Six TEEX employees have received the Distinguished Service Award from the Texas Engineering Extension Service (TEEX), a member of The Texas A&M University System.
The Distinguished Service Award is the agency’s highest honor and was presented during the annual staff conference on Dec. 17, in College Station. The award recognizes employees for their dedication, achievements and concern for quality.
The award winners in the Instructional Category are C.D. Rodriguez of Gonzales, an Instructor with the Engineering Utilities Public Works Training Institute, and Jonathan Rice of Converse, an instructor with Career Advancement and Applied Technology Training division.
Dan Griffiths, Director of Sponsored Contracts, and Chris Neaves, Systems Analyst with Network & Information Services, both of College Station, received the award in the Professional/Administrative Support category.
Tom Shehan of College Station, Program Manager with the National Emergency Response and Rescue Training Center, received the award in the Program/Project Management category and Tim Storey of Bryan, Senior Training Demonstration Technician with Engineering Utilities Public Works Training Institute, was chosen for the award in the Skilled Craft/Services category.
Each year, TEEX employees nominate candidates for the Distinguished Service Awards and a selection committee chooses the winners. Award recipients receive a framed certificate and a monetary award.
TEEX has served the Texas workforce for more than 80 years, through training, continuing education and technology transfer.