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Friday, April 19, 2024


Donna Roth was Cape May’s Employee of the Month for February

Donna Roth, center, has worked with the city for 30 years.

From the City of Cape May

CAPE MAY – To recognize the hard-working personnel of the City of Cape May, Manager Paul Dietrich continues a city-wide recognition program to honor “employees of the month” – recognized for February 2024 is Donna Roth with the Water and Sewer Department. Donna has been a wonderful asset to the City of Cape May since 1994 when she began working for the Recreation Department.

Donna worked many Cape May traditions including as a counselor for Camp Cape May and as part of the beloved Roller Skating every winter at Convention Hall. Thirty years, and many hats later, she is the Administrative Assistant for the Water and Sewer Department.

Donna is extremely organized, quick to help with any task when asked, and goes above and beyond to help residents. According to her Department Head and co-workers, her most valued asset is her customer service. She goes out of her way to assist every customer with kindness and respect. She always has a smile, wonderful personality, and is a joy to work with. Not only does she work hard for the Water and Sewer Department, but she is always willing to lend a hand to her neighbor, the Department of Public Works. Donna maintains a consistent, high-level of productivity, all while handling multiple tasks efficiently, professionally, and diligently.

Donna resides in Erma with her husband, Luke, and children, Cadence and Chase. In her spare time, she enjoys gardening, camping, and spending time with family.

The City of Cape May is lucky to have such a hard-working and dedicated employee with as much knowledge of the City as Donna Roth.

Peers can nominate each other for “Employee of the Month,” building a stronger comradery amongst the workforces. Management, Department Heads, and Supervisors are not eligible to be nominated, allowing recognition to solely focus on the hard-working City employees that make the City a success daily.

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