Soldiering on for Michael

Arizona mother carries on Marine son’s legacy through service of her own

It was Mother’s Day 2005 when Margy Bons, a mother of four, heard a knock at the door.

But it wasn’t flowers being delivered or one of her children coming to visit. It was a Marine coming to tell her that her son Michael would never be able to visit again.

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Community garden flourishes

Rainwater harvesting system helps garden, community

A rainwater harvesting system at Escalante Community Garden in Tempe is not only supporting the sustainable growth of the garden but is also growing the self-sufficiency of the community, in part thanks to SRP.

Tony Perez, a Sustainability Program Strategist at SRP, along with a team of volunteers installed the system as part of a service project to celebrate the Arizona State University School of Sustainability’s 10th anniversary.

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Finding a missing boy

SRP employee helps woman find missing grandson

Kyle Denley is used to finding things. As an Underground Facilities Locator at SRP, it’s his job.

But while working last month in Gilbert, Denley located more than just SRP’s underground lines. He helped find a missing child.

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Playbook for success

Employee honored for 3 decades as St. Johns football coach

As the assistant football coach for St. Johns High School, Joe Garcia has helped shape the lives of hundreds of teenagers — some of whom have gone on to become his co-workers.

The St. Johns Unified School District recently honored Garcia, a Plant Mechanic Maintenance Specialist at SRP’s Coronado Generating Station (CGS), for his 30 years of service on the field.

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