Thomas Griffin, Plant Maintenance Technician

Thomas spends his days assisting other technicians on troubles, installs, and maintenance work. He also maintains pedestals and copper cabling in the field, ensuring quality service to our customers. Thomas helps where ever he’s needed, has a mind for detail, and is a quick learner. He’s a great asset to the team!

What is your favorite thing to do on your off time?

I enjoy sitting down to watch a show or movie and spending time with family and friends.

How do you plan to use your Volunteer Time Off?

I would like to spend my VTO time helping out the community somehow, so if anyone has suggestions, please let me know!

What are some little-known facts about you?

A little-known fact about me is that I used to have very long hair.

What is your favorite thing about your home?

My office. It provides a comfy, quiet space that encourages me to get things done.

What is the secret to a good life?

Maintain a youthful enthusiasm towards whatever you do, and never stop learning.

What is the scariest thing you’ve ever done for fun?

Some friends and I would get off the beaten path and look for swimming spots in the past. Specifically those with high jump-off rocks.

Tell us about something on your bucket list.

Travel, travel, travel! I’ve always been filled with curiosity about what other parts of the world are like and would love to see them for myself.

What was the last show you binge-watched? What made it enjoyable?

The last show I binge-watched is called “Workaholics,” and I would highly suggest everyone not to watch it.

Are you into podcasts, or do you only listen to music?

I’ve never been one to listen to podcasts, but I listen to every type of music there is.

Have you ever disliked something and then changed your mind?

Mashed potatoes: I was never a fan until recently, now I couldn’t live without them.

What do you remember most about your first job?

I was an usher at a movie theater. It was awful.

Tell us about a pet peeve you have.

Those who should reattend drivers ed.

What makes you feel most alive? 

Seeing some of the world’s most incredible views.