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Shirley Huber’s desk features a wide assortment of collectibles.
Among the neat rows of painted dishes and statuettes there is a Charlie Brown figurine that is hugging Snoopy, a stuffed Eeyore toy and a long line of miniature cars resembling characters from the movie, “Cars.” It’s a collection that could be spotted in just about any home and after working for Los Alamos County for 45 years it seems the office has become a home for Huber.
She now has something to add to the collection. The Los Alamos County Council recently took notice of Huber’s dedication to the county by issuing a proclamation that identified Nov. 16, 2010 as Shirley Huber Day.
Huber said, “it felt good” to receive this recognition from the council.
“I’ve known Shirley for as long as I’ve been in the county and that’s been six years,” County Administrator Tony Mortillaro said. “From the time I’ve met her … she always illuminated the traits we value here. She is customer–oriented, she always follows through on her commitments … she’s genuinely a good person and that is something I really appreciate.
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