Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to another segment of Triangle Pond Management’s news feed. For those of you who read my previous entry, I know what you’re probably thinking. “Didn’t you say that you would be updating this page on a monthly basis? So much for fulfilling that promise, Andrew!” And that would be a valid criticism. Hopefully I can manage to post more often than semi-annually at the very least from this point forward. So, without further ado, let’s discuss some of the changes that you might have missed out on during my six-month hiatus from writing.
For future entries on this page, I’ve decided to put the spotlight on some of our crew and highlight some of their most recent accomplishments. This week, I would like to feature Roger Pittman in order to officially congratulate him on his recent promotion to Storm Water Repair Manager.
Ever since Roger started his career as a technician at Triangle Pond Management nearly two years ago, he’s proven to be an incredibly resourceful member of our team and a diligent worker. His distinguishable characteristics, however, are his integrity and professionalism. With the demand for repairs and additional labor increasing, we needed somebody to serve as the front-runner for these enterprises. It didn’t take long to ascertain that he was the best candidate for overseeing this newly established division for non-recurring maintenance. His new role in the company has allowed our business to operate with more efficiency as we continue to grow and expand. Keep up the excellent work, Roger!
We’d also like to bid farewell to two staff members that will be making their departure this month. The first staff member is Joe Theriot, our water garden technician. He has had a massive impact on the clientele he’s serviced despite only being here for roughly four months. Never, in the history of Triangle Pond, has someone elicited such positive feedback from our customers in such a short period of time. Here are some e-mails from our clients that authenticate how effective he is at performing service and leaving a good impression on customers:
Talk about charisma!
The second staff member is Blake Arnold, one of our long-standing aquatic technicians that has been with our company for nearly two years. He’s fulfilled the task of managing a plurality of the SCM devices for our maintenance accounts. He is, without a doubt, one of the most dedicated, self-disciplined, and reliable employees we’ve ever had. The skills and knowledge that he’s displayed are exemplary and will certainly be advantageous to any company that’s lucky enough to have his proficiency at their disposal.
Although we hate to see them go, we’re glad that we had the opportunity to work with these individuals and that they were able to make great strides in helping to improve our business through their proficiency, diligence, and admirable work ethic. We would like to offer them our gratitude for their wonderful service and hope that good fortune is bestowed upon them wherever they might go. There is no doubt in our minds that they’ll both achieve success, regardless of the fields that they decide to pursue. Their names will forever be etched in the history of Triangle Pond Management.
On a lighter note, I would like to welcome some of our newer staff members to the Triangle Pond family: Logan Green, Steven Hoyle, Jacob Lopez, Taylor Bowers, Nick Webster, Cody Shuffler, Shine Crissey, and Seth Perry. We’re happy to have you on board and look forward to working with and getting to know you all!
In other news, we recently completed our annual training at Milburnie Fishing Club. It was my first year participating in this event and I found it to be a very enlightening experience. One subject in particular that piqued my interested was a product that is known as “The Block”. Although this treatment was specifically designed for commercial ponds that exceed one acre in size, it also has the potential to help residential ponds combat the growth of algae and reduce the accumulation of sludge and debris. During our next segment, I will be providing you with more details pertaining to this product and how it could benefit your pond. Also, stay tuned for more updates on our business and resources to keep your ponds in great condition. As always, thank you for supporting Triangle Pond Management! Until next time, fellow pond enthusiasts.