Happy Birthday to You !
Happy Birthday to You !
B&G’s Charity Foundation
Don’t forget, we have the foundation set up and waiting for any
contributions you wish to make. No Amount is too little or too small.
Every bit is so helpful.
I have not mentioned the Affordable Health Care Act for some time. It is known to most people as Obama Care.
It should be called the Un-affordable Health Care Act, because in 6 months, millions of Americans are going to
realize that it is not free. This is the act that was passed by Congress without being read by the Democrats in the Senate
that passed it. Louisiana Senator Landrieu is trying to run for re-election with it tied around her neck…after all , without her vote, it
would not have passed.
As you know, all of you took a pay cut on January 1st of 2013 when you started having 3% of your pay deducted to help pay for the
Un-affordable Health Care Act. That was just your first payment on the Free Health Care you thought you were going to get because
that is what the President told everyone. So right now each check is 97% of what it was last year and 3% goes straight to the
Here is how it is going to affect every American come January 1st, 2014.
Companies are allowed to deduct up to 9 ½ % of every employees’ pay to pay for the Free Health Care in the Un-
affordable Health Care Act.
So if you make $8.00 an hour…B&G is going to deduct 76 cents to pay for your health care. So your take home
pay before other taxes will drop to $7.24 an hour.
If you make $9.00 it will drop to $8.15. At $10.00 it will drop to $9.05.
I for one cannot figure out how that is free health care.
Now the President said no one will be forced to buy healthcare….and that is correct, each employee can sign a form saying they
do not want the Un-affordable Health Care. And that allows the government to fine you for not taking it. But the fine is less than
$100 if they can work up the courage to go after folks for not buying it….which is a lot less than 9 ½ % of your pay.
I will be explaining more to you about this Un-affordable Health Care law over the next few months. But I want you to start
thinking about what you are going to want to do. Because the one thing I can tell you for sure is…IT IS NOT GOING TO BE FREE
to anyone. And even if you choose not to buy it, you will still be paying the 3% of your check you are paying now to support this
horrible insurance program…that is making cost go up instead of down as we were promised when Senator Landrieu and her friends
voted for it without reading it. Gregory J. Hamer, Sr.
Carolina Wilkerson started as a shift manager at the Seabrook, TX.
store back in 1999. She went on to become the RGM of that restaurant until
2009. She is now the Area Coach for the South Houston market. Carolina
feels that the key to her success has been that she works closely with her
people. Many of them struggle with learning English but Carolina
demonstrates that through practice and repetition you will become better
every day. She lets them know that even though their English may not be
perfect they can still be an asset to the company.
It's this type of leadership and passion for seeing others succeed that has
made Carolina and inspiration to everyone in B&G.
When she's not running successful operations in Houston, Carolina
enjoys spending time with her husband Andy & going to movies. Andy, by
the way was the first employee B&G ever had over 30 years ago. They also
enjoy spending quality time with their children Alex 9 and Collin 16.
Thank you Carolina for all your years of dedication and hard
work. You prove every day that dynamite comes in small
Carolina’s Chicas & Chicos
