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December 18, 2014


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Honoring Years of Service
Rich Tiemeyer
Brooks
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Being recognized for 40 years of dedicated service to MoDOT by Director Nichols are: Chief Counsel Rich Tiemeyer (top photo on left), Senior Structural Designer Ed Books (middle photo on left) and Senior Executive Assistant to the Director Sharon Monroe (bottom photo on left).
Earlier this month, 68 Central Office employees were honored at a Service Awards luncheon to celebrate their careers with MoDOT. Keynote speaker Steve Miller, chairman of the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission, talked about employee’s commitment and professionalism.

“As someone working in the private sector, I had preconceived notions of how state employees worked. Thank you for changing my perceptions and showing me what long-term public service can be. I am so impressed with the commitment and professionalism at MoDOT. As both the commission chair and as a Missourian I salute your dedication and truly appreciate the loyalty you demonstrate as public servants,” said Miller.

Assistant Chief Engineer Kathy Harvey emceed the event honoring the employees, who had a combined total of 1,655 years of dedicated service to the Department. Three of those employees, Chief Counsel Rich Tiemeyer, Senior Executive Assistant to the Director Sharon Monroe and Senior Structural Designer Ed Books, celebrated 40 year careers with MoDOT.

Director Nichols also addressed the group saying, “Thank you for your service. The bottom line here is our customers, and they benefit from the work you do. I am very proud of you and thank you for the value you place on safety as part of our team.”

You can view all honoree photos on MoDOT’s flickr site – Service Awards.

All Service Award Honorees
20 Years
Kevin A Jaegers
Kevin W Wegener
Shelly Kay Lewis
Melinda K. Grace-Beasley
Terri Lynne Parker
Diane R Roegge
Leslie Ann Wieberg
Sheri J Lamberson
Todd Lee Bennett
Keith Laird Smith
Mary A Jacobs
Michael Shannon Smith
Donald R Hilt
Gina M Berhorst
Kim Elizabeth Temmen
Stanley Patrick Hoelscher
Tina Velyn Vogt
Matthew J Davis
Keith Joseph Bailey
Melinda Sue Stumpe
Nancy Lynn Abbott
Jeffrey Thomas Payne
Bryan Joseph Heckman
Larry E Scheperle JR
Jacqueline S. Rogers
John Paul Miller

20 Years Continued

Lisa Ann Vieth
Thomas R Honich
Brenda M Braun
Curtis D Evers
Michael Eugene Henderson
Steven Eugene Clark

25 Years
David A Stevenson
Kevin Joseph Raithel
Michael D Harms
Kim R Reid
Shirley Kay Bock
Randy Jane Kelley
Regina "Jeannie" R Wilson
Rickie Jones
Charlene Marie Holdt
Kevin W Mclain
Wilma J Degraffenreid
Harry Frederick Gilmore
Leslie N Fennewald
Randy R Cook
Stacy Dean Mahaney
Timothy Michael Chojnacki
Melissa Rose Lackman

25 Years Continued

Daniel J Smith

Kathleen A Shikles
Machelle Brooks Watkins
Pamela Fay Richter

30 Years
David B Nichols
Edward W Hassinger
Darryl E Grothoff
Charles R Pursley
James E Smith
Shelley J Kloeppel
Timothy Allan Jackson
Angela S. Bonnot
Renate Anna Wilkinson
Sherry K Grannemann


35 Years

Ralph M Rankin
Vernon J Hartman

40 Years
Richard L Tiemeyer
Edward F Books
Sharon M Monroe

 
A Healthy Holiday Season to You
wellness newsletterThe end of the year brings parties, friends and lots of food. Americans gain about a pound during the holiday season. It can be hard to resist all the traditional feasts and treats during the holiday.

In this month’s Coventry Wellness Newsletter, read tips to help limit weight gain and how to stay safe and healthy during the holidays. There’s even a receipt for healthy maple sweet potatoes - Coventry Wellness Newsletter.
 
EAP - It's There for You
We generally think of the holidays as a joyous, happy period, but for some of us the holidays can also be demanding and a time of financial pressure and exhaustion, which can lead to stress. Being realistic, planning ahead and seeking support can help keep you stress free.

Employee Assistance Programs (EAP) are a confidential service that employers provide to help employees manage personal difficulties. It’s a great benefit that is available to you any time 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Click here to read more about this benefit and tips to stay manage stress during the holidays - EAP

 
Central Office Happenings
Here are a few sights of the holiday season captured on camera around the Central Office and the St. Louis District Office for you to enjoy.
snowman   tree
happy   wreath
Tree   tree
tree   celebration
 
 
 
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