Stojan Radojcic Named TVA’s 2009 Transmission Professional
January 4, 2010
JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. – Stojan Radojcic, a 6-year TVA veteran and Power Maintenance senior technician for the Johnson City TVA Transmission Service Center, has been named “Transmission Operations and Maintenance Professional of 2009.”
Established in 1999, the TOM Professional Recognition Program gives employees of the organization an opportunity to acknowledge their peers and express appreciation for superior performance and sustained commitment to TVA’s “STAR 7” values – integrity, respect, accountability, teamwork, continuous improvement, honest communication and flexibility.
At a ceremony last month, Radojcic was recognized for his excellent work and work ethic. “Stojan is a team player both inside and outside TVA,” TOM Vice President Tracy Flippo said. “He exemplifies the STAR 7 values upon which the TOM Professional Recognition Program is built. TOM professionals represent more than just themselves; they are part of a larger team.”
Also recognized for outstanding transmission work during the fourth quarter, July-September, were Thomas Barnett, an electrician for the Muscle Shoals, Ala., Transmission Service Center; Jason T. Regg, right of way specialist for the Cleveland, Tenn., sector; and Lance Smith, transmission system technician for the Jackson, Tenn., Transmission Service Center.
For the 10th consecutive year, TVA has provided reliable power 99.999 percent of the time to its customers in the Tennessee Valley. The reliability figure is TVA’s measurement of the magnitude and duration of power outages that affect local power distributors and the industries served by TVA across the Valley over a 12-month period that ended Oct 1, 2009.
TVA is the nation’s largest public power provider and is completely self-financing. TVA provides power to large industries and 157 power distributors that serve approximately 9 million consumers in seven southeastern states. TVA also creates economic development opportunities and manages the Tennessee River and its tributaries to provide multiple benefits, including flood damage reduction, navigation, water quality and recreation.
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