Sheridan Game and Fish Office Manager Lori Roe was awarded the 2011 Peer Recognition Award at a Wyoming Game and Fish Department meeting held at the YMCA of the Bighorns near Buffalo on June 13.
According to a media release from the Wyoming Game and Fish, Paul Mavrakis presented the award to Roe and said, “During her career Lori has gained the respect of the hunting and fishing public as well as other office visitors and her peers. Lori provides outstanding service to the wildlife resource, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department, and to the citizens of Wyoming.”
The "Peer Recognition Award" is an annual award to recognize one individual from each of the Game and Fish Department’s eight regions whom the employees themselves deem to be worthy of special recognition. Nominees must have done outstanding work or service for their community and the department. Roe was nominated for the award by Sheridan Wildlife Investigator Scott Adell.
Roe has worked as the Game and Fish Sheridan Office Manager for almost 5 years. She grew up in Sheridan and her work experience at Sheridan Memorial Hospital, Sheridan Police Department, and in the community has provided her with a valuable background she uses to assist the public, according to the release.
Mavrakis Also said, “Lori greets customers with respect. Lori’s amazing positive attitude contributes to her rapport with her peers and the public.”