FLINT – Goyette Mechanical has announced its 2017 Excellence in Service Award winners.
Davison resident Kevin Kinasz has been awarded the Curt Maser Excellence Award, Byron resident Jonathon Esper has been awarded the George Hier Excellence Award. Goyette also created a new award category for 2017, The Greg Monzo Excellence Award was bestowed for the first time to the awards namesake, Greg Monzo.
The Curt Maser Award is given each year to the Goyette Service Technician that exemplifies excellence in Customer Service, Training and Certification. The annual George Hier Award is designated for Installation Services as well as Professionalism and customer reviews.
The newly created Greg Monzo Award is designated for Outstanding Residential Service. Raised in Reese and now residing in Davison Township, Kevin Kinasz is a HVAC/R Service graduate from Delta College. Kevin has been working with the Goyette Team for the last four and a half years.
Jonathon Esper, a lifelong Byron resident, has been working as a Technician with Goyette Mechanical for over 10 years.
Originally from Grand Blanc, and now residing in Burton, Greg Monzo has nearly 40 years of trade experience, the last 18 years as part of the Goyette team.
Curt Lalonde, General Manager for Goyette Mechanical said, “all three of these gentlemen have exemplified all the aspects we look for in an employee” “their years of fantastic service to Goyette customers and level of professionalism have earned them these awards.
“We are proud every day to have them representing our company.” –
All of this year’s award recipients have been active volunteers in the “Project Heat’s On” program. Project Heat’s On is an annual community service effort to help provide heating service to Burton area families in need. Many homes with failing heating systems run the risk of going through the winter months without heat, or are forced to use dangerous heating alternatives.
Project Heat’s On selects more than 40 homes each year and provides necessary furnace repair and in some cases replacement. The program is going into its 10th year, and is organized each year by the City of Burton, Goyette Mechanical and several other supporting local businesses. Greg Monzo was instrumental in helping to create the program that has now served over 400 Burton homes. – G.G.