21553 Houma-Trina Robinson, Natasha Billiot, Charles Wilson Jr., Henry Harris III, Norshell Patterson 24768 Laplace- Margueria Ceasar, Joshkeisha
Williams, Tamika Lestrick, Beau Davis, Karon Carter, Darius Gray, Brittany Harding, Brielle Hickman 2952 Mall Dr. Alexandria – Jerconohia Miner, Dominick
Fells, Arthur Lebrane, Justin Lincecum, Whitney Marks 2619 Natchitoches –Erica Jones 3532 Pineville – Devan Hebert, Michael Miller, Josh Turner, Jessica
Brodnax 26732 Houma – Delonte McLean, Brooke White, Dominique Talley 4727 Thibodaux – Donovan Wright, Pankuj Patel, Lorenzo Brown, Dontrell Ross,
Kierry West, Shala Tillman 26003 Marksville–Bailey Diaville 28509 Picayune –Joeneail Clayborne, Sue Vanmatre, Craig Brewer, Rikki Smith, Stephanie
Washington, Victoria Martin 15758 LaRose – Latonya Billiot, Travonta Caine, Miguel Julien, Keith Rainey 16865 Bastrop –Deon Givens 17489 Bayou
Vista–Charnique Morris 17611 Boutte – Leona Isaac, Derrick Sandolph, Tiffany Celestine, Lucy Young, Dontrell Diggs 22772 Broussard –Miqueria Blackburn,
Rita Williams, Sharay Arabie, Earl Dauntain, Jr. 2876 Hwy 171 Lake Charles-Kera Simmons 2999 Ruth St., Sulphur –Lorie Emmons, Tristan Collins, Jacey
Broussard, Zakery Pless, Joseph Childers, Sarah Nevills 3165 Prien Lake, Lake Charles– Dorothy Carter, Jessica Jackson, Kendrick Vital 3601 Jennings –
Brenda Jones, Marjorie Davidson 3700 Eunice –Joel Tate, Tyler Brignac, Katelyn Cormier, Mark Hooker, Mary Granger 16313 Crowley –Jessica Castillo,
Beverly Broussard 16951 Nelson Rd, Lake Charles –Taylor Earnshaw, Tammy Forbis, Joshua Viney, Taylor Young 16966 Cities Service, Sulphur –Beverly
Hickman, John Machulski Larry Tomasik, Travis George 18210 Gerstner, Lake Charles-Isaiah Tezeno, Patrice Hunter, Tiffany Williams, Anisha Gallin 26656
Chalmette –Jazmine Hudson, Tamara Mugadza, Holly Streeter, Reneter Watson 2875 Gause Blvd. Slidell II – Samantha Miranda, Joseph Roberts, Kimberly
McCloud, Donovan Tate 16664 Bogalusa- Melody Johnson, Quanesha Woods, Jimell Magee 23902 Abbeville – Roy Harris, Virginia Maze, Dennell Lewis,
Keith Thibodeaux 26276 Columbia – Jason Lorio, Kimberly Fairchild 24294 Wiggins – Katherine Todd, Georgia Ladnier, Alexander Mroz 26637 Breaux
Bridge – Trey Arceneaux, Sydnie Pourciaux, Trey Boyd, Latasha Celestine 26916 Baton Rouge –Krystal Moore, Fredrick Wilson 26773 Chef Menteur N.O.-
Kendall Robertson, Turner Taylor, Cedrica Barras, Ashley Savage 27675 Moss Bluff Brenden Thibodeaux, Paula Deal, Chelsea Jordan, Storm Thomas, Alexis
Call, David Tanner, Chablis Stewart 26772 Spanish Trail – Carl Hasney, Tyler Vaughn, Travis Scott 27665 Claiborne – Derriell Ward, Raven Hulbert, Jamar
McElwee 2434 Scarsdale Houston - Vilma Galdamez 26764 Angleton –Ryan Barton 2870 Dickinson – Ryan Pinkerton, Liza Sarmiento, Cristian Martinez,
Jessica Pedraza, Emma Lopez, Ryan Salinas, Angelica Betancourt 2886 Galveston – Jannette Mandujano, Undra Cox, Shanice Kettle, Ashley Allen 3658
Baybrook Mall Friendswood – Jose Chay 15585 Parkwood , Friendswood – Mailu Lopez, Nelson Hernandez, Brenda Springer 19740 League City –
Fidel Molina, Lucas Sontay 937012 /20544 Seabrook - Victor Barajas 25722 Baytown- Maria Gonzalez, Gerber Vasquez, Isaias Garcia, Baudilio Garcia
27539 Pearland – Aaron Wilson, Johnny Torres, Joseph Reed, Phillip Maresh, Peggy Crowson27786 Belfort Houston – Brandon Johnson, Andy Salazar,
Leticia Garza, Jameshcia Curry 27787 Channelview – John Lopez, Adrian Barraza, Andreina Garcia 27788 Spring – Maria Tellez, Nicole Cruz, Stephanie
New, Christian Best, Aysia Scott, Douglas Coleman, Maria Gonzalez 27789 Humble – Hector Guerrero 27790 Uvalde Houston – Maria Salinas 27791 FM
Rd Houston Ataur Tipu, Adoria Darby, Maria Torres 27792 Westheimer – Henry Moreno, Rashad Matthews 27793 Sugarland – Na’Sha Washington,
