Custodial worker for The Arc of Livingston-Wyoming one of 10 in WNY named Outstanding Performer
From a press release:
It was announced today that Kim Deming, a custodial worker at The Arc of Livingston-Wyoming (Mt. Morris), is one of 10 Western New Yorkers with disabilities -- among 58 statewide -- recognized as a 2017 William B. Joslin Outstanding Performer.
The annual people-centered awards celebrating exceptional job performance and personal growth are chosen by New York State Industries for the Disabled Inc. (NYSID) among those working on NYSID Preferred Source contracts.
Now in its 14th year, the awards program honored nine other Western New Yorkers. They are:
- Richard Warner, Allegany Arc (Wellsville), production/assembly worker;
- Duane Baker, The Arc of Steuben (Bath), custodial;
- Christopher Knapp, Lifetime Assistance Inc. (Rochester), document destruction
- Phillip Murvine, Chautauqua County Chapter NYSARC, Inc./The Resource Center (Jamestown), custodial
- Samuel Muse, Cattaraugus County Chapter NYSARC, Inc./The ReHabilitation Center (Olean), custodial
- Mark Natalzia, Southeast Works Inc. (Depew), custodial
- Justin Pack, CDS Monarch (Rochester), production/assembly
- Christopher Schwartz, Heritage Centers/Allentown Industries (Buffalo), custodial
- Tracy Williams, Wayne ARC (Newark), custodial