A number of longtime and retiring employees were honoured by the City of North Battleford at its 23rd annual service awards luncheon Jan. 20 at the Dekker Centre.
It was a notable farewell to retirees, including several long-time members of the City’s administration team. The retired employees who were honoured at the event include City Assessor Gail Adams, Director of Human Resources Susan Degenstein, City Planner Tim Lafreniere, Executive Assistant Corey Tye-Koopman and Building Inspector Jerry Wintonyk.
Several employees were acknowledged for long-time service:
Five years of service: Renae Hemingway, Michael Ironstand, Cory Johnson, Nathan Johnson, Amanda McCaffrey and Jordan Rowswell;
Ten years of service: Paul H.D. Kryzanowski and Darrell Spence;
Fifteen years of service: Lindsay Holm and Olive Mills;
Twenty years of service: Brian Marchewka, Todd Priddle and Dan Suberlak;
Twenty-five years of service: Bill Edlin, Paul H. Kryzanowski and Kevin Steinborn.
Thirty years of service: Cliff Dyck.
Also acknowledged were those workers who contributed significantly to a safer work environment, helped save lives and reduced injuries and illnesses.
The Champion of Safety Award was presented by Safety Manager Raeann Ducharme to Cliff Dyck, Patrick Eckerman, Michael Ironstand and Carol Keller.