Staff of the Frankfort Plant Board would like to congratulate Support Services Director Mark Redmon on his retirement and thank him for his 26 years of service to FPB.
“FPB has been a staple of the Frankfort community for more than 75 years, and we owe that success to our employees,” said Cathy Lindsey, FPB public information coordinator. “Today we say goodbye to one of the best. Mark Redmon has been with FPB for more than a third of the company’s existence and has built a successful career here in his hometown. We wish him the best as he retires and enjoys his next adventure.”
Mark started at FPB in 1992 as a stock clerk. He was promoted to inventory control coordinator and then support services director in 2005 where he leads the department in charge of the operations that keep FPB running – inventory, stock room, garage, maintenance of all FPB facilities, fleet vehicles and equipment, grounds crew, janitorial services and purchasing.
“Mark is one of the unsung heroes behind the scenes,” said Assistant General Manager Vent Foster. “He has been an excellent manager for years, and we are going to miss him and all the experience he has. We want to thank him for all that he has done for FPB.”