MONROE COUNTY, FL – Tania Stoughton, Fleet Management Business Manager, is named Monroe County’s Employee of the First Quarter for 2023 for exceeding job expectations, noteworthy performance, and her positive impact on her co-workers and community. She started with the County in 2001 to 2004 (her husband was military) and returned to the County in 2011.
Stoughton was nominated by co-worker Generator Technician Lyle Tabb, who said her attention to detail and management of vendor contracts sets Monroe County fleet above the others. Fleet operates and manages County garages, vehicles, fuel, and generators, among other things.
“We technicians always have information on the front end, proactively, whenever there is a change or an update,” said Tabb. “She is always professional, precise, and if she doesn’t have an answer right away, she follows up quickly.”
Her department director Daryl Greenlee echoed Tabb’s sentiments, adding that she is an asset to the team. “As I have been engaged in special projects, I have assigned Tania additional duties to coordinate and expedite countless requests on my behalf,” he said. “She has helped keep all operations cohesive and flowing.”
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