Rose Marie “Rosie” Green, Administrative Aide for the Solid Waste Division retired January 10, 2020, having dedicated 30 years of faithful and loyal service to the citizens of Calvert County and the State of Maryland.
Rosie’s admirable career began September 6, 1989, as a part-time Clerk Typist for the Fire-Rescue-EMS Division. She transferred to full-time with Recycling on August 26, 1991, and with additional responsibilities, the position was reclassified to Secretary I on July 10, 1994. Distinguishing herself among her peers, she was promoted to Office Specialist II with Solid Waste on July 10, 1995, then to Administrative Aide on July 1, 2002, which included a move to the Water & Sewerage Division from 2004 to 2006. Rosie returned to the Solid Waste Division where she finished her career.
Throughout her tenure with Calvert County Government, she gained tremendous respect, trust, and admiration from Calvert County citizens and fellow constituents who had the pleasure to work with her.
Her service has been demonstrated with a spirit of pride and commitment throughout her exemplary career with the Department of Public Works. In that same spirit, Rosie served her country in the U.S. Army at the 42″Transportation Battalion as a Typist from December 1974 to December 1976.
The Calvert Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) presented a proclamation as a tribute to Rosie’s outstanding accomplishments during her distinguished career; thereby, recognizing this amazing woman who strives to improve the quality of life for all Calvert County citizens. As a result of her hard work and determination, Rosie was the Employee of the Month for August 1992.
The Calvert Board of County Commissioners proclaimed that the appreciation of all Calvert County citizens is hereby extended to Mrs. Rose-Marie Green on her Retirement after 30 years of reliable and commendable public service. It was further proclaimed by the BOCC that they along with the community and Rosie’s fellow co-workers, family, and friends conveyed best wishes for a long, healthy, and happy retirement with continued success in all her future endeavors.
Margit Miller / Calvert Beacon