Wednesday, October 2, 2019

Mesa County employees recognized for years of service

Mesa County Employee’s Association (MCEA) along with Mesa County Commissioners and leadership recognized 119 employees for their length of service during the 39th Annual Employee Recognition Luncheon on Tuesday, Oct. 1, 2019. 

Those honored included employees who have served five, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, and 35 years — together, these employees have a combined 1,475 years of service!

Congratulations to everyone who was recognized!

Here are the employees:

Mesa County employees are recognized for their five years of service.

5 years:
Adams, Daniel
Anderson, John
Blackmon, Cody
Blevins, Sabrina
Branson, Jessica
Canetti-Lara, Mercedes
Cole, Conrad
Coleman, John P
Crary, Vernon
Cutunilli, Barbara
Depriest, Brent
Esqueda, Jessica
Evans, Sarah
Fleming, John
Glenn, Diana
Goemmel, Willi
Guajardo, Jessica
Hathaway, Katie
Haynie, Janette
Herek, Melissa
Hofman, Jeffrey
Holley, George
Jack, Sheryl
Knutt, Dannie
Lagrange, Donna
Liddiard, Rose
Martinez, Steven
Maska, Kirstin
Melott, Karen
Mininger, Kevin
Moyle, James
Nees, Teresa
Nelson, Kellie
Paletta, Shawna
Patch, Courtney
Rodriguez, Erika
Sanchez, Allison
Sandell, Devrin
Schultheis, Matthew
Schwenke, David
Smith, Jessica
Smith Jr, Michael
Spiller, Sarah
Stemrich, Elisha
Strauch, Derrick
Trujillo, Juanita
Umberger, Cheryl
Vehik, Shelley
Velarde, Megan
Vigil, Maribel
Wetzel, Andrew
Wolny, Elizabeth
Wride, Aimee
Young, Taryn
Zwinck, Alexander

Mesa County employees are recognized for their 10 years of service.

10 years:
Bean, Shannon
Bowman, Linda
Brammer, Curtis
Castaneda, Annabel
Chihocky, Dolores
Folks, Karen
Grant, Stephen
Kelley-White, Camela
Key, Michael
Levine, Christopher
Rigoli, Joan
Sparkman, Melody
Suarez, Joe
Waite, David

Mesa County employees are recognized for their 15 years of service.
15 years:
Anderson, Erica
Burg, Peter
Cannon, James
Cox, Rosa
Fogg, James
Hand, Mark
Kellerby, Joseph
Morfin, Tim
Norris, Danny
Pacheco, Brian
Sartain, Brady
Savage, Jeremy
Tow, Cynthia
West, Anthony

Mesa County employees are recognized for their 20 years of service.

20 years:
Acree, Richard
Brammer, Amy
Byrne, Jeffrey
Caldwell, Jennifer
Cooley, Michelle
Cooper, Norraine
Cordova, Vincent
Hahn, Connie
Hemmer, Joseph
Hildebrand, John
Hope, Marsheila
Hughes, Bambi
Jensen, Renee
Kadel, Chris
Kean, Robert
Matteson, Melissa
Smith, Arthur
Talley, Jason
Williams, Lynne

Mesa County employees are recognized for their 25 years of service.

25 years:
Andrews, Susan
Barker, Paula
Boyles, Leilani
Coleman, John L
Escamilla, Albin
Martinez, Richard
Mccabe, Kevin
Mccormick, Julie
Myers, Holly
Noonan, Pamela
Stratton, Philip
Thomason, Betty

Mesa County Commissioners and County Administrator honor Kathy Morgan (center) for her 30 years of service. 

Deanna Gohn honors Kathy Morgan for her leadership and mentorship during her tenure.

30 years:
Morgan, Kathryn

Doug Frye honors Lisa Armour for her 35 years of service to the residents of Mesa County.

 Lisa Armour (center-right) is recognized for her 35 years of service by the Board of Mesa County Commissioners, County Administrator and Animal Services Manager.

Todd Hollenbeck honors Vicki Audino for her 35 years of service.

Vicki Audino is recognized for her 35 years of service by the Board of Mesa County Commissioners, County Administrator and Community Development Director.
Rudy Bevan honors Lincoln Crawford for his 35 years of service.

Tracey Garchar honors Shauna Wilson for her 35 years of service.

35 years:
Armour, Lisa
Audino, Victoria
Crawford, Lincoln
Wilson, Shauna


Thank you, MCEA, for hosting the 39th Annual Employee Recognition Luncheon!

MCEA — a representative body for all employees. The Mission of the MCEA is to create an environment that values, encourages and supports employee engagement and promotes a united organization by developing internal programs and events for Mesa County employees.

Here are some pictures from the event:













































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