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R.E. Ginna Nuclear Power Plant Celebrates Service Anniversaries

 

Exelon Generation's R.E. Ginna Nuclear Power Plant takes pride in being a wonderful place to work. Our employees are empowered to grow their jobs into careers. We're open to fresh ideas, diverse points of view - and we believe that's why we succeed.

Recently, more than three dozen employees and security force team members celebrated service anniversaries at Ginna, from five to forty years!

Five Years: Brandon Anderson, Nathan Bates, Patsy Catalano, Joshua Dotson, Josiah Kenyon, Pete Kraft, Jeff LaBarre, Brian Lee, Eric Miller, Evan Reinhardt, Tammy Robinson, Tony Stavalone, Gregory Stachowicz and Mike Wright

Ten Years: Jeremy Armani, David Austin, David Brown, Lacy Carino, Bob Cavalier, Kirsten Connors, Dean Discenza, Phil Gardner, Ben Johns, Jim Johnston, Rob Marcello, Steve Orbaker, Brian Price, Joe Prytyskach, Kyle Ramage, Gregory Ruthven, Jeffrey Rynkowski, John Sehm, Eric Stong, Debbie Thomas, Kris Walter, Jack Washburn and Theresa Wooden

Fifteen Years: Tom Baker and Jamie Newton  

Twenty Years: Scott Piacelli, Phil Spalding and Jess Wheeler

Twenty-Five Years: Eric Carlson and Rick Sents

Thirty Years: Bob Bills, Dean Ganskop, Jerry Hamm, Tom Joachimczyk, Ken Kemp, Frank Klepacki, Mike Mann, Joe Oliver, Kevin Satter, George Turner and Jim Zapetis

Forty Years: George Wrobel

 

 

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