Troy Michael Harmon

Title: Journeyman Boilermaker

Company: Boilermakers Union

Location: Bonne Terre, MO

Career History: Boilermaker, Local 27 Union Hall, St. Louis MO, (Through different contractors), (1995-Present)

Troy Michael Harmon, Journeyman Boilermaker at Boilermakers Union, has been recognized as a Marquis Emerging Leader for their contributions and achievements in the field.

Mr. Harmon had been working in a factory when his father informed him about the field of boiler making and the possibilities within that industry. Once he got his feet wet, he knew there was no other path for him in life as it allowed him to travel all over the country. He began working in the field in 1995 and soon found one of the best things to come out of the job was the camaraderie and the lessons learned by the people who have been at the job for much longer than he has. In addition to working as a boilermaker, Mr. Harmon has explored his creative passions in the form of writing. He began writing book s in 1998 and has found writing to be a rewarding experience and outlet. Additionally, Mr. Harmon has written poetry.

Mr. Harmon’s day-to-day responsibilities include repairing boilers and ensuring everyone has electricity; servicing power plants, nuclear power plants, refineries, and paper mills and providing his skills and expertise for different powerhouse companies across the country. With more than 25 years of experience, he has consistently ensured the public remains secured in their energy provisions. In his line of work he has received many accolades, but defines his most notable achievement as the more than 25 years on the job as a boilermaker, Local 27 Union Hall. He is also proud of being recognized as a Poet of the Year.

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