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Chief Administrator Shortsleeve with Operator Stephen Dolan

Chief Administrator Shortsleeve with Operator Stephen Dolan

MBTA Chief Administrator Brian Shortsleeve today was pleased to honor 17 bus operators who had perfect attendance in 2015.

Among the group of 17 is operator Stephen Dolan, who has not missed a scheduled day of work in 13 years! Dolan typically operates buses on the Routes 504 and 558.

Shortsleeve delivered commendations to the operators at the MBTA Cabot bus facility in South Boston.

“It was great to meet with our hard-working bus operators today, and recognize the first of fifty-seven drivers who had perfect attendance last year,” said MBTA Chief Administrator Brian Shortsleeve.  “These dedicated professionals demonstrate their commitment to public service on a daily basis, and we greatly appreciate everything they do to help us deliver the best bus service we can.”

The list below includes the names of the 17 operators honored today for perfect attendance.  Forty additional operators with perfect attendance in 2015 will be recognized in the coming days and weeks.

MBTA Bus Drivers Perfect Attendance 2, 2016

Administrator Shortsleeve with MBTA Operators honored for Perfect Attendance in 2015

James Gauthier, Eric Holman, Fred McAfee, Marcello Valentini, Vincent Hayes, Stephen Dolan, Anthony Johnson, Prosper Theork, Michael Tabb, Kent Deriggs, Antoinette Michel, Mitchell Frank, Sudny Pierre Louis, Tempsett Johnson, Anthony Griffin, Nathaniel Felder, and Thomas Sullivan.

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