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Sid Darden Named 2017 Employee of the Year

Sid Darden was named 2017 Fremont County Employee of the Year during the regular Board of County Commissioners meeting on Dec. 12.

Darden, a 30-year employee of Fremont County, works in the Department of Public Health and Environment. He received multiple nominations and won the honor in a year that saw a record number of nominees. He was cited for his dependability, efficiency, positive attitude, and attention to detail. Earlier this year, Darden stepped in as Acting Public Health Director and served for several months in that capacity.

“His skills do not end with just his office work,” one nomination for Darden read. “He also projects a warm, cheerful attitude to our clients and amongst all of our coworkers. I have seen him resolve conflicts and handle other difficult situations with remarkable patience and admirable tact. In the community he goes out of his way to help people succeed. He loves people, works hard, and always tries to lift the spirits of those around him.”

The Employee of the Year is nominated by county line staff and voted on by the eight Elected Officials. In addition to Darden, other Fremont County employees nominated by their peers are:
Danielle Adamic, Building Department
Don Alder, Department of Transportation
Jerry Alexander, Sheriff’s Office
Lysa Collins, Department of Human Services
Sid Darden, Public Health
Ken Dear, Facilities
Lisa DeLawter, DHS
Krystina DelDuca, Administration
Ken Garrett, Sheriff’s Office
Sean Garrett, Planning & Zoning
Carrie Hammel, Sheriff’s Office
Ryan Hileman, Department of Transportation
Matthew Kay, Public Health
Kate Kirst, Clerk & Recorder
Dan Moon, Department of Transportation
Alberta Newell, Clerk & Recorder
Kara Reichert, DHS
Carie Rutherford, DHS
Alexis Schechter, DHS
Roxanne Schuster, DHS
Kylie Stuard, Assessor’s Office

Congratulations to all!