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Capital Metro Statement about a Member of the Capital Metro Family

We are deeply saddened to share with you the loss of a long-time member of the Capital Metro family on Saturday, April 4. While a cause of death has not been confirmed, we were made aware earlier this week that he tested positive for COVID-19.

This employee worked in the bus maintenance area and did not interact with the public. His last day on the job was March 16.

The Capital Metro family mourns the passing of our friend and colleague and our thoughts are with his family and loved ones during this time. We ask our Central Texas community to honor our beloved colleague by staying home and using our service for essential trips only.

Note: we will not release the name of the employee. If you happen to receive this information through other channels, we ask you to please honor the wish of his family and not share with the public.

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MEDIA CONTACT:
Mariette Hummel
512-592-2171
CCR-Communications@capmetro.org

Capital Metro Statement about a Member of the Capital Metro Family

We are deeply saddened to share with you the loss of a long-time member of the Capital Metro family on Saturday, April 4. While a cause of death has not been confirmed, we were made aware earlier this week that he tested positive for COVID-19.

This employee worked in the bus maintenance area and did not interact with the public. His last day on the job was March 16.

The Capital Metro family mourns the passing of our friend and colleague and our thoughts are with his family and loved ones during this time. We ask our Central Texas community to honor our beloved colleague by staying home and using our service for essential trips only.

Note: we will not release the name of the employee. If you happen to receive this information through other channels, we ask you to please honor the wish of his family and not share with the public.

# # #

MEDIA CONTACT:
Mariette Hummel
512-592-2171
CCR-Communications@capmetro.org

Capital Metro Statement about a Member of the Capital Metro Family

We are deeply saddened to share with you the loss of a long-time member of the Capital Metro family on Saturday, April 4. While a cause of death has not been confirmed, we were made aware earlier this week that he tested positive for COVID-19.

This employee worked in the bus maintenance area and did not interact with the public. His last day on the job was March 16.

The Capital Metro family mourns the passing of our friend and colleague and our thoughts are with his family and loved ones during this time. We ask our Central Texas community to honor our beloved colleague by staying home and using our service for essential trips only.

Note: we will not release the name of the employee. If you happen to receive this information through other channels, we ask you to please honor the wish of his family and not share with the public.

# # #

MEDIA CONTACT:
Mariette Hummel
512-592-2171
CCR-Communications@capmetro.org