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Hydro One employee recognized for volunteer efforts in Kingsville.

It was a regular day at work when Brandon, an Area Distribution Engineering Technician, received a phone call that took him by surprise. Gord Queen, the Deputy Mayor of Kingsville, had nominated him for the Power Workers’ Union’s Community Volunteer Award and Brandon had been selected as one of this year’s recipients.

“It felt great being recognized for my volunteer work, but I don’t volunteer to receive recognition,” said Brandon, “You really get to k
now your community when you volunteer.”

Brandon has offered his time, talent and experience in volunteering for several community events throughout Kingsville. He had assisted the town’s Business Improvement Association for years by helping with the town’s free public music concerts, and used his free time to aid in the electrical set up of a Tall Ships event. Brandon is also involved in coaching players on the local lacrosse, hockey, and CanSkate teams.

In addition to the award, a donation was made to the charity of Brandon’s choice and one that is very close to his heart, the Erie Shores Hospice. The hospice is a community-based, palliative hospice in Essex County that provides services for patients and their families who are dealing with life-altering diagnoses.

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