Established by the company in 1986, the award recognizes and honors PG&E employees whose volunteer efforts have made a significant impact in the communities where they live and work, according to a news release.
Haas, an industrial power engineer with PG&E, was chosen for his “on-going perseverance to provide permanent housing to those disabled by mental illness,” according to the release.
Mielke award winners are given a trophy and a $5,000 grant to the nonprofit organization for which they volunteer.
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