KKBN Hard Working Man(07.27.16)

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TYLER ALEXANDER

Reason why you think this person should be nominated for the KKBN Hard Working Man Award
Tyler is a very hard working man. He works 6 days a week and never complains. He has a wife and 2 children at home whom he makes sure they have everything they need. He takes care of everyone in need and always has a smile of his face. He has the biggest heart ever.

 

Michelle Davis

 

The KKBN Hard Working Man is brought to you :

 “Jim’s Automotive on Shaws Flat-Family owned and operated since 1950″

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“ Nate’s Tree Service, serving all tri counties! No job too big, no job too small”

KKBN Hard Working Man(07.20.16)

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Matt Greenlee
I think Matt should be nominated for The Hard Working Man because that is exactly what he is. He never hesitates to stop on the side of the road to help anyone and everyone with a flat, or car troubles. When we arrived home after spending 3.5 years in El Paso while he served in the U.S Army, he started his new job at New Melones Lake Marina, and he never hesitates to work overtime. He never stops what he is doing just because he’s off the clock. He shows up early, he stays late. On the weekends, he’s working on our yard or lending a helping hand to a friend. And after it all, he still comes home in a great mood and so eager to hangout with his family and spend as much time as he can with our nephew Maverick. I’ve never met someone like this guy, truly an inspiration to many including myself.

Kayla Greenlee

 

The KKBN Hard Working Man is brought to you :

 “Jim’s Automotive on Shaws Flat-Family owned and operated since 1950″

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“ Nate’s Tree Service, serving all tri counties! No job too big, no job too small”

KKBN Hard Working Man(07.06.16)

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Bill Hardisty
My husband bill is the ultimate hardworking man! He is an amazing father to our 3 sons (Mac, Dane and Liam) a great husband and a devoted and loyal friend.  He worked tirelessly as the operator foreman for the Butte Fire Debris removal project and is now the manager of Carson Hill Rock.  When he’s not working, going to little league games or 4h meetings for the kids he’s out teaching our boys how to be hardworking Cowboys while managing our herd of cattle. While he loves what he does professionally he truly believes that making our 3 boys into good hard working men is his most important job of all!

Kerry Hardisty

 

The KKBN Hard Working Man is brought to you :

 “Jim’s Automotive on Shaws Flat-Family owned and operated since 1950″

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“ Nate’s Tree Service, serving all tri counties! No job too big, no job too small”

KKBN Hard Working Man (06.29.16)

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David Burnett
He is a father to be to his son Tanden James, he is a very dedicated man to his family especially when it comes to providing for them. He works 6 days a week every week 60 plus hours laying pipe, construction, contracting, you name it. He loves his wife and son to be due in September and is a hardworking dedicated father and husband , his family loves him and wishes he wasn’t always working but he is a hardworking man and always will be! We love him!

 

Amanda

 

The KKBN Hard Working Man is brought to you :

 “Jim’s Automotive on Shaws Flat-Family owned and operated since 1950″

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“ Nate’s Tree Service, serving all tri counties! No job too big, no job too small”

KKBN Hard Working Man(06.22.16)

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Troy Barajas
I would like to nominate my son-in-law, Troy Barajas, as the Hard Working Man of the Week. He works his tail off running two crews for Nate’s Tree Service. Then he has practice for his tug-of-war teams competing at the Tuolumne Lumber Jubilee.  On his days off he doesn’t mind watching the kids while his wife and I go shopping and he never complains about doing chores for me on the weekends either.  I feel very blessed to have Troy as my son-in-law.

 

Vickie Stone

The KKBN Hard Working Man is brought to you :

 “Jim’s Automotive on Shaws Flat-Family owned and operated since 1950″

nates

“ Nate’s Tree Service, serving all tri counties! No job too big, no job too small”