Regional District of Central Kootenay research analyst Randy Matheson (right) receiving his long term service award for 35 years of service

Long term service awards presented to Regional District of Central Kootenay staff

RDCK employees Randy Matheson and Al Ambrosio were recognized for 35 and 25 years of service respectively, along with other staff.

The dedication of many years of work by the Regional District of Central Kootenay staff were recognized with the presentation of long term service awards last week at the inaugural meeting.

On December 11, it was the first official act for new board chair Karen Hamling and vice-chair Lawrence Chernoff to present the awards to research analyst Randy Matheson for 35 years of service.

Al Ambrosio was awarded for his 25 years with maintenance of the Castlegar & District Community Complex. General manger of community services Joseph Chirico was recognized for 20 years of work.

Photo: Joseph Chirico (right), general manager of community services, received his award for 20 years of service from RDCK board chair Karen Hamling (centre) and vice-chair Lawrence Chernoff (left).



Randy Matheson- Research Analyst-Administration-35 years

Joseph Chirico-General Manager of Community Services-Community Services-20 years

Raymond Duncan Driver Supervisor-Environmental Services-15 years

David Oosthuizen-Manager of IT-Information Technology-10 years

Noreen Clayton-Emergency Coordinator-Emergency Services- 10 years

Randy Fediuk-Manager of Creston Recreation Complex-Community Services-5 years

Michael Morrison-Manager of Resource Recovery-Environmental Services-5 years

Amy Wilson-Environmental Technologist-Environmental Services-5 years

Uli Wolf-General Manager of Environmental Services-Environmental Services-5 years

Angela Lund-Legislative and Committee Clerk-Administration-5 years

HONOURABLE MENTIONS (unable to attend presentation)

Al Ambrosio-Castlegar & District Community Complex-Maintenance-25 years

Cam McIntosh-Castlegar & District Community Complex-Maintenance-15 years

Murray Bennett-Castlegar & District Community Complex-Maintenance-10 years

Jody Vousden-Nelson & District Community Complex-Fitness Programmer-5 years

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