Twenty-Six-Year TECO Employee Retires

In July 2017, TECO provided a warm retirement sendoff to Pat Brown, a senior millwright mechanic, who had been with the company since 1991. He started with TECO as a mechanic III, with his skills and abilities quickly earning him a promotion.

He was assigned to the South Main Plant in 2003 right after plant construction was completed, becoming the plant’s go-to maintenance person. He was also assigned to The University of Texas Health Science Center’s Research Park Energy Plant when TECO took over its operation.

Pat often answered after-hour calls, always addressing the issues promptly. His extensive skills and knowledge of rotation equipment made him one of TECO’s most valuable employees. There has not been one chilled-water or steam service interruption due to an equipment outage at either plant during his tenure.

Pat (in red shirt) is looking forward to spending more time with his family. Plus he will be able to spend more time on his hobby: trains! A number of his family members were able to attend Pat’s retirement party, which prominently featured a train theme. Thank you, Pat, for a job well done. We wish you all the best!

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