VSECU Thanks Vermont State Employees for Their Dedicated Service
Gov. Peter Shumlin has proclaimed May 2-8 to be Public Service Recognition Week to thank our hard-working state employees for their dedicated service to their fellow Vermonters. Each year, state managers and supervisors recognize members of their staff who have exemplified the kind of dedication and hard work it takes to keep our state running efficiently and effectively.
Twenty-four individual state employees and nine state employee teams were honored on May 2 at a luncheon sponsored by VSECU at the Montpelier Elks Club. Kate Duffy, Commissioner of the Department of Human Resources, and Gov. Shumlin distributed the awards, while Jeb Spaulding, Secretary of Administration, read descriptions of the recipients and their outstanding work.
VSECU wishes to thank all of Vermont’s state employees for their service. For more information and a list of those honored for their outstanding service, click here.
To view photos of those honored, click here.
Photo: State employee Richard McMahon was honored for his work as a Military Maintenance Specialist and “Snow Boss” with the Department of the Military. His job was to make sure the Vermont Air National Guard runways were clear of snow, which was particularly challenging this past winter with record snowfall. McMahon was nominated for recognition by his supervisor, Chief Master Sergeant John Talcott. On hand to congratulate McMahon and Talcott were VSECU’s Dawn Newton, Branch Delivery Coordinator, and Lynette Kemp, Communications Coordinator.
Pictured (left to right) are Dawn Newton, Richard McMahon, John Talcott and Lynette Kemp.