Rotary Club of Utica presents Pride of Workmanship Award to four local workers.
 
Pride of Workmanship honorees
 
From left: Joseph Sageer of MVHS, Diana Stefanovich of MVCC, Jennifer Camello of RCIL, and Todd Stokes of 50 Forward Mohawk Valley.
 
The Rotary Club of Utica honored four local workers at its 31st annual Pride of Workmanship Awards Program during a luncheon on Thursday, October 20. at the Ft. Schuyler Club in Utica.
 
The 2022 recipients of the Pride of Workmanship Awards are: 
  • Jennifer Camello, self-direction program generalist with the Resource Center for Independent Living.
  • Joseph Sageer, lead respiratory therapist with Mohawk Valley Health System.
  • Diana Stefanovich, senior custodian with Mohawk Valley Community College.
  • Todd Stokes, case manager with 50 Forward Mohawk Valley.
“We are inspired by these area employees who are nominated by their managers or co-workers,” Rotary Club President Tina Pavlot said. “They are recognized and honored for going above and beyond their normal work duties to make an impact at work and in our community.”  

Pride of Workmanship Committee Chair Roxanne Mutchler noted that the awards program comes after a request for nominations from area businesses. The committee reviews all the nominations to determine the top area employees deserving of ‘Pride of Workmanship’ Award.