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From the Grid to the Grid Iron: Entergy’s 2019 Linemen Lit up the Field


They are at the top of their game when electrifying the grid. Now, they’ve shown they can electrify the gridiron, too.

“They” are Entergy’s 2019 Linemen of the Game, chosen for their commitment and dedication to Entergy, our customers, our communities and above all—safety.

Throughout the National Football League’s 2019 season, Entergy, as a patron saint of the New Orleans Saints, honored its own “lineman of the game” in a sideline presentation during all Saints’ home games.

In 2019, 11 Entergy field workers were recognized.

With the annual Pro Bowl, NFL Honors and Super Bowl LIV coming up, here’s our all-star line-up from the 2019 season:


Working tirelessly to prevent outages before they occur, these are the guys who power life for our customers and communities:

Zack Rapier 
Entergy Arkansas
13 years
Kevin Rogers
Senior Lineman
Entergy Mississippi
19 years
Wayne Kamm
Senior Lineman
Entergy New Orleans
15 years
Melvin Hasten
Entergy Louisiana
29 years


To complement the offense, you need a good defense. These are the men who are on the front lines when the power goes out—whether at home or away helping others restore light and life after major storms.

Adam Jackson
Entergy Arkansas
17 years
Michael Fouché
Senior Lineman
Entergy Mississippi
14 years
Justin Mitcham
Serviceman 1st Class
Entergy Texas
4 years
Kevin Daigle
Reliability Serviceman
Entergy Louisiana
30 years


While we mostly deliver electricity, we do have the privilege of delivering gas to some of our customers. Our special team this year includes not only linemen, but a gas corrosion technician, as well.

Destiny McGallion
Meterman 1st Class
Entergy Texas
8 years
Jason Orlando
Lineman 1st Class
Entergy Texas
6 years
Brant Russo
1st Class Gas Corrosion Technician
Entergy Louisiana
9 years

Congrats to 2019’s All-Star Linemen—a winning team!!

Leyla Goodsell
Senior Communications Specialist