Deputy Town Clerk Krystal Eucker was named the Town of Windsor’s employee of the year and recipient of the PRIDE of Windsor award on Friday, Dec. 1.
The PRIDE of Windsor awardee is chosen annually from a pool of peer nominations for best exemplifying the town’s core values: Producing results, Responsibility, Integrity, Dedication, and Exceptional service (PRIDE).
“Krystal is an exemplary employee who continues to take initiative in finding ways to do things better and more efficiently. She goes above and beyond in her work for the Town of Windsor,” said Patti Garcia, acting town manager and town clerk.
Eucker was recognized for her outstanding performance in regards to her coordination with various boards and maintenance of the public record. Over the course of the last year, Eucker has been recognized several times for her efforts, including being named employee of the quarter for her work to find a final resting place for unclaimed remains of local community members.
Eucker has held the role of deputy town clerk for nearly three years, providing administrative support for the governing municipality, as well as liquor licensing, records management, and cemetery administration. In April 2017, Eucker became a Certified Municipal Clerk through the International Institute of Municipal Clerks.
“She has excelled in all aspects of the Clerk’s office, particularly with attaining her Certified Municipal Clerk status in less than three years — a great accomplishment,” Garcia said.
Eucker is also a member of the International Institute of Municipal Clerks, the Colorado Municipal Clerks Association, ARMA International, and the ARMA Northern Colorado Chapter.