MARY ELLEN GREENLY OF THE
COURT OF CHANCERY NAMED JUDICIAL
BRANCH EMPLOYEE OF THE YEAR
Chief Justice Myron T. Steele has announced that Mary Ellen Greenly, from the Court of Chancery has been named Judicial Branch Employee of the Year for 2010. Mary Ellen, who serves as the judicial secretary to Chancellor William B. Chandler II, has served in the Judicial Branch since 1973 when she was first hired as a judicial secretary. Mary Ellen was selected for her consistent dedication, extraordinary energy, efficiency and initiative. She has always demonstrated a willingness to take on additional responsibilities without being asked and has a wealth of knowledge about the Judicial Branch and how it operates, which she has used to constantly improve operations and save Judicial Branch resources.
Other employees who were nominated for this award and who will be honored as the Employee of the Year for their respective courts or the Administrative Office of the Courts were:
Alice M. Slaughter, Judicial Case Processor III, Superior Court; Family Court's Fiscal Services Unit, consisting of Bernadette Y. Moore, Senior Accountant; Dawn S. Whye, Accounting Specialist; Carol Willon, Senior Accountant; and Sheila M. Wright, Accounting Specialist; Vincent F. Monsen, Judicial Case Processor III, Court of Common Pleas; Ronald M. Fortin, Court Security Officer II, Justice of the Peace Court; and Sandra C. Rossi, Human Resource Specialist II, Administrative Office of the Courts.