You might know Anthony Wiatowski as one of our talented, field technicians whose day to day includes visiting customers to get them connected or troubleshoot issues.
You might also know him as Silo’s founder, Andreas’ eldest son.
“Silo was a very big part of my life growing up,” Anthony said, “I worked on and off for a few summers when I was a teenager. Sometimes my dad would need help at the sites, and I would be his extra set of hands when he was installing equipment on grain elevators, towers and silos.”
Anthony was recently living up North working as a correctional officer when he decided to move home.
His goal was to find a job in his field closer to home, but when Andreas said that Silo was in need of technicians Anthony jumped on board.
Six months later, congratulations are in order for Anthony, as he met his goal!
He was hired as a correctional officer at a nearby facility and will be starting in May. We will be sad to see him go but are happy that he will be doing what he loves!
As for personal goals, Anthony recently purchased a home and is focused on completing renovations and getting moved in.
“The upstairs just needs new floors and paint, but the basement needs to be ripped apart,” he said.
Even in his free time, Anthony is working hard. Outside of his home renovations, Anthony is focused on his physical fitness.
“I enjoy going to the gym, long-distance running and doing weighted hikes,” he said.
But he does take a load off once in a while to play video games with his brother, Avery.