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Goyette technicians showcase local talent in taking annual service honors

Whether independent or company-trained, service technicians are the lifeblood of the industrial machine. Michigan HVAC/R contractor and service company Goyette Mechanical has announced its 2021 Excellence in Service Award winners. The Flint-based operation boasts a range of local talent.

Goyette Mechanical Residential Service Supervisor, Chris Carrell (left) and 2021 Greg Monzo Award winner, Technician, Kevin Kairunas (right).Goyettte photo


Clio resident, Roger Stanley, has been awarded the Curt Maser Award, given to the commercial service technician of the year. Otisville resident, Keith Geiger, has been awarded the George Hier Award, for plumber/small project technician of the year. Swartz Creek resident, Mackenzie Fraim, has been awarded the Donna Glann Award, honoring the year’s best dispatcher/office support employee. Burton resident, Kevin Kairunas, has been awarded the Greg Monzo Award, for residential service technicians.

Each award is voted on by Goyette’s Service Management Team and given to employees “that reach certifications benchmarks, and exemplify excellence in customer service, professionalism, and technical ability,” the Davison Index reported.

Leif Johnson, General Manager for Goyette Mechanical told the local newspaper, “2021 has been a challenging year for everyone. Including these four team members who have excelled at their positions within the Service Department. Their dedication and professionalism have earned them these awards. They all have displayed an uncompromised commitment to quality, integrity and work ethic which exemplifies the very essence of what Goyette Mechanical strives to be. Goyette Mechanical would not be the company it is today without partners like them.”\

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