BRIDGEPORT, W.Va. – United Hospital Center’s Floyd Hardy, offsite facilities technician, was recognized as the UHC Associate of the Quarter for January, February, and March 2016.
Hardy began his career at UHC in June 2012. He was nominated by 12 of his colleagues at UHC ENT, who said that Hardy is a constant reminder of what a good employee should be and shows fellow employees regularly (with his example) how to take pride in their work.
His associates also said that he demonstrates hard work, dedication, great personality traits, eagerness to please, and advanced knowledge of his job. They continued further by saying that Hardy is completely devoted to his job, no matter how big or small the tasks, and that he always has a smile.
“Floyd is a great asset to the facilities management department,” Geoff Marshall, vice president of facilities management, said. “I receive nothing but compliments from office staff and doctors about how well he performs his job.”
Hardy is a graduate of Liberty High School and Pierpont Community and Technical College. He has the following degrees: International Association of Electrical Inspectors, Fire Protection Damper Technician, Journeyman Electrician, Journeyman Plumber, HVAC Licensed Technician, Universal Licensed EPA for HVAC, Fundamentals of Supervision and Management, and Heat Pump Certified.
He belongs to St. John’s Lodge #24 AF & AM, Nemesis Shriners, York Rite, and Scottish Rite. Hardy resides in Wallace with his wife Tina. He has seven children: Victoria, Alexis, Justice, Danielle, Angel, Kiera, and China.