Our employees play a vital role in our success! They are service-minded individuals who want to make a difference. Span is an equal opportunity employer.
Our mission helps drive a wonderful and amazing culture. See what a few of our employees have to say:
“Having lost my grandparents who were a huge part of my life, I love being able to help someone else’s grandparents. Our seniors deserve our care and attention, and I am the one who benefits from my time spent with them.”
Julie, Site Manager – 8 months
“For me, working at Span has been a twofold experience. First, it is a joy working with my coworkers, who being drawn to our mission, speaks volumes about who they are as people. Second, as a driver, riders taught me invaluable lessons in viewing life with a different perspective. Each day when I come to work and see others’ challenges, I am reminded of my blessings.”
Joel, Scheduler/Driver – 4 years
“I love what I do! The employees, as well as the clients are one big happy family! I not only get to meet new people daily, but my job gives me an opportunity to be a service to others and their needs. Working with clients, gives me an opportunity to make a difference. We are one!”
Jeronica, Driver – 2 months
“I love that we are able to help people in the community live independently, by providing professional, caring, and affordable transportation through amazing, dedicated drivers that treat our clients with respect and care.”
Maribel, Dispatcher – 26 years
“Working here as an employee or as a volunteer makes me feel closer to the people who live here and makes me feel like I make a difference. I love being part of this community.”
Butch, Driver/MOW Volunteer – 8 months/2 years
“I appreciate being part of an organization that does so much tangible good in the community. Even a part-time employee can make a big difference.”
Eileen, Site Manager – 5 years
In Memory of Joseph Harker
Joseph Harker started driving for Span on February 11th, 2019. Mr. Harker had only driven for Span for one year and nine months, but it felt like he’d been with the agency forever and everyone loved him. We quickly learned that he was going to fit in as a Span driver because he started showing up with Span swag that he had made. He always represented Span in a “Joseph Harker style” of professionalism. He’d come in with his Span hat and shirt, gloves, and sunglasses, and a case of special CD’s that he made and played for his passengers and they loved the special treatment. During football season, it was a Dallas Cowboy hat! Mr. Harker loved his co-workers. He’d show up with a plate of cookies or boxes of donuts and kolaches, and on many occasions, a chicken dinner from Golden Chick or KFC for lunch for anyone who walked in the breakroom.
In October of 2021, Mr. Harker’s bus had to go in for repair and unfortunately, we did not get it back before he passed. He was always asking our mechanic, Ricky, “Man, when am I going to get my bus back?” On the morning of November 29th, 2021, our hearts broke, when we got a call that our dear friend had passed away. So, in honor of the unforgettable person, Joseph Harker, bus 123 was dedicated to him for as long as it remains in service.
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