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Cora Satterfield is a laundry worker with Fluor-BWXT and has worked at the PORTS Site for the past 11 years.

The Waverly resident is the mother of four boys: Colton, Chase, Donte’ and Liam. When she is not spending time with family or at work, she is usually working to help others with her “Be the Blessing” community outreach program which started last April at the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic.

“I was really just looking for a way to reach out to people who were struggling in a confusing and uncertain time,” said Cora. “We have never experienced anything like this and I felt like we needed each other more than ever.”

What started out with leaving gifts of appreciation on the porches of random people quickly turned into a community movement to help others.

“Once I heard about some people in the community that were struggling financially because of COVID, I started raising money for those needs,” said Cora. “We have helped with food and rental expenses, funeral costs, car repairs and have even helped a couple of single mothers get vehicles.”

Since its inception, Be the Blessing has raised and distributed over $25,000 and counting with an outpouring of help from the community.

What do you enjoy most about your job?

“I enjoy my co-workers and the relationships that I have formed with my organization. I also enjoy being able to get out in the field to the different buildings on my route. I really enjoy the customer service aspect of my position to be able to serve other co-workers that I would normally not have interaction with.”


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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.