Allyson Folsom, Meachel Lindon 27794 Wayside Houston – Melissa Ortega 27795 Spencer Pasadena – Jesse Garza, Shaina Sanchez, Iris Mendoza,
Victoria Thornton 27796 Southmore Pasadena – Maria Mendoza 27797 West Rd. Houston – Marcel Rodriguez, Yaneth Rosales, Guadalupe Leyva, Nyesha
Hicks, Celiflora Avila 27798 Panther Creek Woodlands –Maria Gonzalez, Carmen Zavaleta, Fatima Perez 27799 College Park, Woodlands-Caleb Quinn,
Amanda Threet,Leslie White Jr., Jessica Gomez, Anna Sykes 27800 Market Place Katy – Dawn Nettles, Cesar Soto, Jose Mendoza, Lori Stephens, Maria
Perez, Olivia Belmontes, Lerenzo Nelson, Alejandra Palacios 27801 Wallisville Houston – Mario Martinez, Jose Aguilera, Joshua Duran, Ranferi Rivera,
Marisol Zamora, Gregory Villanueva, Christopher Soles 27802 FM Rd Houston – Gardelia Teran, Nerieda Ramirez, Jodi Spencer, Berta Brooks, Bobby
Guillory, Carmen Torres, Martha Decastro 27803 Same Houston Humble –Hilario Balderas, Luz Caynon, Christina Guerra, Laura Barreto, David Reyes
27804 Magnolia –Ashlee Wood, Ana Mata 27805 Spring Cypress Spring –Leonardo Rodriguez, Maria Andrade, Kelli Cruz, Karina Cordova 27806 Fry Rd
Katy – Miguel Resendiz, Maria Rodriguez, Maria Villatoro, Stephanie Arana 27807 Taylor Houston – Luis Rincon, Justin Ulate, Saul Ureti, Saul Feuntes,
Maria Martinez, Lesly Vazquez, Marin Zuniga, Michael Chavarria, Leanna Lopez, Michael Williams, Maria Cevedo 27808 FM Rd Houston – Brian Dimas,
Tiffany Bell, Anayeli Garcia 27809 Six Pines Woodlands-Jonh Williams, William Moessinger 28399 University of Houston-Juan Ochoa, Paul Sabal 2079
New Iberia –Dynesha Gilliam, Richard Nickerson, Kanesha Cole 24975 Leesville –Terrica Hill, Courtney Escoffery, Christopher Joiner, Petronia Harris
937003 Lake Charles –Ariel Whitehead, Janice Aaron, Charles Fowler 937004 Laplace – Juwan Simmons, Arahnisha Harvey, Donnie Vonnetta, Barry
Johnson 24689 Houma – Tyron Turner, Megan Matthews, Cheyanne Feet, Gabriel Aucoin, Jakhan Guillaume 937006 Lafayette – Tangie Mouton, Sandrika
Comeaux 937009/20017 Morgan City –Damien Lomack, Sharena Lightfoot, La’Rosa Robinson, Morris Garrison, Porche Riley, Sade Lemon 937013
Gonzales – Qui’Myscha Conish 937014/20511 Gray – David Washington AC’s –Jason Long, Carolina Hernandez – Office –Lindsey Youngblood, Charles
“Jay” Leblanc and a VERY HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO GREGORY J. HAMER, SR.
SAFETY IS IMPORTANT - ARE YOU A SAFETY CONSCIENCE ??
The Bunn Water dispenser heats and dispenses hot water for food preparation. The hot water dispenser produces water
temperatures of 190 degrees Fahrenheit or hotter. OUCH!!!!
Water from the Bunn Water dispenser is for FOOD PREPARATION ONLY - Red Sauce, Beans, and Rice. DO NOT USE it for
cleaning, or any other non-food preparation procedure.
Use the following tips when using Bunn Water:
ALWAYS use the approved plastic pitcher.
INSPECT pitcher for cracks.
ALWAYS wear rubber gloves or arm guards.
DON'T fill the pitcher more than 2/3 full. If you are walking with the pitcher, you need to allow room for the water
to move from side to side without spilling over onto your hands or body.
NEVER use Bunn Water to melt ice in the ice machine tray, clean the cheese pump or metal food containers, clean the
line, mop floors, etc.
NEVER leave the water unattended. If you pour the water and you are not going to use it, immediately pour it down the
drain so it is not left out where someone could get burned.
Every Bunn Water dispensing unit must have a red anti-locking spigot. If you do not have the anti-locking spigot, please contact
an HR Representative or your Area Coach and they will get you one immediately