Sue’s drive recognised with pride by Rotary

Sue Harrison (second from right) receives her Rotary Pride of Workmanship award from Playford mayor, Glenn Docherty and Rotary Club of Elizabeth’s Bob Day, with Bain Corston and Raelene Trickett looking on at left.
Sue Harrison (second from right) receives her Rotary Pride of Workmanship award from Playford mayor, Glenn Docherty and Rotary Club of Elizabeth’s Bob Day, with Bain Corston and Raelene Trickett looking on at left.

Two Wells bus driver, Sue Harrison, has been recognised for her commitment, dedication and pride in her work with a Rotary award recently.

Sue was presented with a Pride of Workmanship award from the Rotary Club of Elizabeth in May after being nominated by the grandmother of two students who ride the bus she drives to Gawler.

“It was a pleasure to see Sue receive this honour as she does go above and beyond her daily work duties,” nominator Raelene Trickett said.

“She is a very pleasant lady who would do anything for the children and is a really good driver.

“She takes her work very seriously.”

In her nomination, Sue was described as “…a ‘breath of fresh air’ and children appreciate her care and describe her as the ‘best’. They are always quoting her, ‘Sue says this or Sue does that’. Sue always ensures the children are present and accounted for and is quick to see a need.”

Corston Coaches owner and founder, Bain Corston, was at the presentation and spoke of Susan’s worthiness to receive the Pride of Workmanship award.

Sue said the unexpected award humbled her, saying she loved getting to know the children who ride the bus each day.

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