The People Behind Your Power: Christopher Morrow
July 28, 2020
Christopher Morrow, Warehouse Worker
Office Location: Lancaster
Years with the Co-op: 5
Favorite vacation spot: Smoky Mountains
Three words that describe me: Trustworthy, friendly, dependable
Favorite restaurant: Texas Roadhouse
Favorite movie: Better Off Dead
What do you enjoy doing in your spare time? Hunting, fishing, beekeeping, making maple syrup
What is a warehouse worker? A warehouseman has one main responsibility: to support the operations staff. A wareshouseman wears many hats in different roles: inventory specialist, shipping/receiving clerk, equipment operator, custodian.
What makes Chris a great warehouse worker? “Chris Morrow is consistently enthusiastic, reliable and committed to South Central Power! He does an outstanding job keeping material available for our SCP crews and outside contractors. He is always providing ideas and best practices to make the warehouse team better. In my mind there is no doubt that Chris comes to work every day to contribute his absolute best.” — Tom Williams, Safety and Environmental Compliance Administrator
What does Chris say about his work? “I enjoy the warehouse position because we get to support and interact with every department in the company, in some capacity, including the members. The diverse workload helps keep the job interesting, and every day has its own set of challenges and opportunities.” — Chris, Warehouse Worker
At South Central Power Company, our goal is to provide you with reliable electricity at an affordable price. Sure, we rely on poles, wires, transformers, and substations to make it happen, but behind all of that stands an incredible team of employees who work 24/7 to keep the cooperative running at its best.
South Central employs 250 workers who do everything from line work to accounting. In our member service lobbies, warehouses and trucks, our 24-hour dispatch center, and more, our employees work hard to make sure your needs are met in every community we serve. This year, we’re spotlighting some of those employees — the people behind your power.