Cassady and Teague Receive Recognition from Oklahoma DOT's Division One
OKLAHOMA CITY, OK Two Oklahoma Department of Transportation (ODOT) workers were recently honored as Division One Employee of the Quarter for the first and second quarters of 2015. The award recognizes dedication and hard work and is given to employees who consistently exhibit the highest standards in job performance. Division One is headquartered in Muskogee and oversees all highway construction and maintenance in Adair, Cherokee, Haskell, McIntosh, Muskogee, Okmulgee, Sequoyah and Wagoner counties.
Tina Cassady was named Employee of the Quarter for the first quarter of the year. She is an Administrative Assistant II at the Sequoyah County Maintenance Yard in Sallisaw and has worked for ODOT for 18 years.
"Tina does a great job keeping the Sequoyah County Maintenance facility very clean and orderly. She also saved ODOT on training costs by volunteering to assist and train other Division One clerks on changes to one of our computer programs," an anonymous co-worker who nominated her said. "Tina's willingness to take on the additional responsibilities serves as an example of leadership to her fellow employees."
She and her husband Todd have three daughters and five grandchildren. She enjoys going to the lake and spending time with her family.
Ronda Teague was named Employee of the Quarter for the second quarter of the year. She has been with the agency for two years and is an Administrative Assistant II at the Cherokee County Maintenance Yard in Tahlequah.
"Ronda researches safety topics and talks to the crew about them. She keeps the office clean and the warehouse stocked with safety items needed. She is always willing to help in any way she can and is a positive role model," an anonymous co-worker who nominated her said. "She is very respected by her peers and is very dependable."
She and her husband Rob have three sons and she enjoys rodeos and spending time with family.