Kansas DOT Employees Celebrate Service Anniversaries
TOPEKA, KS The Kansas Department of Transportation (KDOT) is recognizing employees celebrating state years-of-service anniversaries this month. KDOT is acknowledging them for the long-term dedication they have provided to the state of Kansas.
Those celebrating 30 years of service include: Ronnie Driskill, Equipment Operator Senior, Yates Center, Kansas; Bruce Smith, Equipment Operator Specialist, Arkansas City, Kansas; Kevin Walters, Equipment Operator Senior, Manhattan, Kansas; and Shari Westfall, Public Service Administrator III, Topeka, Kansas.
Those celebrating 20 years of service include: Richard Barezinsky, Professional Civil Engineer II, Scranton, Kansas; Russell Davenport, Equipment Operator Senior, Osage City, Kansas; Shawn Denny, Highway Maintenance Supervisor, Garnett; Walter Schurz Jr., Equipment Operator, Phillipsburg, Kansas; and Jeff Stewart, District Engineer, Norton, Kansas.
Those celebrating 10 years of service include: Jeffrey Bagley, Equipment Operator Senior, Hill City; Brett Carlson, Equipment Operator Specialist, Bison; Patrick Foster, Engineering Technician, Kansas City; Clinton Frederiksen, Equipment Operator, Independence; Michael Freeland, Engineering Technician Senior, Lawrence; Shaun Harris, Engineering Technician, Liberal; Eric Lentz, Equipment Operator, Oskaloosa; Pamela Murray-Anderson, Accountant V, Topeka; Jason Nichols, Equipment Operator Specialist, Eureka; Denise Nordyke, Administrative Specialist, Cherokee; Jon Sherwood, Equipment Operator Midpoint, Colony; Debbie Tanking, Road Design Leader, Topeka; and James Thomas, Equipment Operator Specialist, Rossville.