Family News & Our EAP

Summer 2021

Your EAP is here to help

We understand that most people want to keep personal problems private. People often may talk problems over with family members or a close friend. But occasionally, everyone faces a problem that seems too big, too embarrassing or too sensitive to even share with the closest people.

That’s where your EAP can help. There is no problem too big or too small that we can’t help you with — particularly if it’s a problem that you feel reluctant to share with someone else. You can always turn to us.

When you call, you connect immediately with an experienced counselor. And because your EAP is confidential, neither your employer, your colleagues nor your family will know you called.

Your EAP is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, even on holidays. Simply log in on the EAP website or call (800) 252-4555.

Family News

Oh Baby…

Trevor and Heather Touchton are expecting a baby boy in November.
Ross and Taylor Wood are due with a baby boy Sept. 27


Austin Long proposed to his girlfriend, Allee, in June. She said yes!

Class Dismissed…

Mike McWaters’ daughter Sydney graduated cum laude from Florida Southern College May 15 and is now employed with BlueTriton Brands.


Mike McWaters’ daughter Sarah is studying at Florence University of the Arts in Florence, Italy, this summer.

Fun in the Sun…

Annette Bonds enjoyed a visit to Wild Adventures with her grandson, Fletcher.
Cathy Erixton spent quality time this summer teaching her grandson, Dawson, how to fish.
Ashley Johnson and her family spent a vacation at Manasota Beach.
Maria Suarez and her family took a trip to Chattanooga, Tennessee, and visited Ruby Falls.
Joe Barclay enjoyed sharing time with granddaughter Ridley during her first beach vacation this summer.
In June, Clent Flowers and his family took a trip to The Grove Resort & Water Park in Orlando. They enjoyed the park, dining, arcade and mini golf.

From Our Retirees

A check-in from Vicky Talmadge

“I have really enjoyed adjusting to my new retirement life. Since retiring in February, I have spent a week at Amelia Island with my family celebrating my niece’s college graduation and five days in Savannah for her graduation and helping her move. I also took my annual two-week vacationatNewSmyrnaBeach. I’m hoping to get one more beach trip in at Melbourne before the end of the year to visit my son. I have two big trips planned out of the country in 2022.”