MARATHON, October 15, 2019 -- The Monroe County State Attorney’s Office capped off a morning of training October 14 in Marathon by honoring several staff members for their years of service.
Cece Niles was honored for 30 years (actually, 31 years, four months) and received a gold pin with a diamond inset. Carla Nye was honored for 25 years (26 years, one month) with a gold pin with an emerald inset. Pam Vildostegui received a gold pin with a ruby inset for her 20 years (21 years, 10 months).
Honored for 15 years with a gold pin with a sapphire inset were Val Winter (18 years, three months), Chris Weber (15 years, nine months) and Nicole Garcia (15 years, two days).
Receiving gold pins for 10 years of service were Reggie Paternitti (14 years, two months), Colleen Dunne (13 years, eight months), Christine Poist (12 years, five months), Julie Narwold (10 years, four months) and Gail Conolly (10-plus years).
Receiving sterling silver pins for five years of service were State Attorney Dennis Ward (five years), Nick Trovato (eight years, five months), Marisa Faraldo Tedesco (seven years, five months), Luke Bovill (six years, 11.5 months), John Hernandez (six years, 9.5 months), Alicia Esquinaldo (six years, nine months), Christina Cory (five years, nine months), Kelly Dugan (five years, nine months), Barbara Stroud (five years, nine months) and Pam Kirchner (five years, two months).