18th Annual Mohave County Court and Probation Committee on Judicial Education and Training

More than 200 judges and employees of the Mohave County Court system attended the 18th Annual Mohave County Court and Probation Committee on Judicial Education and Training conference in Kingman. Presiding Superior Court Judge Charles Gurtler Jr. recognized 39 employees who met five, 10, 15 and 30 years of service milestones. The annual Making A Difference awards were presented: Patty Holstine, Bullhead City Municipal Court employee of the year; Shiloh Ahrns, Clerk of the Superior Court employee of the year; Gayle Auld, Kingman Cerbat Justice Court employee of the year; Tina Sweeney, Lake Havasu Consolidated Court employee of the year; Dotty Exley, Probation employee of the year; and Lori Linn, Superior Court employee of the year. The Together Employees Achieve More award was presented to the Clerk of Superior Court's Electronic Imaging Team: Kelly Andrews, Kayla Crossland, Peggy Dorris, Deborah Duncan, Dawn Garner-Woznica, Faye Mueller, Christine Murphy, Elizabeth McNally, Greg Olson, Dawn Ramos, Emily Rimel, Lacie Robbins, Madelyn Shaffer, Christina Spurlock and Ann Williams. The Supervisor of the Year award was presented to Kyle Rimel from the Superior Court's Information Technology division.