Maintenance Manager Dave Hubbard Retiring After 31 Years

GOLF MANOR (6/28/2018) – Long-time Golf Manor maintenance manager Dave Hubbard is retiring from service with the Village after 31 years on Friday, June 29, 2018.

Mayor Greg Schwartzberg has proclaimed Friday, June 29, 2018 as “Dave Hubbard Day” in the Village of Golf Manor.

Dave’s distinguished career of service to the Village has spanned his professional life from 1987 to 2018, bringing a wealth of expertise and knowledge to his position while sharing that knowledge and training many employees for the benefit of the community during that time period. Dave’s efforts have ensured the safety of residents through maintaining safe road conditions during inclement weather and provided invaluable other services daily and in emergency situations as needed, making our community safer and a better place to live.

Mr. Hubbard will be remembered for his dedication and flexible spirit through various changes and Village administrations and has been a proven leader who transformed the maintenance department during those transitions.

Please join us in thanking Dave for his contributions to the Village of Golf Manor and in wishing him a long, happy retirement.

L to R: Joe Farthing, Dave Hubbard, Mayor Greg Schwartzberg

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