Brian Dyet Honored as President’s Employee of the Year

Congratulations to Finance & Procurement Help Desk Senior Consultant Brian Dyet — recently announced as the winner of the 2013 President’s Employee of the Year Award.

System Staff Council (SSC) sponsored a reception on Oct 24 to recognize Brian and other nominees for the award, as well as a group of employees who had completed 5-25 years of service. SSC Chair Nancy Sicalides-Tucker introduced Assistant Vice President & University Controller Robert Kuehler, who briefly outlined the responsibilities of the FinPro Help Desk and commended Brian for his consistent outstanding service, dedication, and good humor. President Bruce Benson congratulated Brian with remarks, a plaque, and a check.

Among the highlights of Brian’s nomination and supporting letters:

“When things change (and they change all the time), Brian is typically the first to raise a question about how the change will work.” … “I continue to be tremendously impressed with Brian and the front-line work he does.” … “His connection with so many employees for so many years has established a unifying bond.”

We’re delighted to see Brian recognized in this manner. Please take a moment to congratulate him the next time you call for FinPro help.

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2 Responses to Brian Dyet Honored as President’s Employee of the Year

  1. Sally Trimble says:

    Congratulations Brian! I always appreciate your help and patience :)

  2. Melanie Evans says:

    Congratulations Brian! I appreciate your patience and clear answers to my questions. Help Desk responsibilities can be wearing (and rewarding). You’ve always been calm and thorough and very pleasant when fielding my questions. Your award is well-deserved!!

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