County Pavement Manager Tom Roach Retires

Los Alamos County Pavement Manager Tom Roach in the Pajarito Cliffs office of Transportation Manager Nancy Talley on his final day of work Thursday. Roach retired after 14 years of service to Los Alamos County. ‘I started here without fanfare and I want to leave here without fanfare,’  Roach told the Los Alamos Daily Post. Public Works Department Director Philo Shelton said that Roach will be greatly missed and that he was completely dedicated to the County – working around the clock during snow removal efforts to ensure that everyone else in the community could travel safely. ‘His depth of knowledge of our pavement initiatives, sidewalk maintenance and everything related to the road system was so vast … he definitely will be missed,’ Shelton said. During his retirement, Roach intends to spend more time with his children and travel. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com 

Los Alamos County Pavement Manager Tom Roach has retired after making his final trip down the long hallway to his office on the second floor of Building 1 in Pajarito Cliffs Thursday. Roach worked for the County for 14 years and was highly respected and well liked. He said that he wanted to leave his post quietly and without fanfare. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com

Los Alamos County Pavement Manager Tom Roach cleared out his Pajarito Cliffs office and retired Thursday after 14 years of service to the community. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com

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