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Love is in the AAir: Terry and Nicole Butler

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Most full-time working Americans spend about a third of their lifetime sleeping and another third working, according to the U.S. Department of Labor. The last 33 percent is spent on education, leisure and family. This blog series is dedicated to our employees who’ve learned to game the system, and combined their time toiling away at work… Read more »

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Envoy VP competes in 70.3 Ironman Triathlon

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Galveston, Texas. It’s supposed to be muggy and hot. Or so thought Jay Murray, Envoy Vice President of Maintenance, on the day of his Memorial Herman Half-Ironman Triathlon. The 70.3 mile course of swimming in the Gulf of Mexico, biking and running was sopping wet, bitterly cold and endlessly challenging. Yet, he and his wife… Read more »

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60 Second interview: Bridgette Warren-Murrell

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Bridgette is the Manager of both our Worker’s Compensation and Absence Management Programs based at Envoy Headquarters (EHQ).   What is the best advice you’ve received? Don’t sweat the small stuff. Why? Because it’s ALL small. AND (I couldn’t choose only one!), stay ready to keep you from having to get ready! What keeps you… Read more »

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Mother and Son make their Envoy dreams come true

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As Mother’s Day approaches this May 13, we’d like to share a story of a mother and son whose passion for the aviation industry led them to fulfill a lifelong dream of working together for Envoy. Corey McGuinness, who recently upgraded to Captain on the Embraer 145 in Miami, followed his mother to Envoy after she became… Read more »

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New Envoy Captain gives hope to young aviators

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Not many people would forego a paycheck, smile, and continue to work with vigorous passion. Unless you’re Gabe Molina — who loved his job teaching Los Angeles inner-city youth all about aviation so much that he happily did it pro bono. Before coming to Envoy, Captain Gabe Molina worked as a Certified Flight Instructor at… Read more »

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