PO Box 206
Hustonville, KY, 40437
These are a few of the men and women that went to work in Alabama and were fatally injured never going home to their families at the end of their shift. We remember, honor and recognize these men and women for their dedication and hardwork. We would like to sincerely thank the families that shared their loved one's picture and their tragic loss with USMWF.
Dustin was killed on the job in February 2015 while working for Texoma Power Line Company in Jones, Oklahoma. He was killed while working in an extended bucket attempting to put an armor guard on the line and was electrocuted.
Federal OSHA investigated the incident and proposed a $14,000 penalty
with three serious violation. This case is still open.
Inspection: 1040868.015 - Texoma Powerline, Inc.
This photo was sent in by his mother Stephanie Galyan.
---- My son Dustin Wayne Galyan he was born 02-26-1989 he was 25 yrs old. He lived in Jones, Oklahoma. He died 02-13-2015, he was a lineman and got electrocuted on the job. Dustin leaves behind a 15 month old son, mother, father 2 sisters and 4 brothers, and tons of family and friends... He was a great guy, who loved his family, he was the type of guy that never met a stranger, he would give you the shirt off his back and never ask you for anything in return.. He is loved and missed by so many.... Thank you, for inviting us to the workers Memorial day candlelight vigil, it meant a lot to me. Dustin is also survived by an unborn daughter, who is due in August.
~ 2/26/1989 - 2/13/2015 ~
Russell was killed in September 2012 while working for Wynnewood Refining Company (CVR Energy Inc.-owned plant) in Wynnewood, Oklahoma. He was killed when a boiler exploded. Billy Guy Smith, 34 was killed in the same incident.
Federal OSHA investigated the incident and proposed a $234,500.00 penalty for eleven serious violations, five repeat violations and one other than serious violation. The case is still open.
This photo was sent in by his widow, LeeAnna Mann.
---- Lost love is still love. It takes a different form, that's all. You can't see their smile or bring them food or tousle their hair or move them around a dance floor. But when those senses weaken another heightens. Memory. Memory becomes your partner. You nurture it. You hold it. You dance with it.-Mitch Albom (sent by LeeAnn) To see more about Russell.
~ 04/04/1967 - 09/28/2012 ~