Leonard Haddock Retires

Leonard Haddock Retires

October 23, 2019

Stores Warehouse Technician Leonard Haddock has recently retired after 22 years of service with Greenville Utilities. He spent his first 17 years as an Equipment Operator in Water Resources, and the last five years with Stores. As a Stores Warehouse Technician, he was responsible for making sure that crews had what they needed to get their jobs done.

“My main responsibility was making sure supplies can be easily located and confirming that we have what we’re supposed to have from our supplier,” Leonard said. “Getting materials to the guys so they can get back to their job sites was top priority.” He was also a curator of the work yard, ensuring that inventory in the yard was also organized and in working condition. On top of his daily job responsibilities, Leonard also served as an Observer for GUC’s Lighthouse Process.

Leonard said he always enjoyed it here, and most importantly, enjoyed working with so many employees. “I loved helping people out, conversing with them and getting to know them a little bit better,” he said.

Leonard and his wife, Angie, have two children, CJ and Anna, along with three grandchildren, Karlie, Haley, and Colton. In retirement, Leonard plans to drive a truck for TMC, and, when he’s not on the road, enjoy more fishing and railroading (railway modeling). He also plans to continue running the sound system at his church, Gorham Swamp PFB, and recording the weekly sermons for those who cannot leave their homes to attend service.

Good luck in retirement, Leonard!