MPWD Recognizes Anderson and Malczon for Years of Service

BELMONT, CA (April, 2024) – At its monthly Board of Directors Meeting on February 22, the Mid-Peninsula Water District took the opportunity to honor Michael Anderson and Misty Malczon for their dedicated service to the District and its customers.

“The MPWD’s focus on its customers begins with its employees. It is exceptional for an organization to have the benefit of not just one, but two employees that have served for so long with the District. We are grateful for Michael and Misty being such important parts of our mission here at MPWD,” said Cathy Jordan, Vice-President of the Board.

Photos featuring Michael Anderson and Misty Malczon receiving certificates for their years of service to MPWD.
Pictured above, Operations Supervisor Michael Anderson (top) and Administrative Supervisor Misty Malczon (bottom) are presented certificates of recognition for their long-time, dedicated service to MPWD by (from L to R) Director Vella, Vice President Jordan, Director Wheeler, and Director Schmidt.

Michael Anderson was celebrated for his 25 years with MPWD. Joining the District in 1999, he is today the Operations Supervisor for the District and is responsible for water operations and delivery. He supervises a sizable crew of lead operators, water system operators, and maintenance technicians that ensure the delivery of safe, quality water to homes and businesses throughout the service area.

Misty Malczon joined the District in 2004, and was celebrated for her 20 years with the MPWD. Today, she is the Administrative Supervisor and head of accounts and billing. Over the years, she has been at the helm navigating significant changes to MPWD’s account management and billing platforms, as well as the changeover from manual water meter reporting to AMI. Misty manages the great responsibility of providing consistent and accurate billing, one of the key ingredients to providing quality customer service to the District.

Director Kirk Wheeler further commented, “Both Michael and Misty are fine examples of the kind of employees that MPWD is known for and it is our honor to recognize them. Together with the dawning of MPWD’s 95th year, all of us gathered here are reminded of the pride we take in the District as a whole and our stewardship to the customers.”

For more information about MPWD employee achievements and accomplishments, as well as MPWD’s 95th year of service, look for the next issue of The Waterline newsletter.