Office of the Mayor

Mayor Krewson Presents 40-year Service Pins

Sandra Mantia and Melanie Woodward recognized for their years of service to the City and the citizens of St. Louis

June 1, 2017 | 2 min reading time

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Mayor Lyda Krewson (c) presented 40-year service pins to Sandra Mantia (l) and Melanie Woodward during a brief ceremony at City Hall on Friday, May 19,2017.

Mayor Lyda Krewson recognized two longtime City employees last month during a brief ceremony in her office.  Mayor Krewson presented 40-year service pins to Sandra Mantia and Melanie Woodward.

Mantia began her career with the City in 1977 at City Hospital.  She has served in the Citizens' Service Bureau, Lambert Airport Police Department, the City Marshal's Office, and she currently serves as a Transportation Operations Specialist at the Gateway Transportation Center.

Woodward began her career with the City in 1977 as a Clerk 1 in the Assessor's Office.  She promoted up through the ranks to her current position as a Real Property Appraisal Supervisor 2 in the Assessor's Office.

Congratulations, Sandra and Melanie!

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  • Department:
    Office of the Mayor
  • Topic:
    Employees