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Apr 30

TOSV Celebrates Employee Tenure

Posted on April 30, 2013 at 3:09 PM by Kelly Vaughn

On Friday, December 7, The Town of Snowmass Village held a staff Holiday party at the Stonebridge Hotel’s Artisan Restaurant. There, Mayor Bill Boineau and Town Manager Russ Forrest recognized fourteen employees for their years of dedication and service to the community.

“It’s important that the community understands how much energy staff members put into their jobs—especially those that have been with us a number of years,” said Boineau. “They deserve to be recognized and celebrated.”

So, if you see any of these staff members around Town, tell them “congratulations” for a job well done!

5 years of service
  • Kiesha Techau – Marketing/Group Sales
  • Robert Cox – Road Department/Public Works
  • Russ Forrest – Town Manager/Admin
  • Scott Binegar – Road Department/ Public Works
  • Franz Zedlacher – Police Department
10 years of service
  • Kim Trujillo – Finance Department
  • Julie Louderback – Admin/Public Works
15 years of service
  • John Carlin – Transportation Department
20 years of service
  • Johnny Boyd – Transportation Department
  • Dave Joyner – Shop Department/ Public Works
25 years of service
  • Chip Foster – Transportation Department
  • Brian Olson – Police Department
30 years of service
  • John Baker – Road Department/Public Works
  • Art Smythe – Police Department

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