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Volunteer Firefighters

UNPLUGGED: Providing critical services to rural communities

When moving to or driving through small communities, most folks don’t consider who’s going to come to their aid if… read more

October 11, 2017
Goode trains

UNPLUGGED: Goode has a thing about trains

When you work for the nation’s largest electric and gas company, you learn a lot – a whole lot –… read more

August 10, 2017

UNPLUGGED: The freedom of speech

Allbritton overcomes fear of public speaking, becomes hired storyteller The fear of public speaking is common. No matter how well… read more

April 17, 2017

Unplugged: Gallegos has thick skin for the pigskin

He’s a CPS Energy worker whose second job requires thick skin. It’s a part-time job where customers call you vulgar,… read more

December 1, 2016

Unplugged: When soccer isn’t just for kicks

Lane Burris is like any other dad. He let his kids try a little bit of everything until they found… read more

June 15, 2016
Unplugged-Teachers

Unplugged: Extra credit

Employees teach night classes, help others improve their skills Some long for the days of summer and escaping the classroom.… read more

June 1, 2016
Unplugged - Rudy

Unplugged: ‘Ministry of presence’

Guerrero uses his ‘gift’ to help hospital patients, others in need No one wants to be in the hospital. Rarely… read more

March 17, 2016
John Brogdon

Unplugged: In the arena with a real S.A. Rodeo ‘champion’

Throughout the year, CPS Energy’s John Brogdon wears two hats. He’s a journeyman meterman in our electric meter shop, and… read more

February 18, 2016

Unplugged: ‘Wakeup call’ helps Scheel overcome health challenge

Celebrating the holidays with family and friends will feel extra special for one CPS Energy employee. Just last year, Phillip… read more

December 16, 2015

Unplugged: ‘A survivor running’

De la Chapa overcomes cancer, runs New York City Marathon The Queensboro Bridge in New York City crosses the East… read more

December 3, 2015
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