Following numerous retirements on the crew, the Berrien County Road Department has introduced assortment of a new Division Superintendent and promotion of a new Design Foreman.
Chris Cook dinner, Interim Director of the Berrien County Highway Section, reviews that Greg Trail has been appointed as the new BCRD Superintendent. The Superintendent situation was beforehand held by Don Geisler, who retired earlier this month right after more than 35 many years of ongoing assistance.
Path commenced his occupation with the Berrien County Highway Commission (BCRC) in December of 1997,the place he labored as a Medium Gear Operator (MEO) for approximately 10 yrs prior to getting the Development Foreman. Soon after 2 yrs as the Building Foreman, he transitioned into overseeing the Eau Claire Garage. Just prior to getting the new Superintendent, Greg Path was the Eau Claire Garage Foreman for 10 a long time. Trail is a Berrien County resident with a spouse and two sons. When he is not operating for the County he enjoys paying time outside.
Even more, just after the retirement of Milt Sluder in March of this year, Derek Renbarger transitioned from Building Foreman to Baroda Garage Foreman. Renbarger was hired in May well of 2008 as an MEO, and was promoted to Design Foreman in the Spring of 2017. Renbarger oversaw the Design Crew and wintertime maintenance evening change until eventually transitioning to Baroda Garage Foreman prior to Sluder’s retirement. Derek Renbarger enjoys expending time with his wife, 3 young children and pet dog. When he is not operating he can be observed shelling out time with spouse and children, at the ball industry or out fishing.
On top of that, Cook dinner has declared the marketing of Kurt Koenigshof from Weighty Products Operator (HEO) to Design Foreman. Koenigshof has been an HEO and component of the design crew considering the fact that December of 2015. Throughout his time at the Road Division he has been associated in many large jobs together with the bridge deck on Olive Department Highway, installing a 48-inch diameter tube on Roslin Street and repairing the washout on Purple Bud Path. In his cost-free time he enjoys attending his daughter’s softball game titles and doing the job on the household farm.
Berrien County welcomes the knowledge and working experience of all 3 as they transition into their new roles. The perseverance and perform being carried out by Highway Department employees has been integral to its current results toward road advancement and security. The Street Section also many thanks Sluder and Geisler for their several years of devoted support.