Before the NFL season opener game on Thursday night, Brandon Brewer (Welder) was pretty confident that his Pittsburgh Steelers would beat Cassie Massey’s (Administrative Assistant) New England Patriots. Mr. Brewer stated that he would expect Mrs. Massey to wear a Steelers jersey the next day. Looks like the tables have turned, Mr. Brewer.
Nick Dimm (pictured left) is Continental Tide’s Employee of the Month for the month of September. His efforts overhauling the flight deck doors, flushing the portside capstan, and refurbishing the crane hydraulics, ram assemblies, and boom extension chains were instrumental in the on-time completion of all tasking onboard USS Kearsarge (LHD-3).
Mr. Avery Scott was named Employee of the Month for October. His efforts during the electrical portion of the oily water separator installs have been instrumental in Continental Tide’s success onboard USS BLUE RIDGE (LCC-19). This award is a special thank you to Mr. Scott for his continuing dedication and work hard as part of our AIT team.
Continental Tide employees working around the globe took part in raising awareness of breast cancer by wearing pink Continental Tide T-shirts to work. October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. Breast cancer is the most common form of cancer in the United States only behind skin cancer. Although this disease primarily affects women (1 in every 8), statistics show that the lifetime risk for men to develop breast cancer is 1 in 1,000. A group of employees at Continental Tide’s Virginia Beach office took time to show off the Breast Cancer Awareness T-shirts while an AIT department crew working at a base in Japan pose in front of the USS Blue Ridge LCC-19. Join us and show your support! Let’s spread awareness!!
Continental Tide would like to recognize Mr. Edward Kabak as the Employee of the Month for the month of November. In addition to Mr. Kabak’s outstanding support of the Engineering Department, including the USCGC MACKINAW Program and other on-going engineering efforts, he has been crucial to the organization in developing, organizing, reviewing, and archiving our QA/QMS Program and Documentation. Mr. Kabak’s efforts in taking on this additional effort while maintaining his traditional workload deserve to be recognized.