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Spencer Weishahn Transfers to Norris’ Service Center In Beatrice
Spencer Weishahn transferred to the Dis- trict’s Service Center located in Beatrice on August 2, 2021. He began his career at Norris, on December 5, 2016, as an Apprentice Lineman at the Dis- trict’s Service Center located in Centerville.
Kelsey and Spencer Weishahn
of Beatrice Public Schools and Northeast Community College in Norfolk. Spencer fulfilled his lineman internship requirement at Norris in the summer of 2014. In 2015, he received his Associate of Applied Science Degree in
the rank of Journeyman Lineman in December 2020.
Spencer and his wife, Kelsey, live in Beatrice. Kelsey is a Registered Nurse at Bryan Health.
When Spencer is not working or on call, his hobbies include golfing, going to the lake, hunting and fishing.
Please give Spencer a warm welcome as he relocates back to his home territory!
 Spencer is the son of Kevin and Nicole Weishahn of Pickrell. He is a graduate
Utility Line Technology. After years of continued coursework, on-the- job training, work experience and passing exams, Spencer achieved
Present and Past Norris Linemen Escort The Wall That Heals
 Norris employees were honored to watch their coworker, Randy Theas- meyer, Foreman, United States Marine Corps Veteran and Army Reserve Vet- eran, and retired Norris Journeyman Lineman and Vietnam War Veteran, Mike Comer, as they escorted The Wall That Heals. Randy and Mike both vol- unteered, served and deployed for our Great Nation, and are members of the American Legion Riders in Beatrice. They are both retired veterans, true patriots and legionnaires.
The Wall That Heals and numerous American Legion Rider escorts, traveled past Norris’ General Office in Beatrice on their way to the American
Legion Post 163 in Marysville, Kansas on August 24, 2021.
The Wall That Heals includes a three- quarter scale replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial along with a mobile Education Center. The traveling exhibit honors more than three million Americans who served in the U.S. Armed Forces in the Vietnam War. The wall bears the names of the 58,281 men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice in Vietnam.
Since its dedication, The Wall That Heals has been displayed at nearly 700 communities throughout the nation, spreading the Memorial’s healing legacy to millions. Bringing The Wall
Mike Comer and Randy Theasmeyer
That Heals home to communities throughout our country, allows the souls enshrined on the memorial to exist once more among family and friends in the peace and comfort of familiar surroundings.
  Thank you, Randy and Mike, for your courage, patriotism and years of service supporting and defending our Great Nation. Your devotion to our country and continued support of service members is admirable. As patriots, veterans and Legion Riders, you continue to serve unselfishly and Norris is honored to call both of you one of our own.

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