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If the format of any material/content on this website interferes with your ability to access information please contact:
Lillian Stringer
Director of Public Relations
(813) 341-9101 extension 3520
lillian.stringer@thafl.com

Tampa Housing Authority's Employee of the Month

Photo: Luis Galo

Luis Galo

October , 2019
Main Office
Facilities
Luis Galo, Measurement and Verification Tech, has been with the Tampa Housing Authority for 32 years. He started with the company as a Maintenance Mechanic lll in 1997. in February 2008, he transferred to the Measurement & Verification Technician team, where his skill in carpentry shined through, and complemented what was already a nose-to-the-grindstone style of work. When you walk through the first floor of this Cypress Street Building, Mr. Galo’s work is all around you. When the tile was first installed, the doors were mis-aligned, and were rubbing. He cut and adjusted at least 12 doors. Some of them are double doors, and it was no small task. But they were all a perfect match when he was done, and he continues to be in high demand here at THA for repairing and installing doors. Also, near and dear to all our hearts, he very rarely misses work. For his dedication to his craft, and his commitment to his work ethic, we thank Mr. Galo and recognize him as THA’s October’s Employee of the Month.
Photo: Sue Peacoe

Sue Peacoe

October , 2019
Main Office
Assisted Housing
Sue Peacoe has been with the THA for 13 years and has worked in the housing industry for over 20 years. As Coordinator of Special Programs, she’s responsible for housing programs which assist the homeless; Homeless veterans through VASH, the disabled through Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) and the HIV/AIDS community through the HOPWA Program. Sue is solely responsible for the files, reports and records of the Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) and (HOPWA) Programs. She ensures that billing reporting for quarterly and annual programs are submitted timely and accurately to the City of Tampa. She also coordinates with case managers assigned to the PSH clients and meets regularly with community partners. Sue’s tenacity and high quality of work ensures that the Tampa Housing Authority continually performs well on audits conducted by the City for both these programs. Her Quality Control rate for 2018 was 95% and she is often on the list of those who score 100% in a given month. For her hard work and dedication to the vulnerable communities we serve, and for representing our agency so professionally, we are proud to select Sue Peacoe as our October Employee of the Month.

 

The Housing Authority of the City of Tampa provides equal opportunity to participates in our housing programs. Any disabled person, outlined by the American With Disabilities Act, requiring a reasonable accommodation to make this process accessible may request such by contacting (813) 341-9101


Where can I get more Help?

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(813) 253-0551

Public Housing Information:
(813) 341-9101

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