Steve Wade

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Wristband number: 
14 389
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This bracelet is beginning its journey with Steve Wade. Steve is a member of the Safety Committee and the facilitator for the New Hire/Transfer Team in Plant 5 at Crown Equipment. The Safety Committee greatly appreciates the dedication of Steve and his team to the safety of themselves and their co-workers, and we look forward to seeing the path that his bracelet takes as it is passed on for each act of kindness!

Gary Moeder

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1 user has voted.
Wristband number: 
14 317
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This bracelet is beginning its journey with Gary Moeder. Gary is a member of the Safety Committee and the facilitator for the Incident Investigation Team in Plant 5 at Crown Equipment. The Safety Committee appreciates the dedication of Gary and his team to the safety of themselves and their co-workers, and we look forward to seeing the path that his bracelet takes as it is passed on for each act of kindness!

LaTrisha Reed

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1 user has voted.
Wristband number: 
14 311
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This bracelet is beginning its journey with LaTrisha Reed. LaTrisha is a member of the Safety Committee and the facilitator for the Lift Truck and Dock Safety Team in Plant 5 at Crown Equipment. The Safety Committee appreciates the dedication of LaTrisha and her team to the safety of themselves and their co-workers, and we look forward to seeing the path that her bracelet takes as it is passed on for each act of kindness!

Dillon Boroff

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1 user has voted.
Wristband number: 
14 315
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This bracelet is beginning its journey with Dillon Boroff. Dillon is a member of the Safety Committee and the facilitator for the Audit/Sweep/Awareness Team in Plant 5 at Crown Equipment. The Safety Committee appreciates the dedication of Dillon and his team to the safety of themselves and their co-workers, and we look forward to seeing the path that his bracelet takes as it is passed on for each act of kindness!

Chris Payne

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1 user has voted.
Wristband number: 
14 312
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This bracelet is beginning journey with Chris Payne. Chris is a member of the Safety Committee and a co-facilitator for the Job Safety Analysis Team in Plant 5 at Crown Equipment. The Safety Committee appreciates the dedication of Chris and his team to the safety of themselves and their co-workers, and we look forward to seeing the path that his bracelet takes as it is passed on for each act of kindness!

Dave Langenkamp

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1 user has voted.
Wristband number: 
14 316
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This bracelet is beginning its journey with Dave Langenkamp. Dave is a member of the Safety Committee and the facilitator of the Emergency Response Team in Plant 5 at Crown Equipment. The Safety Committee appreciates the dedication of Dave and his team to the safety of themselves and their co-workers, and we look forward to seeing the path that his bracelet takes as it is passed on for each act of kindness!

Phil Bentz

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1 user has voted.
Wristband number: 
14 318
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This bracelet is beginning its journey with Phil Bentz. Phil is a member of the Safety Committee and the facilitator of the Job Safety Analysis Team in Plant 5 at Crown Equipment. The Safety Committee appreciates the dedication of Phil and his team to the safety of themselves and their co-workers, and we look forward to seeing the path that his bracelet takes as it is passed on for each act of kindness!

Chris Langdon

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1 user has voted.
Wristband number: 
14 314
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This bracelet is beginning its journey with Chris Langdon. Chris is a member of the Safety Committee and the facilitator of the Hoist and Lifting Attachment Team in Plant 5 at Crown Equipment. The Safety Committee appreciates the dedication of Chris and his team to the safety of themselves and their co-workers, and we look forward to seeing the path that his bracelet takes as it is passed on for each act of kindness!

Schayn Rosebrook

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Wristband number: 
14 313
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This bracelet is starting its journey with Schayn Rosebrook. Schayn is a member of the Safety Committee and the facilitator of the SafeSteps Team in Plant 5 at Crown Equipment. The committee appreciates the dedication of Schayn and his team to the safety of themselves and their co-workers, and we look forward to seeing the path that his bracelet takes as it is passed on for each act of kindness!

Ben Albers

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1 user has voted.
Wristband number: 
14 319
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This bracelet is starting its journey with Ben Albers. Ben is a member of the Safety Committee and the facilitator of the Small Tools Team in Plant 5 at Crown Equipment. The committee appreciates the dedication of Ben and his team to the safety of themselves and their co-workers, and we look forward to seeing the path that his bracelet takes as it is passed on for each act of kindness!

Brad Schlarman

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1 user has voted.
Wristband number: 
14 320
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This bracelet is starting it's journey with Brad Schlarman. Brad is a member of the Safety Committee and the facilitator of the Compressed Gas, Cable, and Hose Team in Plant 5 at Crown Equipment. The committee appreciates the dedication of Brad and his team to the safety of themselves and their co-workers, and we look forward to seeing the path that his bracelet takes as it is passed on for each act of kindness!

See

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10 users have voted.
Wristband number: 
102 654
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Benjamin needed information on expense reports and I offered him to long in at my desk and assisted him and explained the reimbursement process. I then set him up in booking tool so he can book his travel. He thanked me for going above and beyond the normal job responsibility.

Biosafety Cabinet Emergency Repair

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Wristband number: 
11 127
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Staff went out of her way to make an emergency repair on a blower bag for a biosafety cabinet in an effort to have it operate safely, and immediately, for a biology research lab. Without her assistance, the biosafety cabinet would have been out of commission for another 1-2 weeks, slowing down lab research productivity and producing a very, very unhappy research professor.

Morgan Greenhalgh's Actively Caring Summary

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Wristband number: 
90 600
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My story starts with my best friend Maddy. At the University I attend, my friend Maddy is an education major and this year she started teaching high school students. Previously, she had taught middle school students and absolutely loved it and I knew not only were high school students more difficult, but she would have to completely change her teaching style. However, within a few weeks of teaching these students, she found that she loved teaching high school history classes and loved her new students. The reason why I decided to give my bracelet to Maddy was because one day, when her and I were hanging out and talking, she told me about how she was talking to her students and was giving them advice about college and graduate schools and inspiring them to pursue their passions in life. In addition, she would attend school games and outside activities to support her students. I then realized that compared to the other people I knew who were education majors, Maddy truly goes above and beyond for her students. Sure the other education majors like doing what they do and care about their students, but Maddy makes her major her life and truly cares about the well-being and success of her students. That is why I decided to give my bracelet to her and for her to pass on.

Self-transcendence in Indiana

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Wristband number: 
6 955
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My employer, Little Star Center (LSC), brought Dr. Geller to our rally as a speaker. I had not heard of the AC4P movement before today, but left feeling inspired by it and also by the words spoken by Dr. Geller, other speakers, and Little Star staff and families. The information that was shared with us is relevant to Little Star's values and the actualization of its goals. Today, Dr. Geller spoke of three C's: choice, competence, and community. What I took from these words is that we, as agents of actively caring for people and employees of LSC, need to offer individuals and their families the opportunity to make choices, feel competent, and have a sense of community. By doing so, we are empowering them to be, have, and seek more than what society may expect of them. This message is not limited to any one group, either. This message is important for every person to share. Make others feel competent. Make others feel special. Embrace others. Empower others. I hope that we seize this opportunity, not with a sense of obligation, but because we want and CHOOSE to share this mentality and message. It is each individual's decision to actively care for others and set an example for the people around him/her. It is each individual's decision to recognize when another person engages in active caring and pass this bracelet and its message on. I am optimistic that this bracelet, but more importantly, what it symbolizes, is going to inspire others, too.

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