Springville Se­nior Cen­ter re­tires two em­ploy­ees

Serve Daily - - LIBERTY SHALL BE MAINTAINED - By Kjirstin Young­berg

The Springville Se­nior Cit­i­zens Cen­ter was sad to say good­bye to two of it’s hard­est work­ing em­ploy­ees this month.

Karl Mon­ney worked for Springville City from 1974 to 1994, when he re­tired. in 1995, he be­gan to drive a friend to the Se­nior Cen­ter in Springville. It soon turned into work­ing in the kitchen. Karl has been loyal there, de­vot­ing 19 years of ser­vice. Karl was given a lovely handtied quilt made by Vir­ginia VanPatten, an em­ployee of the Cen­ter. Karl served in the Army in Korea.

Sa­muel Banz came to vol­un­teer at the SSCC in April of 1997. At that time, he was em­ployed as a greeter for Wal-Mart and also worked as a Cross­ing Guard for the Nebo School District. Sam has been faith­ful and at­ten­tive to the older mem­bers of the com­mu­nity over the past 17 years. He has also col­lected bak­ery items from Honey Grains Bak­ery and Hill’s Bak­ery at Reams. This has been a great ser­vice to the com­mu­nity. Sam served in the Army in WWll and was in the fa­mous Bat­tle of the Bulge.

The SSC Cen­ter hon­ored the men with a lunch and a choco­late dip party with lots of good things to cover with choco­late, in­clud­ing pret­zels, marsh­mal­lows and cin­na­mon bears.

Karl Mon­ney (19 years of ser­vice) , Jenifer Banz (Sam’s wife) and Sam Banz (17 years of ser­vice) cel­e­brate their re­tire­ment at the Springville Se­nior Cit­i­zen Cen­ter.

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