help deliver them. He retired this past December, but retirement to Kermit means still working part time. Kermit also plays an active part in the Zion Choral Society, having served as their treasurer.
Finally, welcome two new employees, Corey and Corey. We hope you feel welcome and valued as you join the John Prosock Machine family.