Elizabethtown, KY

#1 Apr 21, 2009
Anybody know why he aint been at work?
Hey Hey Hey

Danville, KY

#2 Apr 22, 2009
He has been on Vacation.
Cma lay off

Danville, KY

#3 Apr 22, 2009
I heard he put his two week notice in. Its a shame he was a good supervisor.
shut down already

Leitchfield, KY

#4 Apr 22, 2009
He, like some of us that use to work there probally got tired of doing someone eles's work. Same old bs..
funny stuff

Lexington, KY

#5 Apr 22, 2009
shut down already wrote:
He, like some of us that use to work there probally got tired of doing someone eles's work. Same old bs..

Elizabethtown, KY

#6 Apr 22, 2009
It's a shame that after 19 years, that he quit. Curtis lost a good, hardworking employee. He was a great supervisor. I heard he got a job at the EMS building.

Saint Paul, MN

#7 Apr 23, 2009
Tony worked hard for Curtis for 19 years. He often brought work home so he could spend some time with his family.When he worked in the tube mill some of his team leaders & group leaders brought home more pay than he did because of overtime. But I can guarantee he was there every bit as much as any of them. When he was demoted it was very hard on him at first. He was only trying to explain that what looked good on paper would not work in reality. There were many weeks that he spent 80+ hours there. It almost cost him his marriage. Tony was accused of being "arrogant" when he was demoted. I think he just knew his people & his machines & what they were capable of. It turns out the move took a huge weight off his shoulders. He was more laid back & happy. However, he has always enjoyed working EMS. When the opportunity came open for him to move into that position he jumped at the chance. He is happier now than he has been in a long time. As far as Curtis, he gave them his everything and as far as I know it was appreciated until Doug & Terri turned so much over to David Sparks. He is the one that is rude & arrogant. That didn't come from Tony-he never says anything bad about anyone. That comes from comments numerous people have made. I hope Doug & Terri thank David for helping Tony make that decision to leave.They will be hard pressed to find someone as devoted as he was. He rarely missed work & even when he was off sick he was calling to see if they needed anything or had any questions for him. I really wish Curtis well. Tony has very few bad memories of working there. I'm glad he left on a good note instead of a bad one. He is not the kind of person to be insulting or rude. Neither of us have bad memories of Terri or Doug until David came along. He will truly miss his co-workers. He will always have fond memories of his time at CMA.

Since: Feb 09

Danville, KY

#8 Apr 23, 2009
I have know Tony almost all my life. Even as a young kid Tony was a leader. I truely believe that some CMA higher ups feel threatened when a real leader is present.

Greenbrier, AR

#9 Apr 25, 2009
Way to go Tony. Good Luck and enjoy. :)

Monticello, KY

#10 Apr 26, 2009
I guess when all the good ones are gone then David, Courtney, Laura and Dawn can get on floor and run it like they know they can.

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