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Donna Bobik is February’s Employee of the Month

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EDISON, NJ - Donna Bobik is February’s Employee of the Month. She started in the Edison Tax Office as an internship student and was hired back into the tax office just after she graduated high school.

In June of this year, Bobik will celebrate 30 years of service to the Township of Edison. She also worked in the Division of Police and returned to the Tax Office, where she remains today. Bobik has dedicated her time, not only to learn and apply her knowledge to work , but also to find ways to perform her work duties better and more efficiently.

Considered a team player and an innovative thinker, Bobik is highly regarded by her co-workers, peers and supervisory staff. She is known for always going the extra mile to assist residents in a competent, responsive and cordial manner. Bobik remembers special occasions of her township friends and is always willing to celebrate with a good gesture, a kind word and a smile.

Congratulations Donna!!

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