Lift company lauds long serving staff
BULLER Ski Lifts last week recognised long time employees of the company with certificates of appreciation and gifts.
The longest serving member of the company is Paul Romagna who has chalked up an impressive 40 years as a ski instructor
He started work on Mt Buller in 1973.
Other service awards were bestowed upon Mark Beesley for 30 years with the company, Cate Sullivan for 25 years at the ski and snowboard school, Mark Woodsford who started work on the mountain in 1976 and Mark Broderick who commenced in 1979.
WELL DONE CATE: Catherine (Cate) Sullivan was given this beautiful painting of the snow slopes in recognition of her 25 years at the ski school. PHOTOS: Mark Woodsford
WITH HUGE THANKS: Paul Romagna was congratulated on his 40 years service to Mt Buller’s BSL last week with this impressive framed photo and certificate of recognition by BSL managing director Laurie Blampied (left) and Ross Taylor.
SHARING THE MOMENT: Well known mountain identity and phtographer Mark Woodsford shares the moment with Paul Romagna and Mark Broderick following the presentations.