As we continue to grow and expand our services, we also continue to grow and expand our amazing staff. Without them, we wouldn’t be able to offer Service at its Peak. Our employees truly care about our customers and want to offer them the best, whether they are picking up their recycling, delivering fuel, or answering their questions.
We want to welcome Steve Elliott to the team now that he has a few weeks under his belt. Steve is a member of our new Ogdensburg team and is an account manager. If you live in the St. Lawrence County area you are bound to run into him at some point—whether you see him at a local event or just romping around town. We took some time ourselves to get to know the man behind the impressive resumé that he brings to the team.
Q: How many years have you been in the business?
A: Twenty-five years I have been in the oil and fuel business!
Q What is your favorite part of the job?
A: I love interacting with people, so our customers are my favorite part.
Q: What three traits would you say define you?
A: Hard working, loyal, and driven to succeed.
Q: What are you most excited to bring to the company?
A: I’m excited to share my enthusiasm with all of you!
Q: What is the most surprising thing that you have learned about Adirondack so far?
A: I guess I would have to say the Adirondack for Kids program. I’m quite impressed with it and have been sharing it with all my new customers.
Q: What are your hobbies outside of work?
A: I love hunting, fishing, trapping, canoeing, gardening… basically anything outside!
Q: What is one thing you can’t live without?
A: The love of my family—that is something I definitely can’t live without.
Q: What is your favorite place to be?
A: At camp with my family
Q: What is your favorite book?
A: The Peterson Field Guide to Animal Tracks. I love trying to figure out what the critters are doing. You could say I’m a student of nature.
Q: What is your favorite movie or television show?
A: The X-Files
Q: Tell us something that might surprise us about you.
A: I’m deathly afraid of spiders. I run away from them the first chance I get.