Thanking CentiMark Veterans: Marty Alexander
Name: Marty Alexander, Quality Assurance Rep - QAR
CentiMark Office: Portland, OR
Years with CentiMark: Four years
Military Service: I served for four years in the United States Coast Guard. My rank was E-3.
Where were you stationed? I was at Station Cape Disappointment, Ilwaco, Washington which is renowned for operating in some of the roughest sea conditions in the world. It’s located at the Columbia River bar - otherwise known as “The Graveyard of the Pacific” because 2,000 ships have sunk there. It’s home to the National Motor Lifeboat School. It is the only school for rough weather and surf rescue operations in the United States and is respected internationally as a center of excellence for heavy boat operations.
What made you join the military?
I wanted to work and gain life experiences.
What life lessons did you learn in the Military?
What skills did you bring from the military to your position at CentiMark?
- Strong work ethic, discipline, responsibility
What brought you to CentiMark?
I was recruited by Mike Mecham, Regional Manager.
How can we help Veterans?
Show Veterans your appreciation and help Veterans find work.
Thank You Marty Alexander for serving our country in the United States Coast Guard.