Meet new staff at Superior Town Hall

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  If you haven’t been in to the Superior Town Hall in awhile you may not have met some of the new staff working for the Town of Superior.

  Elizabeth Eminowicz recently joined the Town Hall staff as the front desk receptionist.  She is likely who you will  interact with when you call town hall or stop in to pay your sewer bill.  Elizabeth enjoys customer service jobs and has worked at the Department of Motor Vehicles and at Porters.  Elizabeth grew up in Superior and graduated from Superior High School in 2003. 

  Her favorite part of her job is working with the customers who come in and being able to represent the Town.

  In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her friends, going to the movies, and going to car shows with her dad, Mr. Eminowicz in his hot rod. 

  Karla Luedke is the Administrative Assistant at the Town of Superior.  She is responsible for Accounts Payable and Payroll along with other administrative tasks that support the administration department at Town Hall. 

  Karla lives in Kearny with her husband and commutes daily to Superior.  She was born and raised in Kearny and graduated from Ray High School.   She enjoys reading, spending time with her husband and adult children and grandchildren.  She also enjoys working on her photography skills.

  Prior to working for the Town of Superior, she worked for Caddock Electronics in Oregon.  She and her family moved to Oregon for a while and eventually returned home to Kearny.  As she says, “There’s no place like home.”

  Karla has been on staff at the Town Hall starting first as a front desk receptionist and now is the administrative assistant.  She enjoys the tasks and duties of accounts payable but truly enjoys working with the staff and residents.

 

Elizabeth Eminowicz

 

Karla Luedke 

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