Hello, I want let you know what has been going on in the life of ServiceMaster by Stratos since we haven’t been able to see so many of you during these social-distancing times. Our service partners are truly on the front lines of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic. I know I speak for everyone on the management team when I say that I am thankful for their hard work. It’s a blessing that even as the world seems to be on shifting sand, our team members continue caring for each other and Stratos customers with such a sweet spirit. Below are a few thoughts from our team members who are going to battle against COVID-19 every day.

Take care and remember to wash.

Stacy McCall
President and CEO, ServiceMaster by Stratos

“I feel honored and proud to be on the frontlines. I feel like a superhero knowing that I’m making a difference and helping people with what’s going on today in this pandemic.”

  • John, Henry Turley Properties

“We do our best every day to make sure everyone is safe.”

  • Debra, Lucie E. Campbell Elementary

“I think people appreciate us more because they see how important that we are for them as far as keeping things clean and sanitized. Everywhere I go now I hear, ‘Thank you for your service.’ It’s an eye-opener for everyone. It’s not just cleaning. They see how much of a job we are doing now.”

  • Charlotte, FedExForum

“I miss their lovely smiles on their faces when they see me, the hugs and when they tell me, ‘Ms. Mary, we need toilet paper and paper towels in the restroom.’ I felt like I was being of service to them and that’s what my job is – to serve the children and the teachers.”

  • Mary, Shelby County Schools

“Be safe. Keep your distance. Wear your gloves and masks. If you’re sick, don’t come to work. When you cough, cough into your elbow.”

  • Shirley, Bolton High School

“It has taught me that we cannot take life for granted. As you can see during these troubling times, we can be gone in an instant – here today, gone tomorrow. I’ve grown a lot. Professionally, it’s taught me to do your job thoroughly every day.”

  • Homer, Bolton High School

“I miss their happiness. I miss their smiles when they come in in the morning time. I miss their presence. We’re in here now making sure things are safe for the kids whenever they return back to school.”

  • Senike, Lucie E. Campbell Elementary

“A lot of the kids I know personally by their name or by their faces. I miss the camaraderie that goes on in here. Most of all, I miss their faces and being able to serve them. I’m looking forward to showing them that I love them when they walk back through the door.”

  • Sherrion, Keystone Elementary

“I’ve learned a lot of things on the job that I’ve started doing at home. I go home and I take what I’ve learned here and I do those things at home to protect me and my family. I tell my grandkids to wear their masks and wash their hands all the time.”

  • Pamela, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital

“We’re making sure the buildings stay clean and sanitized for all the students, teachers, staff members and guests.”

  • Patricia, Lucie E. Campbell Elementary

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