What may have been an upsetting loss for New Orleans Saints fans turned out to be a weekend to remember for senior lineman Wayne Kamm who was recognized as Entergy’s Lineman of the Game during the Saints v. Atlanta Falcons match-up.
Navasota native Jason Orlando was honored as Entergy’s Lineman of the Game during Monday Night Football’s Texans-Saints game on Sept. 9.
“Thanks to all the men and women who work under stressful conditions to make us comfortable.”
When you share your hometown with Archie Manning, it’s hard not to be a New Orleans Saints fan. As a boy, Kevin Rogers moved to Drew, Mississippi, and became an instant fan of the town’s most famous football son. Rogers will be recognized on the field Aug. 9 during the Saints' pre-season opener against the Minnesota Vikings as Entergy’s Lineman of the Game, the first for this football season.
Lonnie Hamilton has been driving boats all his life -- a skill that's handy in the Bayou State, where there's way more water than land. Hamilton is an Entergy lineman based in the New Orleans metro region, and unlike most linemen who drive service trucks, his vehicle of choice is an airboat. But as a recent incident proved, Hamilton's airboat can be useful beyond his Entergy duties.
On July 10, Entergy, along with the Edison Electric Institute and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, will salute the nation’s electrical lineworkers by observing National Lineworker Appreciation Day.
This letter was written by Keely Newcomb in recognition of her husband’s sacrifice and work as an Entergy Texas lineman for Lineworker Appreciation Day on July 10. Jeffrey Newcomb is a lineman first class and has 20 years of experience in the industry.
It was near quitting time March 15 at the Entergy Arkansas Service Center in Mountain View when Eric Mitchell and Ethan McClung got a call alerting them that the wood pellet factory just down the hill was on fire. They jumped into action.
How are linemen at a power company and linemen on a football team alike? They’re both responsible for powering through the lines – one to electrify the grid and the other to electrify the gridiron.