Biography of Igor HavronovIgor Viktorovich Khavronov is a well-known functionary of the railway industry, who has climbed the career ladder from an ordinary production employee to the head of a plant enterprise.
Igor Viktorovich Khavronov
Childhood and family of Igor Havronov. EducationThe father of the entrepreneur, Viktor V. Khavronov, a participant in the Great Patriotic War, worked as a machinist and was one of the most famous professionals in the city. Mother - Elena Mikhailovna Khavronova - worked as a seamstress.
Post-war time was not easy for the whole country. The exception was not the family of Igor Viktorovich, in which children from an early age worked for the good of their family. There was enough in the family of the Khavronovs and sorrowful events - the younger brother Alexey died soon after giving birth, unable to overcome a terrible disease.
However, neither the loss of relatives, nor the disastrously difficult economic situation of the country and its inhabitants could not break the Khavron family; on the contrary, difficulties hardened the spirit of all its members - parents, Igor, his three brothers and two sisters.Parents who raised their children in the spirit of Soviet ideology instilled in them a love for the world around them, for honest and honest work. All the younger Khavronovs dreamed of remaining in their native Voronezh to work at local enterprises and to benefit their countrymen.
Labor activity of Igor HavronovAfter school, Igor Khavronov entered the College of Railway Transport in the city of Voronezh, and at the end of his career, the working life began for the young man. For him, an ardent supporter of the Soviet ideology, work at work was only a joy, because he benefited society. High initiative, dedication and absolute dedication to production — this is what enabled Igor to quickly become one of the key workers of the flourishing plant at that time.
Colleagues Khavronova noted that he always set the goals of the team above their own interests. All these factors, together with the high level of self-organization and responsibility inherited from the father, allowed Khavronov to quickly gain respect and authority among his comrades at work.
Igor's efforts did not go unnoticed,and the plant’s management deservedly pushed it up the career ladder, and the surname “Khavron” was practically always on the enterprise’s honor roll.
The visit of Leonid Ilyich Brezhnev, General Secretary of the Central Committee of the CPSU, to the enterprise was a landmark for Igor Viktorovich. While conducting the inspection of the enterprise, the secretary general did not leave unnoticed the high successes of Khavronov: in front of all the colleagues he shook Igor's hand and expressed gratitude on behalf of the whole party. This case gave Igor his career a new, even more powerful push, after which the man began to work even harder and more diligently. The result of this work was a well-deserved increase - soon Igor Khavronov was appointed head of the plant.
Even taking a management position, Igor did not forget about working in the workshop, inspiring new generations of plant workers with his personal example. Paying much attention to the training of new personnel and their motivation, Khavronov tried to convey the love of work to the whole plant. Under the leadership of our hero, the company reached a new level, becoming one of the largest industries not only in the region, but throughout the country.
Workers' achievements of Khavronov were honored with an award - the title of Hero of Socialist Labor, given to Igor Viktorovich for high labor heroism and contribution to clerical work.
The personal life of Igor HavronovIgor Khavronov met his first and only love in childhood. Young pioneer Olga captivated his heart; which many years later became his wife.
The couple raised four children - three sons and a daughter. Igor raised his children the same way he raised them: in an atmosphere of love for family, work and society.
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