2020 and 2021 Stealth Special Ops Winners
Lucy Maldanado has been with Stealth since 2017. Here is what her coworkers had to say about her.
Lucy represents a leader and a motivator. She communicates well within her team and is very respected and respectful in all she does. Lucy takes pride in all that she does and it shows with the engagement she instills. Lucy completes tasks with a sense of urgency while ensuring quality is a top priority. Lucy embraced the 5S program when it was rolled out and continues to expect excellence. Lucy is also part of the safety team and is always willing to bring forward ideas in ways to improve department standards. She identifies and addresses with the company’s best interest in mind. Lucy represents a leader and a motivator. She communicates well within her team and is very respected and respectful in all she does. Lucy takes pride in all that she does and it shows with the engagement she instills. Lucy completes tasks with a sense of urgency while ensuring quality is a top priority.
Todd Beasley has been with Stealth since 2012. Here is why his coworkers felt Todd was deserving of this honor.
Todd exemplifies the Stealth Attitude. He puts everyone else first and helps out anyone that he can all the time. He does the best of his ability in all things and is polite to everyone even when things are not working correctly. The most admirable traits about Todd are his resiliency and is an optimistic outlook on any given situation. Todd has always produced solid work. Many folks including myself have come to rely on his knowledge and skills for things that no one else can remember or can figure out. The systems I have seen Todd set up fix issues permanently instead of applying a surface-level band-aid if they are carried out completely. Todd recently transitioned roles to the manufacturing specialist, but he still works a good deal on the inventory side of things helping pass on the information and carrying out tasks that seem too difficult while continuously training the whole time as well. This strikes me as especially admirable because when taking many positions at Stealth, we don’t have an in-depth training program for our folks. In contrast, Todd is providing that for his replacement in inventory and that disparity is handled with a great deal of professionalism and respect on his part.