October 22 2015

Safelite in the Service Spotlight: Jim Courtney

Tom Feeney, Safelite® President and CEO

At Safelite, we look for employees who demonstrate integrity, commitment, teaming, expertise and a drive for extraordinary results. We believe these individuals help deliver an exceptional customer experience. And we believe our service men and women demonstrate these traits. That’s why our Safelite in the Service series shines a spotlight on our employees who have or are currently serving in the military. We appreciate all you do.

Today’s profile is:

Jim Courtney, Operations Manager
Pewaukee, Wis.


Years at Safelite:
15 months

Branch: U.S. Air Force

Years of Service:

Locations: Clovis, N.M.

Stationed in Clovis, N.M, Jim Courtney served in the U.S. Air Force as an Integrated Avionic Technician. Many in his family had served in our Armed Forces, laying the path for Jim to follow in their footsteps.

Jim worked on F-111D Fighter/Bombers, specifically the communication, navigation, and penetration electronics on the jets. A highly technical position, Jim learned the importance of attention to detail and to strive for excellence, overcoming all obstacles and difficulties that presented themselves.

“Defeat is not an option under any circumstance,” said Jim. “You always find a way to get the job done no matter what.”

His experience in the Air Force helped form the discipline and leadership qualities that play a large part in how Jim functions as an Operations Manager here at Safelite. Many of his day-to-day experiences draw on skills and practices acquired through his service.

The family tradition continues. Jim's son is currently serving in the U.S. Navy as a nuclear engineer on an aircraft carrier in Norfolk, Va.
Thanks to Jim and his family for serving!

Safelite is a member of the 100,000 Jobs Mission, a coalition of companies committed to hire 100,000 veterans by 2020. If you’re interested in applying your skills at Safelite, visit SafeliteCareers.com.

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