A retirement celebration for Keith Schuh will take place on Oct. 5 at noon in the Training Center.
It is $10 for refreshments. Please RSVP today if you plan to attend.
Keith Schuh knows electrical code and safety. In 1973, he did the wiring for the linear accelerator’s control room control systems. For the next 39 years, he has stayed at Fermilab working to make the laboratory as safe as possible. Schuh retires on Oct. 7.
“I really enjoyed working here,” Schuh said. “No matter where I was at the laboratory, it was always a lot of fun.”
From the Accelerator Division to CDF to Department Head of the Particle Physics Division(PPD) to ES&H, Schuh worked in a variety of positions at Fermilab. He was also involved with DOE’s Electrical Safety committee and the National Fire Protection Association, NFPA 70E Committee, for nearly 20 years. Three years ago Schuh became the quality assurance (QA) representative for PPD.
“We’re going to miss his expertise,” said Mike Lindgren, the head of PPD. “He formed and implemented PPD’s QA, and he’s done an excellent job. The procedures he created have been a real benefit to the division.”