I had the pleasure of working with Tommy Webb two years ago. We helped him get back into an industry he’d been out of for 15 years. Cool! Now he’s a new job found him.
I’m reminded of Proverbs 22:1, which says, “A good name is better than great riches. To be esteemed is better than silver or gold.” Tommy has a good name, and he is highly esteemed by those who know him. I was telling some clients today about how Tommy and I and one other gentleman delivered Christmas presents to a mother and her three young children about 23 years ago. They lived in a housing project near the Atlanta Federal Prison.
In the past 13 years or so, Tommy has been paying it forward by serving at Fayetteville First United Methodist Church and Square Foot Ministry. All of this great service speaks of his character and heart. He’s a good man.
Tommy, I am very proud of you and glad to call you my friend.
– Dave O’Farrell
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I just wanted you to know that I found another job, or I should say it found me.
Long story short, an old supplier of mine from my last job called and wanted me to run their Atlanta branch. I will start training on the 16th. My last day at my current job will be on the 11th. I hope to drop my JobSeekers on Friday.
I will send you an email later with the HR contact info. They might hire a supervisor or two after the first of the year.
– Tommy Webb