Not all heroes wear capes; some wear PPE

Journeyman, Mike Bezick, helps a customer in need

Mike Bezick’s day-to-day routine as a journeyman, doesn’t normally include helping a stranded customer. But one cold day this winter, that’s exactly what he did.

As Mike drove back to our Lehigh Service Center during a fresh snowstorm, he discovered a vehicle that slid off the roadway into a tree. Mike stopped to see how he could help.

After assessing the situation, he confirmed the driver was conscious but recognized he could not exit his vehicle. The tree was blocking the drivers’ door. Mike, concerned for his safety, immediately called 911 to report the accident. Then he stayed with the driver, keeping him calm, until the emergency responders arrived.

Our employees are always willing to offer a helping hand, whether that means volunteering in their local communities, or stopping at the scene of an accident. Mike embodies our corporate values. And we’re proud of the courage and kindness he displayed as he helped a customer in need.

11 Comments

  1. Tom rivera

    Great job mike not to many people like u my hat of to u

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    • Linda

      kudos….BIG THANK YOU!

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    • M. Powell

      Great job.May you be blessed.

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  2. JoeP

    It’s nice to hear about people doing good like Mike. But you’ll never see it on the news. Thanks Mike, you’re one of the good guys.

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  3. Pamela

    That’s the Good Samaritan in action for sure. The kind of lesson Jesus spoke about—loving your neighbor. Nice to see there are still people in this world who are willing to go out of their way and take the extra step that is needed. ?

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  4. Donna Reed

    Thanks Mike for helping a fellow traveler in life!

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  5. Sandy Everitt

    Encouraging story! Great job, Mike!

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  6. Eileen Kulp

    Glad to see that there are still some decent people who aren’t afraid to stop and help. Thank you for your kindness!!

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  7. Leon

    PPL’s corporate values for safety and customer service is always stressed from the top person to the bottom person. Mike is an example of a great employee. Good for you Mike

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  8. Debra Slaymaker-Walker

    Ty Mike for staying with the driver until emergency crews got there. Just having someone there is helpful. Also a thank you to all emt workers out there. Keep up the good work.

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  9. Bob P.

    If there were more people like Mike around, the world would be a much better place. Good stuff!

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