Employee helps children with disabilities enjoy baseball on their terms
“Bend those knees, Ethan.”
“Great swing, Katrina!”
“Go, go, go! Next batter up is Chloeeeeee.”
SRP employee Seth Burnett moved around the ballfield at Anthem Community Park in north Phoenix on a recent Saturday morning, guiding the players, showing them how to swing the bat and egging them on to do their best, all with a big smile.
SRP employee shares cautionary tale of lighting safety
Sharing this rather scary experience of an SRP employee and customer, who came home to his “Christmas miracle” over the holiday weekend.
Like many of us, Michael McNamara, a photographer here at SRP, had left his holidays lights plugged in before leaving the house, so they’d be on when he and his family returned home. But when they did, the house was all dark.
Valley resident credits SRP employee with saving his life
Flynt Smith was on his way to his parent’s house, looking forward to spending a relaxing Memorial Day weekend with his wife and eight children.
Just as Smith, a senior engineer at Coronado Generating Station near St. Johns, Arizona, steered the family van out of the Salt River Canyon toward Globe, he came upon an accident — an overturned tractor-trailer gasoline tanker.
Smoke poured out from the back of the truck. Gasoline flowed down the side of the road. It sounded like a heavy downpour, Smith recalled. One spark could have ignited the vehicle and the surrounding area.