Alabama Power Energizer Stays Busy Helping Tarrant Church Package Food for Underserved

| October 16, 2020 @ 10:00 am

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By Donna Cope

A “honey-do” list may have kept him busy for a while, but after several months of the extended pandemic, one retiree found that true satisfaction comes from helping others.

When social distancing began in March, Danny Copeland happily complied. The 65-years-young Alabama Power retiree figured COVID-19 was ample reason to stay home, making repairs and handling tasks he needed to accomplish. But it wasn’t long before Copeland was yearning for interaction with others and a change of scenery.

“The pandemic limits what you can do, and there’s only so much yardwork you can do,” said Copeland, a member of the Corporate Chapter of the Energizers, Alabama Power’s retiree service organization. He joined the Energizers after working nearly 25 years at Alabama Power, from stints in Power Delivery Construction in Western Division to the General Services Complex and Birmingham Division. Copeland retired as a Fleet Services subforeman in January 2008.

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