IT team at vet hospital recognized for service and attitude

color photo of the IT team at CSU's veterinary teaching hospital
Pictured from left to right: Mark Johlgren, Mark Ducoff, Steven Ericson and Jaclyn Janero

The IT Team at the James L. Voss Veterinary Teaching Hospital was recently recognized by the Employee Appreciation Board for its excellent service and positive attitude.

Flint Animal Cancer Center representatives said this about these staff members: “Our team at Flint Animal Cancer Center would like to find a way to recognize the IT team at the VTH. Specifically, Darci Hathaway, Mark Ducoff, Steven Ericson, Jaclyn Janero and Mark Johlgren have consistently gone above and beyond to help us in every IT way possible, through both of our remodels and onto the third as we begin the remodel of radiation oncology.

“The team is never unwilling to help, research, plan or flat-out come to the rescue,” the nomination said. “They have been overwhelmingly patient through every step of these difficult changes, including amazing flexibility with ever-changing schedules. Somehow, they find the time and the way to work things out.

“They have quietly accepted responsibility for things that weren’t their fault, without complaint,” they continued. “Throughout difficult and often stressful circumstances, they remain efficient, effective and most importantly, positive. They smile through every trial we place in front of them. Their services to our team have been invaluable. Everyone has a job to do, but it is certainly important to notice when a team does theirs as well as our IT team does. We feel incredibly lucky to have such excellent team players at our disposal.”

The team enjoyed breakfast burritos, coffee and juice at a recent reception. The event featured a drawing, and everyone got to choose a CSU item to take home.

CSU University Communications Staff