Town of Princeton Employees Receive Service Awards

Town Engineer Bob Kiser received a standing ovation from the audience in honor of his 30 years serving as a Princeton employee. Photo courtesy of Capt. Nicholas Sutter.
Town Engineer Bob Kiser received a standing ovation from the audience in honor of his 30 years serving as a Princeton employee. Photo courtesy of Capt. Nicholas Sutter.

 

Town officials in Princeton recognized the work anniversaries of municipal employees at the council meeting Monday night. Town Engineer Bob Kiser is celebrating his 30th year as an employee for the town (formerly Princeton Township).

5 Years
Keith Levine, Health Department
Christopher Craven, Police
Keith McCoy, Public Works
Carol Petrone, Fire
Frank Pinelli, Police
Frederick Pollard, Public Works
Matthew Wagner, Fire

10 Years
Cecilia Dye, Police
David Errickson, Corner House
Neal Snyder, Tax Assessor
Kimberly Carter, Police
Scott Hutchinson, Engineering
Courtney Navas, Police
Mark Woodrick, Public Works

15 Years
Rogelio Alvarado, Public Works
Vikki Caines, Recreation
David Hvisdock, Building
Robert McQueen, IT
Keith Wood, Public Works
Adam Basatemur, Police
Claudia Ceballos, Engineering
Stephen Dobo Jr., Public Works
Cristina Iliff, Dispatch
Kevin Kinney, Public Works
Marla Montague, Police
Gregory O’Neil, Public Works
Ernest Pirone, Public Works
Daniel Taglieri, Building
Daniel VanMater, Public Works

20 Years
Randy Carter, Health Department
Michael Cifelli, Police
Christian Knigge, Engineering
Leonor Sainz, Corner House
Sharon Papp, Police
Sandra Bell, Fire
Michael Decker, Public Works
Annette Henderson, Police
Mark Johnson, Animal Control
Joanne Malta, Police
Christy Peacock, Affordable Housing
Marshall Provost, Police
Delores Williams, Clerks Office

25 Years
Linda McDermott, Clerk
Christopher Quaste, Police

30 Years
Robert Kiser, Engineer

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  • We have truly been lucky or blessed to have such a terrific number of employees that continue to work hard year after year. It is easy to criticize and belittle Princeton employees but the majority of employees are terrific. The longevity of employment is clearly a sign to show how Princeton government treats employees. Thank you to all of our employees for doing and outstanding job.
    Councilman Lance Liverman

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