Congratulations, Vic Doig!
Refuge Manager Andrew Gude and Deputy Manager Larry Woodward bring us some great news.
Vic Doig has been chosen as
The 2019 Refuge Systems Employee of the Year.
This honor is awarded annually by the National Wildlife Refuge Association. The selection criteria for this prestigious award include:
(1) Commitment to conservation
(2) Superior management and/or technical skills
(3) Effectiveness in dealing with outside organizations and the public, as required by the nominee's position description, to promote a cooperative relationship between the community and the refuge.
(4) Demonstrated personal dedication to:
Announcing Vic's selection, Andrew and Larry said, "Working with Vic on a daily basis, we know he is well deserving of this recognition. The entire Refuge Systems can now share in knowing what we have known all the while. Our wish is that all young employees of the Refuge System could model their careers after Vic Doig, his passion, focus, and dedication to our trusted natural resources and the Refuge System could put us on the right track again.
"Vic, this award is a well deserved honor for you. Our award is working beside you."
2/12/2020 05:30:12 pm
Congratulations Vic! Well deserved!
2/12/2020 06:02:19 pm
2/12/2020 06:14:12 pm
Frank and Ann Morgan
2/12/2020 06:58:53 pm
What a wonderful way to be recognized for a job well done! Congratulations Vic.
2/12/2020 10:06:55 pm
I could not agree more,that Vic deserves this award.
2/13/2020 08:20:46 am
Way to go Vic. Proud to be your friend.
2/13/2020 09:48:22 am
A more than just reward
2/13/2020 02:20:18 pm
2/18/2020 11:28:18 am
Congrats Vic. I don't know if cooperation with reporters counts in the criteria, but I always appreciate your help.
Toni C. Collins
9/24/2020 08:42:57 am
LONG OVERDUE AWARD! Congratulations. It has always been a pleasure working with you. Regards, Toni
10/22/2020 02:37:06 pm
Congratulations Vic. I'll try to see you on the Zoom site this evening. I very much enjoyed working with you and all of our wonderful volunteers controlling Brazilian Peppers on the islands and mainland. roger
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