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The City of Grand Forks Honors Several Employees Who Have Marked Employment Anniversaries, Retirements, or Recently Been Hired.

Brent Olmstead celebrates 5 years with the Public Works Department. Olmstead is originally from Grand Forks, and is a graduate of Central High. He is an equipment operator with the sanitation division. Kailee Dvorak has also worked for the city f...

Brent Olmstead celebrates 5 years with the Public Works

Department. Olmstead is originally from Grand Forks, and

is a graduate of Central High. He is an equipment

operator with the sanitation division.

Kailee Dvorak has also worked for the city for the past 5

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years. She is a Public Health Nurse specializing in

tobacco prevention. Originally from Alvarado, MN, Dvorak

is a graduate of the UND School of Nursing.

Roxanne Achman, an Avon, MN native, also marks 5

years with the City. Achman is a Senior Planner with the

Planning Department, and graduated from St. Cloud State

University.

Dean Anderson is a Senior Water Treatment Operator

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with Public Works. He has also reached the 5 year mark

with the City of Grand Forks. Anderson is originally from

East Grand Forks and is a graduate of Senior High and

UMC.

Bob Jeffrey has worked for the City for the past 15 years.

He is currently a Fleet Maintenance Technician with Public

Works. An East Grand Forks native, Anderson graduated

from EGF Senior High.

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Dean Stone is a Bus Driver with the Cities Area Transit. A

15 year veteran, Stone is originally from Langdon, ND.

Prior to working for the City, he was a bus driver for

Dietrich, Triangle and UND.

Wayne Tunseth celebrates 25 years with the City. He is a

Lead Water Treatment Plant Operator with Public Works.

Before joining the City, Tunseth worked for the City of

Harvey. He is a Mayville native and a graduate of Mayville

State University.

Doug Moen recently retired from the Grand Forks

Assessing Department, after 36 years on the job.

Originally from Grand Forks, Moen was a Senior Real

Estate Appraiser when he retired. Upon graduating from

UND in 1976, Moen has worked full-time for the City ever

since.

Amy Johs was recently hired as a Sales Associate at the

Alerus Center. Originally from Bismarck, ND, Johs

graduated from UND in 2012.

Dan Sertich has been hired as a Firefighter with the

Grand Forks Fire Department. Prior to joining the City,

Sertich was a firefighter in Bozeman, MT. He is originally

from Duluth, MN.

Tami Lazur is a new Real Estate Appraiser with the Grand

Forks Assessing Department. A native of Grand Forks,

Lazur previously worked for Anderson Appraisal in Grand

Forks, before joining the City.

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