Custodian Laurie Everett named an Everyday Hero

Story by Laura Snowhite

CSU custodian Laurie Everett has been recognized as an Everyday Hero.

She’s been in her current position in Central Facilities for two and a half years. Everett’s nomination comes from Lauren Kozar of the Department of Microbiology, Immunology and Pathology.

“Laurie Everett routinely goes above and beyond to help the citizens of the Microbiology Building, while maintaining a rapport with building occupants such as the office staff and faculty,” Kozar said. “Laurie goes above and beyond on a routine basis to provide excellent and consistent customer service to the Microbiology Building. When there are limited custodial crew members for this subset of buildings (Microbiology, A/Z, Yates, etc.), the service Laurie provides remains outstanding, and the building is consistently maintained to above expected standards.”

When not at work, Everett enjoys outdoor activities like four-wheeling and horseback riding. She also enjoys country dancing. Everett plans to continue to work hard and move up to a position with more responsibility. She says being nominated is special and is honored to be recognized.

Everyday Hero is a special program sponsored by the Classified Personnel Council to recognize the day-to-day achievements of all CSU employees (state classified, administrative professionals and faculty). To nominate someone, visit the CPC website.