Massey Services earns leadership and workplace awards


June 27, 2019

Headshot: Tony Massey

Tony Massey

Tony Massey, the president of Massey Services, received the Father of the Year Award from the American Diabetes Association and Father’s Day Council. The recognition is bestowed on Orlando, Fla.’s most successful businessmen for balancing their work and family lives and serving as good role models for their children and the community.

Massey was honored on June 25 at the Loews Portofino Bay Hotel at Universal Orlando Resort alongside two other honorees. Honorees were selected by the Father’s Day Council, which is composed of volunteer community leaders.

“I am honored to be recognized as a Father of the Year. For me personally, it has been extremely rewarding to watch our sons grow into young adults and see all they have accomplished,” says Massey. “I am proud to accept this tribute and support the American Diabetes Association with their mission of improving lives of people with diabetes.”

Massey has four sons – Sean, Colin, Bryan and Aidan – and has been married to his wife Jann for 25 years. Other honorees for the 2019 Orlando Father of the Year include Dr. Kevin Accola, cardiovascular and thoracic surgeon at Advent Health, and Ed Haddock, CEO of Full Sail University.

The Orlando Business Journal also named Massey Services one of Central Florida’s Best Places to Work. This marks the ninth time the company has received this honor.

“We are honored to be recognized as one of the Best Places to Work in Central Florida,” says Harvey Massey, chairman and CEO and PMP Hall of Famer (Class of 2008). “I’m very proud of all our team members and thank them for their dedication and commitment to providing quality service.”

Massey Services garnered the accolade under the giant business category. Placement on the Best Places to Work list is the result of an anonymous online survey completed by Massey Services team members. The survey includes questions regarding company culture, benefits, training, teamwork, personal development, performance and open-ended questions for additional feedback.


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