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Chris Bairdhttp://www.servedaily.com
Chris is a family man with a beautiful wife and four kids. Three Girls, One Boy. He enjoys playing basketball, being outdoors, and the old normal.

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It saddens my heart that so many are sick and so many are dying. May we at this time pause and have a moment of silence for those that we have lost. They are our family members, friends

r Springville City had several longtime employees retire in 2016. The city is grateful for their many years of service and making the community a better place to live. Those who retired include:

Chris Jensen, Greens Keeper Supervisor at Hobble Creek Golf Course, 43 years.rRobert Olsen, Sanitation Truck Driver, 36.5 years.rRick Roberts, Waste Water Superintendent, 39.7 years.rDave Caron, Police Lieutenant, 36 years.rCheryl Pfeiffer, Police Department, 35.6 years.rLis Duncan, Facilities, 35.5 years.rMatt Hancock, Power Superintendent, 30 years.rSteve Braun, Hobble Creek Golf Course, 30 years.rKelly Giles, Hobble Creek Golf Course, 29 years.rAlex Roylance, Buildings and Grounds Director, 29 years.rCarole Ann Bartholomew, Police Dispatch Supervisor, 29 years.rPam Vaughn, Library Director, 11 years.

From a new library constructed with more than 1,100 patrons visiting per day to the addition of several new parks including Bartholomew Pond and a splash pad and now the construction of the new aquatic center, these retiring employees have been invaluable. They have spent many hours of their days trying to make Springville a better place and a good place to live. Last year, Springville was rated the 36th best place to live in the United States, according to Money Magazine. We commend and honor the retirees for their excellent service through the years.

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