Lift com­pany lauds long serv­ing staff

Mt Buller News - - FRONT PAGE -

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.

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