By Scott Bolthouse
Hub Editor In Chief
A 30 year veteran of the Huron Township Police Department was presented with the Employee of the Quarter award on July 1.
Dispatch Supervisor Terri Lindenmuth — who began her career with the Huron Department in May of 1985 — was presented with a special letter and certificate by Police Chief Everette Robbins.
“This award recognizes Huron Township Police Department employees who have provided exemplary service to the community or performed in a manner worthy of recognition,” said Robbins in the letter.
“In the second quarter of 2015, (Lindenmuth has) been assigned multiple duties, including, but not limited to, Dispatch Supervisor, Records Clerk, Property Officer, and Notary Public. I truly believe that your hard work and commitment is not fully recognized by all around you based on the selfless and quiet way that you perform your duties,” he said.
The award is presented to employees of the department after a peer nomination process and through action by the Supervisory and Leadership Team of the Huron Township Police Department.
The first ever Employee of the Quarter award was presented back in April.
“The Huron Township Police Department could not function in the smooth manner in which it does without you,” said Robbins.
“I think it is important to tell you that the positive attitude and true devotion that you have for the people in which you work with does not go unnoticed. I have yet to see you have a bad day, and for that it makes not only me, but all of us better.”