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Theresa Horton is a union elected safety representative with Fluor-BWXT. She has worked on the PORTS site for 24 years, starting her career in 1996 as a chemical operator. She has held a handful of different positions on site ever since.

Teresa resides in Minford with her husband, son, mother, and two golden doodles. Theresa is a member of the Rocky Fork Primitive Baptist Church in Minford. She likes to travel and attend trainings. She has also facilitated classes for outreach programs that help people in the communities find jobs.

Being very family oriented is something Theresa has always found important in her life. Most of her immediate family has worked on this site. “My husband, Michael Horton, works for North Wind Dynamics. My mom, Sandra Riley, hired on here in the 70’s under Goodyear and was one of two female welders at that time. My dad, Ray Mitchell, worked here as an electrician. And now my son Chase Workman is here for the summer as an intern in the communications department.”

What do you enjoy most about your job and working here?

“I love the people I work with and support here at PORTS. I have worked just about everywhere on this site and that helps me relate and be a good safety representative and trainer.  The people of the workforce are the most valuable asset at this site. It is a privilege to be able to support them and to help keep them safe because that is all that really matters. Without health and safety, we would not be able to do the things we do.”

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Fluor-BWXT was formed to specifically address the Department of Energy’s (DOE) Gaseous Diffusion Plant (GDP) Decontamination and Decommissioning (D&D) Project.

The team brings strong Ohio roots through 70 years of combined project management experience, and 125 years of manufacturing operations both in and outside of the nuclear field.

Combined, our companies have employed thousands of Ohioans across the state and have generated millions of dollars in revenues for Ohio companies and small businesses.