Shop EOM - February 2015

Shop EOM - February 2015
Mar 10, 2015

Daniel Thompson

To learn, stay motivated, and show off your potential, there’s nothing quite like taking charge at work. And for Daniel Thompson, panel processing lead for Western Window Systems, taking on new responsibilities comes naturally.

“Daniel understands every job in the building,” says Western Window Systems production manager Chris Allgood. “He was one of the original members who got the night shift going. Now he’s part of a two-man team that is systematically improving the CNC.”

Thompson started with the company in 2007 in the window department. From there, he’s held positions on the frame, panel, and CNC teams. Thompson has further expanded his role by taking on the security of the building and acting as gatekeeper of the storeroom. In the core value of partnership, he’s trained nearly every employee in the door department for his shift.

And when it comes to sacrifice, Thompson knows that, too.

“He cancelled his vacation because we needed him,” says Josh Stegall, custom door manager at Western Window Systems. “He consistently beats our expectations.”

Congratulations to Daniel Thompson, Western Window Systems’ shop employee of the month for February.

Learn more about Daniel Thompson by reading his Q&A below:

Where are you from?
Tempe, Arizona.

What song best sums you up?
“Red Solo Cup” by Toby Keith

What is your favorite sport to watch/play?
I like to watch football.

What are your hobbies?
Shooting pool and playing darts with friends.

Who do you admire?
My father.

Where do you most want to travel?

If money was no object…
I’d drive across the country.

What’s your favorite family recipe?
Deep-fried macaroni and cheese balls.

What’s your favorite movie?
Step Brothers.

What’s your biggest success up until now?
Moving up the ladder at Western Window Systems.

What’s your favorite part of working at Western Window Systems?
Being a part of a team that builds extraordinary products.

What’s one fact about you that almost no one else knows?
I’m the tallest in my family (6’2”) and the worst at basketball.