Memphis Goodwill honors Employees at Memphis Tiger Game

February 13, 2013

At the February 13, 2013 game, the U of M Tigers welcomed Memphis Goodwill and their salute to six outstanding employees. Memphis Goodwill has worked to change lives in our community since 1927, and many of Goodwill’s 770 employees have overcome significant barriers to employment. These are some of the best workers you will find anywhere in Memphis. During the half time ceremonies, they receive the “Goodwill Spirit Employee Awards.”

Presenting the awards were Tony Martini, president and CEO of Memphis Goodwill; Brian B. Williams chairman  of the Board of Directors and Dave Leutwyler, executive vice president of Memphis Goodwill.

These employees have shown perseverance to overcome obstacles, commitment to their work and excellence in

Pictured above: Willie Walker, senior director of commercial janitorial services, has been a major contributor to the growth and success of Memphis Goodwill’s contracts division. He has been an inspirational leader with Memphis Goodwill for 17 years.

Keith Von Allmen is an attendant at the Park Place Bookstore, and has been with Goodwill 7 years. He’s also a big Tiger fan and attends every home game.





Michelle Easley is on the housekeeping services team at the IRS Service Center, one of Goodwill’s client companies. Michelle has been with Goodwill 9 years.





Ryan Smith serves as a sales associate at the Austin Peay Goodwill store. He has worked at Goodwill 6 ½ years.





Julie Snipes is part of the janitorial services team at the Memphis Federal Building, another Memphis Goodwill client. Julie has been a team member 9 years.  





Tremayne Davis works in Salvage Operations at the Stage Road Goodwill store. He was the newest employee honored as he has been with Goodwill for almost a year.