Sanitation Service Authority gives Tribute to one of their Pillars: “Toby” Browne

Mr Cleaverston ‘Toby’ Browne was employed with the Sanitation Service Authority (SSA) for 38 years until his retirement in 2009. He pursued many courses and was promoted to the position of Area Superintendent and also acted as Deputy Manager Operations on occasion. During his tenure he mentored many supervisors and had a very cordial relationship with management and employees. By respecting the staff and treating them as people first, the workers from all departments in turn, respected him.

Mr Browne was instrumental in developing a well organized and functioning system for the clean-up of routes carried out by the SSA during the yearly National Crop Over Festival.

{FILE IMAGE - Vaucluse: January 2009} Toby (seated in his then new recliner) was respectful, honest and reliable. Kindness was also one of his attributes. Employees recall his ready smile and easy going nature.

{FILE IMAGEVaucluse: January 2009} Toby (seated in his then new recliner) was respectful, honest and reliable. Kindness was also one of his attributes. Employees recall his ready smile and easy going nature.

Although kind and easy-going, Mr Browne was very serious about his work and did not mix business with pleasure. Upon his return from training overseas he remarked ‘having visited England and seeing other people operate at such a professional level, my attitude and approach to my job has changed tremendously’.

Mr Browne will be remembered for his work ethic, knowledge and commitment to the Authority.

The SSA expresses condolences and heartfelt sympathy to his wife, family and friends.

Toby will be greatly missed. May he rest in peace.

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