East Windsor Township Recognizes 2017 Employees of the Year
Published on Mar 09, 2018 at 12:41p.m.
Mayor Janice S. Mironov recognized 2017 East Windsor Township Employees of the Year: Susan Protonentis, Technical Assistant to the Construction Official; Anna Eaves, Administrative Assistant to the Department of Public Works and Police Detective Philip Melhorn. Mayor Mironov presented the three employees with Proclamations at a public ceremony, stating, “We are very proud of the outstanding service, excellent positive attributes and demonstrated commitment of our 2017 Employees of the Year, who are tremendous assets to the municipal government and to our entire community.”
Susan Protonentis began her career with East Windsor Township in March 2016 as a part-time assistant in the Recreation Department, and thereafter in October 2016, she was hired as the fulltime Technical Assistant to the Construction Official. Mayor Mironov’s Proclamation states, “Susan Protonentis continuously seeks to develop her knowledge, skills, and abilities in order to better serve the municipal government and residents of East Windsor, as evidenced by her successful completion of the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs Technical Assistant professional certificate program in December 2016. Susan, who stepped into a very busy and demanding Department, consistently goes above and beyond the call of duty in order to ensure that the Construction Department is running smoothly and efficiently, and ensuring the job gets done. Susan demonstrates a professional and helpful attitude, displays exceptional work ethic, and strives to provide the very best service she can. Susan always maintains an up-beat and pleasant attitude, is known for always assisting residents and contractors with an efficient and friendly demeanor, good humor, and a smile. Susan, who provides consistently dedicated service to East Windsor Township with a positive attitude and exceptional willingness to serve the public and her fellow employees, is deserving of this recognition.”
Anna Eaves began her career with East Windsor Township in September 2011 as the Administrative Assistant to the Department of Public Works and has continuously sought to develop her knowledge, skill, and abilities in order to better serve the municipal government and residents of East Windsor, as regularly evidenced by her willingness to assume responsibilities above and beyond her job description. Mayor Mironov’s Proclamation states, “Anna Eaves performs a variety of important duties for our residents, including organizing and executing Recycling Day events, aiding in planning the annual Adopt-A-Spot wrap-up event, responding to the public regarding any inquiries or requests, managing service contracts, coordinating repairs and service for Township buildings and parks, and assisting with bid specifications for capital projects. Anna is instrumental in ensuring that the Department of Public Works operates efficiently on a day-to-day basis, is highly regarded by residents for her helpful and professional attitude, and is readily available when any need arises. Anna is an invaluable resource with extensive knowledge and problem-solving abilities who is constantly relied upon by the Department of Public Works and East Windsor Township. Anna, who helps create a professional and positive work environment, has dedicated over six years of outstanding service to East Windsor Township and has truly earned this recognition.”
Police Detective Philip Melhorn began his career with the East Windsor Township Police Department on July 11, 2006 in Uniform Services, was appointed as Secondary Officer in Charge in May 2013 and Primary Officer in Charge in April 2016, and ultimately was selected to serve as a Detective in Investigative Services in January 2017. Mayor Mironov’s Proclamation states, “Detective Philip Melhorn, who is currently assigned to the Investigative Services Division, is responsible to conduct follow-up investigations on offenses committed by both adults and juveniles, and does so with great enthusiasm and dedication to his work. Detective Melhorn, is a proven asset in all situations due to his tremendous knowledge and positive attitude, and serves as a role model for younger members of the Police Department. Detective Melhorn is an outstanding employee who continuously displays professionalism and deep dedication in his position as a Detective in Investigative Services, earning him widespread respect and admiration among his colleagues and the community. Detective Phillip Melhorn always represents East Windsor Township and the Police Department in a positive and professional manner and provides outstanding service, earning him this recognition.”
Mayor Janice S. Mironov presents East Windsor Township 2017 Employee of the Year Awards. Pictured (from left to right) are: Anna Eaves, Administrative Assistant to Department of Public Works; Susan Protonentis, Technical Assistant to the Construction Official; Mayor Janice S Mironov, and Police Detective Philip Melhorn.
Mayor Janice S. Mironov (left) presents a proclamation to Susan Protonentis, Technical Assistant to the Construction Official, an East Windsor Township 2017 Employee of the Year.
Mayor Janice S. Mironov (left) presents a proclamation to Anna Eaves, Administrative Assistant to Department of Public Works, an East Windsor Township 2017 Employee of the Year.
Mayor Janice S. Mironov presents a proclamation to Police Detective Philip Melhorn, an East Windsor Township 2017 Employee of the Year.
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