Meet the Records Center Section
by Lisa Catano, Records Center Manager
As part of Utah’s Public Service Recognition Week, we want to honor the men and women of the Utah State Archives and Records Service who work to ensure the management and preservation of and access to our governmental records.
The Records Center is a secure warehouse in Clearfield currently housing 135,288 boxes for government agencies. Our team is responsible for sending files requested by the agency, keeping track of the records dispositions and accessioning boxes. I would like to introduce two records technicians here at the Records Center.
Moh Miller has been an asset to our Records Center since 2015. She is clear-sighted and knowledgeable in the tasks and operations of the Records Center. Moh is loved by our customers and those of us that have the privilege to work with her. It is my honor and privilege to recognize Moh for her amazing public service.
Allen Gugliemotto started as a volunteer with the Archives/Record Center in 2009. He lives to serve and brighten the days of all he comes in contact with. His attention to detail and excellent customer service makes it a pleasure to work with Allen.He is an integral part of the success of the Records Center. It is my pleasure to recognize Allen for his public service.
Thank Moh and Allen for your dedication and hard work in assisting our governmental agencies in the management of their records.
Join the State Archives in recognizing them along with other employees in blog posts throughout the week, both here and on our blog, Researching the Utah State Archives.