A day in the life of Mechanic Lead Mary Jo Randle

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Mary Jo Randle, Antelope Valley mechanic lead, assists employees when they have questions regarding plant maintenance.

According to her mom, Mary Jo Randle has the “gift of gab.”

A chat with Randle is easy, and it only takes a few minutes to feel like you’ve known her for years.

That’s not always been the case. Before attending North Dakota State College of Science more than 35 years ago, she was extremely shy. It wasn’t until Randle pursued a career in welding that she discovered her true voice, one that would become incredibly valuable to Basin Electric.

Today, Randle serves as mechanic lead at the cooperative’s Antelope Valley Station in Beulah, ND. She’s the main person employees go to when they have questions regarding plant maintenance.

“I was extremely happy to start my journey at Basin Electric. It’s a great company to work for. I couldn’t have asked for anything better coming right out of college.”

Read the full story, “A day in the life of … Mechanic Lead Mary Jo Randle,” in the May-June 2016 issue of Basin Today.

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