ABERDEEN, Wash. - Stafford Creek Corrections Center will honor its 2012 Annual Award Winners with a Staff Appreciation Event in the facility’s Visit Room May 30th. Sheri Izat with Stafford Creek tells us awards include Supervisor of the Year Pam Iverson, Employee of the Year Bob Alekinski, Support Staff of the Year Cynthia Mitchell, and Counselor of the Year Cindy Tully.
Also awarded will be Correctional Officer of the Year William Crane, Volunteer of the Year Donald Thornburg, as well as Team of the Year Visiting (Sgt. Rick Richardson, C/O Lynn Hamilton, C/O Tim McNew, C/O Timothy Bell, C/O Hicam Lamsouguer, and Andy Burke); and Family Friendly (Dawn Taylor and Ruth Clemens).
Izatt said they will also recognize Superintendent Pat Glebe who has been awarded by Governor Christine Gregoire with the 2012 Governor's Award for Leadership in Management.
Superintendent Glebe will be officially recognized by Governor Gregoire at a luncheon on Tuesday, June 5, 2012, at the Governor’s Mansion.
Superintendent Glebe is recognized by Governor Gregoire for his achievements as Superintendent as well as his unyielding commitment to making Stafford Creek one of the most highly-regarded facilities in the state of Washington. - Sheri Izatt Public Disclosure Coordinator/Public Information Officer
This prestigious recognition reflects the devoted work that he has contributed through his years with the Department of Corrections. - Sheri Izatt Public Disclosure Coordinator/Public Information Officer
The Sustainability Team at Stafford Creek Corrections Center has received an Innovation Award from the State Department of Corrections also recognized this week from the Aberdeen prison were recipients of a Statewide Team Excellence Award for their participation in the Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM) Team, David LaFleur, Racquel Lanoue, Eric Nowobilski, and Kelly Peterson.
The DOC honored award recipients today at the state Labor and Industries headquarters in Tumwater.