Category Archives: Employee of the Month

Employee of the Month: Kim Matusevich

Kim Matusevich

Employee of the Month:

Kim Matusevich
Kirby-Vass/Firestop of Virginia: Office Manager
Total Years of Service: 13 years
Nominated By: Greg Cundiff & Tom Kirby

Employee of the Month Write-Up:

Our November Employee of the Month goes to Kim Matusevich. Kim is our Office Manager for Kirby-Vass and Firestop of Virginia. Kim works hard day-in and day-out to make sure all the fine details of the company are running smoothly. She deals with anything from computer issues, billing questions, registering our new hires, payroll, and many more things. She handles things that make the company continue to run efficiently. While juggling all these different duties, she continues to have a great attitude about everything. Kim displays an excellent work ethic and motivates others around her. We are very lucky to have someone like Kim Matusevich working for us.

Employee of the Month: Johnny Broughman

 

Johnny Broughman 1

Employees of the Month:

Johnny Broughman
Kirby-Vass: Assistant Project Manager
Total Years of Service: 25 years
Nominated By: Greg Cundiff & Tom Kirby

 

Employee of the Month Write-Up:

Our October Employee of the Month goes to Johnny Broughman. Johnny is an Assistant Project Manager and handles the Roanoke area. Johnny continues to demonstrate how to be a model employee. He is hard-working and efficient with everything that he does. Johnny has been with the KVI since 1990. He is currently one of the longest active employees for KVI, which includes the two owners. Johnny is called upon to handle one of the busiest areas in our company and does a great job running them. He is asked to juggle between big jobs and small jobs and finds a way each time to make the job successful. To a lot of our customers, Johnny is considered Kirby-Vass and that says a lot about him as a worker. He overall is a great leader, influence, and KVI employee. He is considered one of the “Kirby-Vass Originals” and we are happy to have him all these years later still doing an outstanding job for our company.

Employee of the Month: Chris Walker-Wells

Chris Walker-Wells

Employee of the Month:

Chris Walker-Wells
Firestop of Virginia-Fire Stop Technician
Total Years of Service: 2 years
Nominated By: Mike Divers

Employee of the Month Write-Up:

For the month of September, our Employee of the Month is Chris Walker-Wells. Chris works for Kirby-Vass Insulation’s sister company, Firestop of Virginia. Chris was nominated by his project manager, Mike Divers, because of his hard work and dedication on the Liberty Commons job. The Liberty Commons job is one of the biggest jobs we currently have going on for Firestop of Virginia and Chris was the lead man on the job. He has done an outstanding job managing and maintaining quality work throughout the tenure of the Commons job. Chris has been with us for over two years and he is always working to get potential employees to call us and inquire if we are hiring. Several current KVI and Firestop of Virginia employees have been brought on to our company by Chris’s recruiting. Chris has shown great dedication to the company with his efficient work, recruiting, wiliness to travel for jobs, and overall great attitude at the job sites. Thank you Chris for your hard work, it has not gone unnoticed.

Employee of the Month-John Harrison

John P. Harrison sr

Employee of the Month:

John Harrison
Mechanic-West Division
Nominated By: Greg Cundiff, Tom Kirby, & Bill Hurd

Employee of the Month Write-Up:

August’s Employee of the Month goes to John Harrison. John, also known as “Psycho” in the field, works as a mechanic in the Roanoke Area for the West Division. John has been a driving force in helping the Roanoke Area this busy summer. He has put in an incredible amount of hours in for us to help calm the storm of high priority jobs needing to be done. Often John has been working Saturdays and Sundays to make sure we stay on top of the jobs. Since May, John has worked 117 out of a possible 126 days in the field. At one point in the summer, John had worked an amazing 10 weeks straight without taking a day off. His hard work has not went unnoticed by KVI and his fellow workers. John has worked a large amount of hours and still been able to keep producing quality work which is one of the main goals for KVI. John has been willing to go the extra mile this summer and help out in difficult situations. We applaud him for his hard work and attitude during this spree of long hours.