Five employees recently received Rotary’s Pride of Workmanship Awards. They are: Physician Assistant Alex Carangelo with Central NY Brain & Spine Neurosurgery, Registered Nurse Laurie Depot with Mohawk Valley Health System, Utica Deputy Police Chief Ed Noonan, CABVI Manager Kimberly Scerbo, and Catholic Charities Facilities Manager Jim Smith.
Pride of Workmanship Award Winners
  Ed Noonan, Utica Police Department; Joe Magliocca, accepting for Alex Carangelo of Central NY Brain & Spine Neurosurgery; Laurie Depot, Mohawk Valley Health System; Jim Smith, Catholic Charities, and Kimberly Scerbo. CABVI.
The Rotary Club of Utica recently held the 29th Annual Pride of Workmanship Awards program. The event was a combination luncheon at the Delta Hotel (Utica) and virtual celebration via Zoom.
‘The Rotary Club of Utica is proud to recognize these individuals for their quality service to their employers and the community,” noted committee Chair Roxanne Mutchler.  “They truly exemplify the awards motto: ‘Do it once, do it well. Build a Better America’.”
The top five awardees were chosen from a large field of nominations and represented a cross-section of the local work force, including professionals in the medical field, police work and non-profits. The winners were chosen in recognition of their pursuit of excellence in their work practices plus demonstrating an outstanding attitude and dedication to their jobs.
The award winners are:
-- Alex Carangelo, PA, Central New York Brain & Spine Neurosurgery;
-- Laurie Depot, RN, Mohawk Valley Health System;
-- Ed Noonan, deputy chief, Utica Police Department;
-- Kimberly Scerbo, manager of Children's Services at Central Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired;
-- Jim Smith, facilities manager for Catholic Charities of Oneida/Madison County.