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Supervisor Nelson congratulating Blanca Ibarra, who was named Employee of the Year
Supervisor Nelson congratulating Blanca Ibarra, who was named Employee of the Year

OCTA Awards Employees of the Year

By Shawn Nelson, Chairman of the OC Board of Supervisors

The Orange County Transportation Authority recently announced the 2013 Employees of the Year: Harry Marshall, Binh Do and Blanca Ibarra.

Tustin resident Harry Marshall was named Coach Operator of the Year for his excellent driving record, customer safety and attention to detail. Marshall works out of OCTA’s Garden Grove bus base and has achieved 35 years of safe driving. Marshall consistently demonstrates OCTA’s performance measurements of safety, courtesy and reliability in his daily duties. In addition, he is a safety captain and a vital member of Operations Teamwork at Garden Grove. He participates in roundtable meetings sharing his experience and coaching his fellow colleagues.

Anaheim resident Binh Do was named Maintenance Employee of the Year for his work as a body mechanic at OCTA’s Santa Ana bus base. Do’s dedication to his work is evident in his 18 years of perfect attendance. He demonstrates a high level of experience and skill and can always be counted on to complete his tasks. Do has been involved in many special projects over the years, most notably preparing and painting the Bravo buses for service in 2013.

Santa Ana resident Blanca Ibarra was named Administrative Employee of the Year for excelling in her duties as the Santa Ana operations base manager. Ibarra has worked at OCTA for 40 years and currently works in the transit department. Ibarra is an exceptional employee who displays a high level of professionalism and is a valued mentor of the operations department staff.



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