West Blocton’s Lineman, Phillip Genry Speaks About 44yrs of Changes

During Alabama Lineman Appreciation Day June 5, Alabama Power linemen where honored for service to companies, communities and customers all across the state of Alabama and are often called upon to aid other states.


Phillip Genry has seen many changes in four decades at Alabama Power.

Phillip Genry has been with his wife and with Alabama Power for more than 44 years and he’s seen great things from both.

In addition to decades of love and companionship, his marriage to Susan has brought him a son – who now also works with the power company – and three grandchildren.

Genry’s years with Alabama Power have brought him from working on a tree crew to being a utilityman, a meter reader, apprentice lineman, a lead lineman and his current position as a local operation lineman in West Blocton.

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SOURCE (Alabama NewsCenter)
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