Monday , 25 September 2017

WRWA Welcomes New Employees

The Wisconsin Rural Water Association welcomes two additions to our staff. George Taylor started on July 24th with the Small System Technical Assistance & Training programs to replace Jesse Hass who recently took Jesse Claflin’s Wastewater Trainer position. George has over 15 years of experience working with public water systems and will primarily be covering the northern half of the state. Also, Kay Curtin started on August 1st to replace Chris Groh who is now WRWA’s Assistant Director. Kay has many years of experience in the wastewater industry and is a former employee of WRWA. She’ll be covering the western half of the state while Jesse Hass works primarily with systems in the eastern half. WRWA is pleased to welcome George & Kay to our staff and is happy to offer their knowledge & experience to water & wastewater systems in Wisconsin.

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