Reston Association Honors Employees for Services

Reston Association is honoring several employees for reaching career milestones and recognizing others as they leave the organization.

In a release from earlier today,  RA recognized mechanic Dale Wilson for 20 years of service with the association.

Lily Melgar, a financial services supervisor, Sandy Behrs, a senior administrative assistant, and Ashleigh Soloff, the events supervisor, were also recognized for reaching 25 years of service respectively.

Several RA staff are also leaving the organization, including Dave Schumaker who has been with RA for nearly seven years as a construction supervisor.

Bret Nelson, also a construction supervisor, is leaving as well. RA described him as “one the of the most skilled craftsmen to ever work for RA’s Central Service facility.”

Claudia Thompson-Deahl, RA’s senior advisor on environmental resources, has also left the organization. She was instrumental in getting Reston to be recognized as a Tree City and an international Biophilic City.

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