Inteva Troy Conducts Roadside Cleanup on Earth Day

April 2017

In celebration of Earth Day, which took place on April 22, 2017, the volunteer Adopt-a-Road cleanup crew in Troy picked up trash and litter alongside Crooks Road where our headquarters is located. Inteva has adopted a mile-long stretch on the road and has committed to keeping the roadside free of litter and debris. Twice a year, a volunteer cleanup crew is assembled to support this very important community effort.

Several garbage bags were filled with trash during the cleanup. The team picked up many plastic bags, bottles, papers and more. The Adopt-a-Road cleanup effort was headed by Ed Zionkowski, Director, Global Compensation and Payroll. Before to the cleanup, the team was provided with safety training and each volunteer received gloves and a bright vest. 

In all, 19 Troy team members participated in the cleanup. Thank you to the following volunteers:

  • Adam Mather, Senior Product Development Engineer
  • Amy Carlin, Senior Financial Analyst –Financial Planning and Analyst
  • Angeline Dabish, Accountant/ Financial Analyst
  • Ann Lucas, Senior Customer Service Specialist
  • Art Pscheidl, Senior Manufacturing/ Supplier Development Engineer
  • Caitlin Helgesen, Marketing Analyst
  • Charlene Abbate, Central Finance Manager -Transactional Accounting
  • David Hines, Product Development Engineer
  • Edward Zionkowski, Director, Global Compensation and Payroll
  • Gerard Roose, Vice President, Sales & Marketing
  • Joseph Long, Executive Director, Value Engineering and Global Standardization
  • Katie Smith, Executive Administrative Assistant
  • Kerry Bledsoe, Payroll Analyst
  • Mike Waters, HR Director, North America
  • Rainer Brow, Project Engineer
  • Robert Durie, Product Development Engineer
  • Ryan Fogelberg, Sales Director
  • Sheena Jovanovski, HR Representative
  • Valerie Brubaker, Director, Global Compensation and Payroll